Fun in paradise
Last time we heard about Team Ninja's Dead or Alive series, was when the developer was queried about the possibility of the sixth entry coming to the Nintendo Switch at this year's E3. It was explained how technical hurdles would need to be overcome before a release was even considered. Now, in somewhat of a surprise announcement at...
Better than nothing?
During an E3 segment with IGN showcasing Dead or Alive 6, the team behind the long-time fighting game series was queried about the possibility of the latest entry coming to the Nintendo Switch. Shedding some light on the matter, it was explained technical hurdles would need to be overcome “in the coming days” before the...
Working on an action game
In a recent interview with Official Nintendo Magazine, developer Team Ninja said that it is considering developing more games for the Wii U after Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge is released in Europe this month. When asked about what was next on the team's agenda, Yosuke Hayashi - director behind the upcoming action/adventure...
But with great power, comes great responsibility
Nintendo has had plenty of third party support for the Wii U with a whole host of games being released alongside its first party titles in the coming months. One such developer is Team Ninja - who will be releasing Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge on January 11th - and in a recent interview its studio...
Miiverse could be a "virtual amusement park"
Team Ninja may be the masters of action-intensive games and a rather questionable perspective when it come to in-game character models for women, but it's also a studio becoming increasingly relevant to Nintendo gamers. After all, it was chosen to deliver Metroid: Other M, successfully dividing the...
Metroid: Other M divided fans of Samus Aran, but Team Ninja wouldn't mind giving the series another go — if Nintendo is up for it, too. At Gamescom, VG247 asked Team Ninja studio head Yosuke Hayashi about the possibility of a sequel. Hayashi expressed an interest in working with the Kyoto company again in the future, in particular...
New features in the shadows
Last week we heard from Street Fighter IV producer Yoshinori Ono, who stated that the Wii U is more capable than what we saw at E3. Ono said he couldn't reveal more due to fear of Nintendo assassins, by which he may be referring to previous Nintendo collaborators Team Ninja. In an interview with Nintendo Gamer magazine,...
That video of Samus Aran appearing in Dead or Alive: Dimensions? Awesome, and more than enough to kickstart the rumours of the intergalactic bounty hunter being able to kick ninja rump as a playable character. That rumour, awesome though it may be, is totally false. Team Ninja's Yosuke Hayashi explained to Eurogamer that the Nintendo...
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