Even In A Sewage Plant, YAIBA: Ninja Gaiden Z Looks Gorgeous

By Ishaan . November 21, 2013 . 2:01pm

Tecmo Koei have revealed a new area and enemies that you’ll find in YAIBA: Ninja Gaiden Z—a sewage plant filled with zombies that use bile, electricity and fire as part of their attacks.


Yaiba counters these enemies by killing the Blister Sister and harvesting her toxic bagpipe, which allows him to spit bile himself. Other weapons he can use include a fail, which has the ability to combo into “cyborg rocket punches” and swordplay.


The screenshots below show the sewage plant off, and frankly, this is probably the prettiest sewage plant you’re ever going to see in a videogame. YAIBA: Ninja Gaiden Z will be released on PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 on March 4th, 2014 in North America.



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  • Crevox

    Personally not a fan of the cartoony comic borderlands 2 style

    • AkuLord3

      That’s fine…i like the Cel-shaded look, we all have our taste for different things

  • Pockystix

    I keep forgetting that this game exists

  • Dark Zerato

    It has been a long time since the last time we saw a game was released simultaneously in both JP and NA.

  • DarthSithZero

    I wonder if this game will open the doors for a PC release of Ninja Gaiden & Dead Or Alive.

  • I love how the character and background color palette choices feel like it’d be a shout-out to the old NES era palettes. Bright, colorful, and really stand out.

  • Chido55

    “Other weapons he can use include a fail, which has the ability to combo into “cyborg rocket punches” and swordplay.”

    A fail?
    You mean, flail?

  • Göran Isacson

    I have to admit, I did not see the line “harvest her toxic bagpipe” coming. That’s… novel, even if it will only turn out to be a distance weapon which I never found much use for in any NG title.

  • Lee Bong Bong

    if only they make ninja gaiden 4 instead

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