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Shinobido 2: Tales of the Ninja (working title) finds the region of Utakata in the grip of a vicious civil war.  Players will step into the shoes of Zen, betrayed by his companions and left homeless.  Saved by the Asuka Ninja clan, Zen chooses to live the life of a ninja and sets out to find those who wronged him, stopping at nothing to unleash the full impact of his silent and deadly revenge. Zen will use his honed ninja craft to take down enemies with Assassination a unique skill that lets players silently dispose the opposition with satisfying kills.  Using the unique touch screen and panel, players will be able to mimic ninja actions such as throwing shurikens and targeting grapple points.
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