SEGA has confirmed the release dates of Shinobi 3DS and CRUSH3D, with the sidescrolling ninja revival arriving November 12 and the perspective-bending puzzler dropping in on February 21.
Shinobi is looking quite promising. I've been a fan of the original titles for most of my life, and I'm looking forward to trying out an old school 3DS follow-up. CRUSH3D is a videogame. Yeah, can't say I know too much about that one, sorry.
It has been nearly 10 years since we were last put into the sandals of an Oboro Clan shinobi, the last game of which was well received despite (or perhaps because of) its high difficulty. Though it brought the series into the...more
Here's a behind-the-scenes look at Sega's approach to balancing Shinobi 3DS. They wanted to keep it rooted, but they also wanted to bring it up to date for a new audience. In the above video you'll hear Sega Producer St...more
Shinobi's 3DS outing will have Streetpass functionality that brings extra challenge gameplay to the table. It's all detailed in the above trailer, which helpfully spells it all our for us. Good going, SEGA!
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A new bunch of Shinobi screenshots have dripped down from Gamescom and now we're posting them on the Internet, along with about 35,000 other blogs. Our images look better though, because of Destructoid Graphix.
Don't believe the filthy lies! Rumors of Sonic Generations and a new Shinobi coming to the 3DS are totally unsubstantiated... oh? They're on the cover of Nintendo Power? Well... alrighty then.
The upcoming issue puts rest to ...more
The two new 3DS StreetPass games came out yesterday. I downloaded them last night but didn't get a chance to play either until this morning. Wanting to start out with the lighthearted fishing game Ultimate Angler before takin...more
It doesn’t seem too long ago that Nintendo were struggling. With the slow sales of the Wii U that hit profits back in 2013 and the dwinding 3DS user base in 2014, It looked like the little (pfffft) company that could un...more
This week, the Nintendo 64 rides again with Donkey Kong 64 on the Wii U eShop. It's an incredibly bizarre, flawed, and all-around awesome experience that must be seen to be believed. Oh, and Tilelicious: Delicious Tiles ...more