Find out courtesy of Koei Tecmo, If Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection is worth a buy? Join me as I break down the game’s story, graphics, sound, fun factor and overall experience in this video review.
About NINJA GAIDEN: Master Collection
The NINJA GAIDEN: Master Collection brings the renowned action games to PC and consoles, allowing fans to once-again experience the tale of “super ninja” Ryu Hayabusa as he battles deadly fiends causing chaos around the world. NINJA GAIDEN Sigma, originally released in 2007, set the standard of high-speed action for the series – introducing dual-wielding weapons, and a Mission Mode alongside its gripping Story Mode. NINJA GAIDEN Sigma 2, originally released in 2009, continued Hayabusa’s journey alongside characters Ayane, Rachel, and Momiji, with four difficulty levels testing player’s battle techniques with every heart-stopping fight. The latest entry, NINJA GAIDEN 3: Razor’s Edge, originally released in 2012, upped the challenge with powerful new enemies and fiercely violent depictions, as well as bringing Kasumi into the action, making it the series’ most alluring white-knuckle experience to date.
Developed by Team NINJA and published by KOEI TECMO America, NINJA GAIDEN: Master Collection will launch on June 9 on Windows PC via steam, and in North America on June 10 on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 (playable on PlayStation 5 via Backward Compatibility), the Xbox One consoles (playable on Xbox Series X|S via Backward Compatibility), and Windows PC via Steam. The title will be available for purchase with standard and deluxe digital versions available for a MSRP of $39.99 and $49.99 respectively. The title has been rated “M for Mature” by the ESRB.