The drought of ass-kickin’ ninja sidescrollers is nearly over, people. It took almost a decade, but Sega’s finally done the right thing and announced the a brand new Shinobi game, exclusively for Nintendo 3DS. And it looks as if the House of Sonic’s learned a thing or too since 2003’s PS2 misfire. A 2D Shinobi game displayed in 3D?! Oh goodness, it feels like nine-year-old me is being tickled… Sega Geeks: Prepare to have your nostalgia rod dutifully serviced. More screenshots inside...
Shinobi 3DS, Griptonite's reboot of Sega's classic ninja platformer series, is still on track for its revised November release date. From the looks of this new gameplay trailer, Griptonite appears to have been spending the extra time watching videos of the series-defining Genesis titles on double-speed – then making sure the new game plays like that, all the time...
If you've been keeping up with the preview videos released so far for the 3DS
reboot of Sega's Shinobi, you know those 3D ninjas can move pretty damn quick.
That’s why it's considerate of Sega to issue a few snapshots of the shadow
dancer in action, frozen in time through some manner of ninja magic...
Learn how to be a ninja on the go in this new PS Vita video...
After launching the well received Prototype 2 earlier this year, bad luck has struck the developer. After mixed reports on the devs future with Activision, just what's left of the open-world developer?
With the 3DS launch a little more than a month away, it’s about time Nintendo’s US branch at last revealed what games will be available when March 27 rolls around. 16 total games are hitting retail the same time as the new handheld, but are all of them winners? Probably not...
not easy being a horse, especially a horse covering the wildlife beat here at
GamesRadar. If there’s one human being I can relate to, it’s non-horse comedian
and actor Rodney Dangerfield. We both get no respect. Every day, my slovenly
game journalist co-workers ride me hard, teasing me with press releases for
pitiful pet-centric titles targeting the tiny human girl gamer market. One day,
I will trample them all and ride off into the sunset to start my own games
studio, one that only makes hardcore games for hardcore horses. But I digress.
It seems that Electronic Arts has beat me to it, showing that the studio truly
recognizes the importance of its non-human audience. The Sims 3: Pets, the
fifth expansion for the series, puts players in charge of canines, felines, and
most importantly, horses. And it’s about damn time. If you want to read an
interview where a REAL horse asks REAL questions about EA’s latest pet friendly
expansion for The Sims 3, read on…
not easy being a horse. As proud member of the equine family, I could easily
crush any of my weak human co-workers beneath my powerful hooves. But despite
my superior strength, I am listed below no less than eleven slovenly non-horse
GamesRadar editors on the site’s staff page. Does that seem right to you?
But I digress…
Skylanders Giants dislodges Dishonored from Number 2, but can’t shift mighty football...
Activision has announced that Skylanders: Spyro's Adventure will feature a cross-platform game file system, which will let gamers load their game save on any and every platform they have access to. Their action figure's profile data will be stored via a cloud-based server, downloadable to any platform the game runs on. It may not be the cross-platform multiplayer gaming announcement our excitable minds immediately took 'cross-platform gaming' to mean, but it's still a very intriguing prospect with a ton of potential.