Ninja Gaiden next on the chopping block

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User Info: Sephivengeance9

4 years ago#11
SumTinWong posted...
Dersu_Uzala posted...
For being ruined by a bottom-tier American studio who has no business being allowed anywhere near the series.

Ninja Gaiden Z: Yaiba has Spark Unlimited as its developer, who are also working on Lost Planet 3 right now. Their only previous credits are a Call of Duty port, an awful fantasy FPS called Legendary, and an even more awful WWII FPS called Turning Point. Yep, they sound perfectly qualified to design a technical, challenging hack-n-slash.

At the very least, it's a side game and not a reboot, so there's no way it'll overwrite the main series.

ummm ninja theory is based in Cambridge, England. ;-)

... That explains SO much.
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User Info: Voltes_V

4 years ago#12
NG was in the chopping block after Vanilla 3.
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User Info: Rising_shadow

4 years ago#13
Hell no, NG3RE is much better than DmC.

Despite the fact that they cheapened up most enemies in RE and still have offscreen stun attacks spam along with now super guarding enemies, this is true. Loving that you can transfer skills and karma from the demo to the final game by the way, wish more games did that. Getting a bonus for playing the demo and being dedicated, more companies need to do that.
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