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Review: Ninjala

Despite any faults it might have, one thing I cannot say about Ninjala is that it lacks passion. This game has more heart than a Time Lord, and it's easy to see how much affection went into creating it. You see it in the character...

 
 
 
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GungHo CEO is down for a Ninjala and Splatoon crossover

Ninjala just launched on the Switch eShop, and the CEO of GungHo online is already looking ahead. Speaking to Eurogamer, CEO Kazuki Morishita says the game was born out of the idea of kids hitting each other with sticks outside (chanba...

 
 
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Let's watch the New Game+ Expo stream together

With no E3 this year, the gaming community has had to make do with a hodgepodge of different streams, surprise reveals, and sudden announcements that have kept the writing staff of Destructoid on its toes. Some shows have been worth the wai...

 
 
 
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Connection errors didn't gum up Ninjala's second open beta

The first open beta for GungHo Online's Ninjala didn't go particularly well. A flood of connection issues kept most players from giving it a go. Its second beta, open to players around the world for several hours on Sunday, went a lot ...

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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GungHo's ninja gum action game Ninjala pushed to 2020

GungHo has delayed Ninjala – a bubblegum-blowing, bat-swinging, kid-ninja multiplayer action game for Nintendo Switch – until spring 2020. That's one year later than previously planned. The extra production time will go toward c...

 
 
 
 
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Let it Die is getting a new lease on life with a PC port

I may have bounced off Let it Die when the going got tough, but I do love the game's skateboarding grim reaper Uncle Death and hope he sticks around. In a short but sweet announcement picked up by GameSpot, GungHo Online Entertainment annou...

 
 
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Ninjala is cute in concept but it's certainly no Splatoon

I love it when developers can succinctly describe their game and capture its tone in an original way. Ninjala, a newly-announced Nintendo Switch title from GungHo Online Entertainment, belongs to the "ninja gum action" genre. Trust me, it m...

 
 
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Killer7 won't stay dead because of Let It Die

It's an improbable comeback but also a thematically-appropriate one. Two video games that directly reference death in their titles have combined to give some sort of new life to the elder one. As a celebration of Grasshopper Manufacture's 2...

 
 
 
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Let it Die and World of Tanks seems like a weird combo

As Grasshopper Manufacture's PS4-exclusive free-to-play Let it Die nears its one-year anniversary, it's turning to collaborations as its primary form of advertising. The game is popular, no doubt, as it cleared three million downloads ...

 
 
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Major Let it Die update planned for later this month

GungHo Online CEO Kazuki Morishita recently confirmed to Destructoid that Let it Die would be receiving a "huge update" at the end of June. Although the specifics are still being determined, the update is currently set to add ten floor...

 
 
 
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Let it Die passes three million downloads

Let it Die is continuing to hang in there, and even though I peaced out a while ago, it's pleasing to hear that it's resonating. As of May 15, 2017, the latest figure for the free-to-play hack-and-slash survival game is a cool three million...

 
 
 
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Let it Die hits two million downloads

GungHo Online has announced that worldwide, Let It Die has hit the two million download mark. Given the massive installbase of the PS4 and the fact that it's free helped, but that's still an impressive number for a niche game with a ki...

 
 
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Let it Die has passed a million downloads

Let it Die is one of those games I want to see continue doing what it's doing. Aside from Twitter clips and occasional forum mentions, I haven't seen all that much conversation surrounding Grasshopper Manufacture's hack-and-slash survival t...

 
 




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