Tecmo recently updated the Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 cast's wardrobe, offering style savvy ninja masters new, sometimes inappropriate attire for Ryu, Momiji, Rachel and Ayane. If you didn't download the pack, here's a revealing look at what you've been missing.
Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 gets a little bit dressier next week, when a new costume pack goes up for sale on the PlayStation Network.
Hey, Tecmo and Koei merged. And now their games are merging. Hooray!
Tecmo is bringing motion controlled jubblie juggling to Ninja Gaiden Σ 2. We've seen what men look like playing with the special feature.
Some men like boobs, some don't. Ninja Gaiden Σ 2 has bouncing boobs in the game. This is probably what said men look like watching breasts go up-and-down up-and-down.
Team Ninja's not necessarily known for their restraint, as new Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 screen shots helpfully illustrate. There's a heavy emphasis on co-op action, should you be able to decipher what's happening on screen here.
The PlayStation 3's motion sensing Sixaxis controller features don't get much attention these days, but Tecmo is about to change that, as Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 reportedly uses the technology for boob jiggling. Ever the innovator!
.html One might think that having tits as big as your head would be a hindrance in pursuing the ninja arts, an assumption proven wrong by Ninja Gaiden's Team Ninja, who loves giant boobs. So why not promote 'em?
Here's five minutes or so worth of the co-op gameplay PS3 owners will see when Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 launches this September.
.html The PlayStation 3 version of Ninja Gaiden II, now with extra Sigma, will feature more than just a playable Ryu Hayabusa. You'll also play as the anatomically impressive Rachel, a trashier looking Ayane, and the expectedly stacked Momiji.
Ninja Gaiden publisher Tecmo and Dynasty Warriors factory Koei were officially merged in April. But today, the two Japanese powerhouses spawned a European subsidiary. So we though we'd celebrate the good news with screen shots of Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2.
I didn't like Ninja Gaiden II much. From what I saw of Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2, though, I like it a lot better. Amazing what an extra 12 months development time can do for a game, isn't it?