The iconic video game ninja returns.
Ryu Hayabusa has been around since 1988 but if you asked the average gamer who this ninja is, sadly they probably wouldn’t know. Although his hack and slash series Ninja Gaiden has maintained a loyal fanbase over the years, it was Team Ninja’s notoriously difficult 2004 Xbox revival that truly put Ryu back in the spotlight.
This brings us to the Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection – containing three ports from the same period. It includes the PlayStation releases – Ninja Gaiden Sigma (2007) and Sigma 2 (2009), along with Ninja Gaiden 3 Razor’s Edge (2012). Each entry is now capable of running at 60 FPS in 4K and most of the extra modes and DLC are included in these enhanced versions. Unfortunately, online multiplayer didn’t make the cut.
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