By Spencer . November 29, 2011 . 12:24am
"Being a portable device, players will want to play it in smaller chunks. We’re going to incorporate the play style from Ninja Gaiden 3 into Ninja Gaiden Sigma," said Yosuke Hayashi in an interview with Siliconera. "It will feel different than Ninja Gaiden 3, but if you play both you can enjoy everything Ninja Gaiden has been and is now."
Famitsu reports Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus is almost complete. The game will be ready for release in Japan next February, priced at 6,090 yen ($79).