You can customise your ninja, unlock special moves, commit hara kiri and engage in bloody four-way slicefests in Ninja Gaiden 3’s multiplayer mode, according to these images.
We don’t know much about Ninja Gaiden 3’s multiplayer, but it looks like Koei Tecmo is about to change that, so stay tuned over the next few days. Normally, playing against real people is harder than taking on a game’s AI, but in the case of Ninja Gaiden 3 I’m guessing it might be the soft way out.
Ninja Gaiden has been confirmed for a March release on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, with a Wii U version to follow and a Vita game in February.
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