It's looking like the Nintendo DS version of Ninja Gaiden is coming along with Ubisoft sending us through a few new screens
of the game. Ninja Gaiden: Dragon Sword
takes full advantage of the DS and its touch screen with all
Ryu's moves performed through drawing symbols using the handheld's stylus. You can also post your high scores online to see how you rank overall on the game's leaderboards.
You can check out even more information regarding the series' first foray into portability on our Ninja Gaiden: Dragon Sword game page