A video showing of the London stage of the game has been revealed, and also shows Ryu’s take on the Regent of the Mask.
Sure, it’s in Japanese and most of us won’t be able to understand the captions, but ninja-styled action is a language itself – and I’m quite sure many recognize its linguistics.
Ninja Gaiden 3 will be available on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on March 20 in the North America and March 23 in Europe. A Wii U version will follow shortly.
And oh, there is a new easy mode for those who have had trouble with the ever-so-notorious difficulty of the series.