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Ninja Gaiden 3 Comes with Move Support

Posted on Wednesday, August 17 @ 16:36:01 Eastern by

It doesn't take a ninja to know that you won't be able to slice and dice your enemies just by waving your arms at them. What... you want to make them laugh until they die? If you're going to slash and dash and smoke bomb, you've got to have weapons at the ready.

PS3 gamers looking to join Ryu Hayabusa in his fight against the hordes of... whatever it is he fights, will have the opportunity to do so with the PlayStation Move in hand. Team Ninja and Tecmo Koei announced that Move support will be joining the PS3 version of Ninja Gaiden 3. Team Ninja Lead Yosuke Hayashi said:

We are really excited to announce this fantastic news at one of Europe's most prestigious game events that is Gamescom. Ninja Gaiden 3 is all about slicing and chopping through flesh and bone and PlayStation Move brings players even closer to the game's protagonist Ryu Hayabusa. The game will be compatible with all Move peripherals and it will feature full compatibility with this exciting new hardware.

Ryu Hayabusa + PlayStation Move + Ninja Nick Tan = Danger. Watch out everyone.
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