A Honk Kong listing have apparently leaked a Ninja Gaiden Trilogy for the PS4 and Switch.
The beloved hack and slash game that is now almost forgotten might be making a comeback. As a Honk Kong distributor, Game Source Entertainment has listed a Ninja Gaiden Trilogy, coming soon. Furthermore the according to them, it is coming out on PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch. Hence an Xbox and PC release is not known yet.
The collection will contain Ninja Gaiden Sigma, Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2, and Ninja Gaiden: Razor’s Edge.
No official details from Koei Tecmo are known yet, but if the listing is to be trusted the compilation will be arriving on March 2021 with a price of $39.99.
A lot of leaks and rumors this year have turned out to be true; hence there is no reason to take this lightly. It has been a long time since we got to play the adventures of Ryu Hayabusa, with his grizzly and lightning-fast combos and skills.
Ninja Gaiden first released in 1988 as an arcade game and later ported to multiple consoles. The game was an action sidescroller, known for its difficulty.
With the last game with retro elements released in 1995, the series was revived as an action-adventure, hack-and-slash. Released on the Xbox in 2004 as Ninja Gaiden and again in 2005 as Ninja Gaiden Black. The titles gained widespread acclaim, especially because of its fast gameplay and difficulty. The series went on to release more favorites over the years, especially in the PS3 and WiiU. With the last mainline hit game being released in 2012, the series went under.ground Especially after a lackluster title in 2014 called Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z.