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Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 features SIXAXIS-controlled breasts

Sep 03 // Jim Sterling    @JimSterling

This is the breast story I've written today. Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 is coming soon to the PlayStation 3 on September 29, and if you needed any convincing that it'll be a good action title, allow me to jog your mammary so you don't look like a tit in future. NGS2 will feature SIXAXIS-controlled boobs. That's right, a jiggle of the PS3 controller will translate into a jiggle of the character's bosom. Just when you thought Tecmo couldn't get any filthier.

For once, this is the kind of motion control I can get behind, and I feel that it more than makes up for the reduced amount of gore that Sigma 2 will be enjoying when compared to the Xbox 360 original. Simply put, the 360 version did not have interactive jiggling nipplebombs, ergo it loses. Just check out the above image, supplied by Kombo, for proof that technology really does make a difference.

This is seriously the greatest thing to have ever happened in the videogame industry. INNOVATION!

[Thanks, Andreas]


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