Fresh New Promo Video for Ninja Gaiden Σ2+ on PS Vita

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Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2+

Tecmo Koei has a nice new promotional video for the upcoming Ninja Gaiden Σ2+ to share with hack and slash fans eager to take Ryu Hayabusa for a spin on their Playstation Vitas. Why wait to sate the bloodlust of Ninja Gaiden enthusiasts? Check out the trailer right here:

Ninja Gaiden Σ2+ is a port of the Playstation 3 version of Ninja Gaiden Σ2, which itself was a port of Ninja Gaiden 2 for the Xbox 360. Enough ports? I say no! With only Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge on Wii U, I say KoeiTecmo should get to work on pushing ports of the first two onto Nintendo’s new console. Then, after all that, port all of them BACK to the 360 or Durango. Let’s just keep the party going as long as we can.

For people looking to either give the new edition a go on the Vita, or those that like to own every single version of a game under the sun, Ninja Gaiden Σ2+ releases on February 26th in North America, February 28th in Japan, and March 1st in Europe.

And Ninja Gaiden fans who can’t wait can pre-order Ninja Gaiden Σ2+ from Amazon today.



About Randy Thompson

[Former Staff] Just a normal nerd who loves his computer, video games, anime, manga, and the like. I love to draw and graduated from the Art Institutes for animation so I could bring my drawings to life.

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