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NINJA GAIDEN 3 to Have PlayStation Move Compatibility | PS3Blog.net


Today at Gamescom Team NINJA and Tecmo Koei announced that NINJA GAIDEN 3 will have full PlayStation Move compatibility.

This will be the first time the popular NINJA GAIDEN series hosts motion control and it will give players a new visceral edge when battling and slicing through their enemy’s flesh and bone.

“We are really excited to announce this fantastic news at one of Europe’s most prestigious game events that is Gamescom”, stated the leader of Team NINJA Yosuke Hayashi. “NINJA GAIDEN 3 is all about slicing and chopping through flesh and bone and PlayStation Move bring players even closer to the game’s protagonist Ryu Hayabusa. The game will be compatible with all Move peripherals and it will feature full compatibility with this exciting new hardware.”

NINJA GAIDEN 3 will be available in early 2012.

Source: Press Release

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  1. this could be cool or irrelevant…

  2. hahahahahahah wtf the game is hard to begin with. lmao. anybody who has played any ninja gaiden on master knows this is impossible

  3. Jason: hahahahahahah wtf the game is hard to begin with. lmao. anybody who has played any ninja gaiden on master knows this is impossible  

    I am like WTH? I barely could manage to pass a few levels on the easiest mode! Hardest game ever … another point of view, how awesome would it be to play ninja with the Move pretending to wave your Katana and chopping heads off?

  4. Cheeto:
    I am like WTH? I barely could manage to pass a few levels on the easiest mode! Hardest game ever … another point of view, how awesome would it be to play ninja with the Move pretending to wave your Katana and chopping heads off?  

    you would be cursing and throwing the motion controller after 1 minute

  5. Jason:
    you would be cursing and throwing the motion controller after 1 minute  

    Hahahaha yup that would be the case indeed

  6. Ninja Gaiden is hard enough on normal difficulty without motion controls. It sounds cool to think you are swinging a katana around, not sure that it will make the game any easier

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