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"The sequel to the greatest ninja game ever made comes to the PS3" – PlayStation® The Official Magazine, May 2009

Torrance, Calif., March 18th, 2009 — The most intense, challenging, action-packed ninja adventure is back, exclusively on the PLAYSTATION®3 computer entertainment system!

The latest installment in the critically acclaimed series, NINJA GAIDEN® SIGMA 2, is scheduled to ship this fall in North America and Japan, followed by Europe. Details on the product will be unveiled on March 24.

Developed by Tecmo's own Team NINJA, the NINJA GAIDEN series follows the adventures of super ninja Ryu Hayabusa throughout the world. The series has earned high praise and a loyal following amongst core fans, as well as action gamers alike. Released in July 2007, NINJA GAIDEN SIGMA was the first in the series to land on the PLAYSTATION 3 system. From playability, visual presentation to sound, the game received excellent scores all around.

"Ninja Gaiden Sigma featured one of the most infamously challenging, yet undeniably addictive, fighting mechanics ever to grace an action game."
- PlayStation The Official Magazine, May 2009

NINJA GAIDEN SIGMA 2 is gracing the cover of the May 2009 issue of PlayStation The Official Magazine, which includes an 8-page exclusive feature on the upcoming title, as well as an interview with Team NINJA's director and producer Yosuke Hayashi.

NINJA GAIDEN SIGMA 2 has not been rated by the Entertainment Software Ratings Board (ESRB). More information on the title will be available on March 24 at www.ninjagaidengame.com.
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