Famitsu 360: Ninja Blade to get worldwide release plus other titbits [Update]

By Mike, Wednesday, 28 January 2009 11:05 GMT

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According to the latest issue of Famitsu 360, From Software’s Ninja Blade is set for a worldwide release.

Something must have got lost in Gaf‘s translation however, as that means it’s out tomorrow in Europe and the US tomorrow, which it clearly isn’t.

Other snippets show that a slim 360 could be in the works, the 360 version of the Dead Rising and Lost Planet sequels will have something extra, and Sega is planning some big titles other than Bayonetta for the console this year.

Also, as Blerk points out, Famitsu 360 reckons Persona 2 developer Atlus is developing for 360.


Update: Funnily enough, the Ninja Blade PAL box art has just been released which you can check out below. Maybe a surprise is in store after all?


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