Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection pages appeared on Steam, and the collection itself received a combat trailer
The unveiled video, lasting just over two and a half minutes, is dedicated to one of the main advantages of the Ninja Gaiden games – non-stop (judging by the video) action.
For the allotted timekeeping, the main character of Ninja Gaiden Ryu Hayabusa manages to demonstrate numerous techniques, types of weapons, and skills that players have to master to destroy enemies successfully.
Shortly after the trailer’s presentation, Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection received three pages at once on Steam – one for each game in the collection: Ninja Gaiden Sigma, Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2, and Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge.
As previously reported, the PC version of Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection will remain without mouse and keyboard support (you will have to play with a gamepad), as well as the ability to customize the graphics.
All three of these projects will receive a slightly toned visual component in Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection and released additional modes and alternative costumes. It will not do without cut content.
Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection will sell June 10 this year for PC (Steam), PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. Why the collection will not be released on the next-generation consoles, the developers told in a recent interview with GamingBolt.