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Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus

Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus Review

If you had some aching desire for portable Ninja Gaiden, your wish is Tecmo's command.

No matter how you want to look at it, Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus is a hard sell. Being the fourth rendition of a game originally released in 2004, chances are if you have an interest in the title you already own it in its proper home console form. If by some off chance you still don't own it, the Vita version probably isn't your best choice, mainly because the excruciatingly difficult game doesn't lend itself to quick burst, portable play, especially with its infrequent save points. If that isn't enough to scare you away, the full retail price surely will.

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US Vita Launch Line-up Announced

Twenty-five titles available on day one.

This past weekend the PlayStation Vita launched in Japan and did rather well.  With the initial launch of the system now behind us, it’s time to start looking forward to the day when the rest of the world will be able to purchase Sony’s new handheld: February 22, 2012.  Sony had already announced the European launch titles during a Vita event in London a few weeks back and has only just now revealed what the US can expect on store shelves come launch day.

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Vita's Ninja Gaiden Dated in Japan

Release window may hint at North American release date.

We’ve long known that Team Ninja was bringing Ryu Hayabusa to the PlayStation Vita via a port of Ninja Gaiden Sigma, but up until now we had no idea when that was actually happening.  Now some of the mystery has been removed thanks to the latest issue of Famitsu.

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