Remember playing Ninja Gaiden for the original Xbox? Of course you do. It's the game whose mind-numbing difficulty led you to rip out nearly all the hair on your head. That sort of experience is not so easily forgotten.
Well, now we've got a new trailer to show you from the special edition PS3 re-make, Ninja Gaiden Sigma. Among other things, the clip features machine gun-wielding enemies on motorcycles, a rather chubby fellow with an equally large laser cannon and a sexy lady swinging a
Monday 2 April 2007
In the coming months GamesRadar will be undergoing a number of significant changes - most notably the way it looks and the way you find your way around the site. The changes we've made so far (which are still in a development phase) are very exciting and will start to appear later in the year, but the first stage is our new naviagation bar across the top of the page.
Previously, this was in a beta test phase - but now it's ready for a proper public going over and we'd like
Yosuke Hayashi, director of Ninja Gaiden Sigma which is due out on PS3 later this year, has said that developers claiming that PS3 is hard to develop for is just an "excuse to the consumer."
"For us it's not a question of being easy to develop for, that's a relative term," Yosuke told gamepro.com.
"When we first got our hands on the hardware it took us a while to get back into the flow of working with Sony, because the way they do things is a little different," he explained.
Wednesday 27 March 2007
As animal loving human beings we find the emotional rewards of platonic interspecies relationships hugely beneficial to our well being. The black clouds of a bad day can quickly give way to happy face sunshine at the sight of a pet irrationally overjoyed to see that we've made it home alive.
Of course, man and beast also share an attachment in many videogames, although the foundation of the companionship is usually built on something far more interesting than our own
There's an extra hour of sunshine in our day: Japan's resident badboy developer Tecmo has released new Ninja Gaiden Sigma screens - we can think of much, much worse ways to start the
This summer, PlayStation 3 owners will be able to see for themselves what Xbox fans have been raving about all these years, as Ninja Gaiden Sigma - a faster, prettier remake of hyperactive slashfest Ninja Gaiden - leaps onto Sony's new console. In addition to getting some hands-on time with the game, we've also had an opportunity to sit down with the game's producer, Yosuke Hayashi (along with associate producer and translator Andrew Szymanski), to find out a little more about what lies in
20 March 2007
As part of the Want Respect safe sex campaign, a new web-based flash game has been launched titled Johnny's (ouch) which stars you as a young R'n'B dude trying to run a successful night club single-handedly. Not only are you the DJ, the bar-man and the guest-greeter, you've also got responsibility to charm and chat-up the girls that visit your venue.
To celebrate the launch of the worthy game, we're giving away a PS3 and in order to stand a chance of it ending up in your hands,
EA has started releasing music from its past and present videogames to the iTunes Store.
Available for purchase via EA Trax, tracks from such titles as Def Jam Icon, SSX 3, Need for Speed Underground 2 and Burnout: Dominator have been unleashed - including a version of The Doors' "Riders on the Storm" that Snoop Dogg remixed exclusively for Need for Speed Underground 2. Get your gats
The Japanese powerhouse developer is famed worldwide for the Dead Or Alive and Ninja Gaiden series. But it looks like the studio could be branching out in a new direction completely.
In an exclusive interview with head honcho Tomonobu Itagaki, the Team Ninja boss revealed that the firm's new game will be like no type of game Itagaki has ever worked on
Monday 19 February 2007
After the rain soaked tracks of Formula One and the eye popping action from the Dead or Alive girls in our previous video compilations we thought it was time to take the action back to the streets.
This weeks movie montage takes us courtside in the form of NBA Street Homecourt for PS3 and features some of the most extreme, gravity defying, tricked-out slamdunks ever to be committed to video. In fact, there are 50 in just 88 seconds!
To check out this incredible action