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Post by trog @ 02:02pm 07/04/08 | 5 Comments
Ubisoft shot through a press release on the weekend announcing that Ninja Gaiden: Dragon Sword will be landing in Australia in June 2008:
NINJA GAIDEN: Dragon Sword is the latest iteration in the series and the first to be made for Nintendo DS handheld system, featuring gorgeous rendered backgrounds, a new exciting story and the traditional fast-paced action that the franchise is known for. Taking perfect advantage of the Nintendo DS with intuitive stylus gameplay, Ryu Hayabusas combat moves are mapped onto the DS touchscreen and directional buttons which allows him to run, jump, attack and cast Ninpo. Certain move combinations will enable Ryu to perform fatal special attacks such as the Izuna Drop and Cicada Slash which are some of Ryus signature moves.
Some visuals are available in the screenshots section.

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Posted 07:52pm 07/4/08
runied.....why bring it out on ds??? was a sweet game on xbox then they bring it out on that trash.... :(
Posted 08:14am 08/4/08
to the above poster:

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