Koei-Tecmo keeps on riding that Ninja Gaiden I and II gravy train with the release of Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 on the Vita -- a game that's an enhanced portable port of a release from 2009, which was a port of the Ninja Gaiden sequel from 2008. It's port-ception!
However confused you may be, the game launches today, and a new trailer has arrived to show off some of its new content, like the new Ninja Race mode.
If you're curious about the quality of the game, I'm going to start working through it for review as soon as the PlayStation Store updates later today, so stay tuned for full impressions!
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