YAIBA: Ninja Gaiden Z’s Humorous Approach To Zombies

By Ishaan . February 25, 2014 . 1:35pm


Tecmo Koei have shared a new developer diary for YAIBA: Ninja Gaiden Z, in which members of the development team discuss the game’s zombies and their humorous approach to creating them.


Keiji Inafune, who is supervising the game, shares that the idea was to have “stupid” zombies in the game, spread across multiple element types, such as fire, electric and more. This humorous approach, he says, is a a trademark of “Inafune’s zombies”.


YAIBA: Ninja Gaiden Z will be available on PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in March.

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  • Fitzkrieg

    I was not expecting this game to be as humorous as it looks.
    Pretty excited now, actually.

    • Göran Isacson

      Agreed: I like how this game doesn’t seem to take it’s new, crude main character too seriously. It’s like the game knows that showing a lot of “tude” is ridiculous, and they’re deliberately playing with that.

  • disqus_nQZLbvLB1I

    It looks like there are some good ideas in this game, but for the most part with every video that comes out on it it just seems totally lame and desperate.

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