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New Ninja Gaiden Master Collection Action Trailer is Absolutely Brutal

Ninja Gaiden Master Collection Action Trailer

Koei Tecmo has released a new Ninja Gaiden Master Collection action trailer showcasing the game’s combat. The trailer features over two minutes of Ryu Hayabusa fighting various enemies with a variety of weapons. Scenes transition into different areas, providing a good look at the environments spanning across three games.

Team NINJA also posted a link to the trailer via its official Twitter account. The tweet announced that the game’s Steam store page would be available from April 22, 2021.

The trailer itself is as brutal as you would expect from a video featuring Ninja Gaiden gameplay. Included are various boss battles from across the Ninja Gaiden series, like the Buddha Statue fight from Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 and the Paz Zuu fight from Ninja Gaiden.

Additionally, Ryu also tears through enemies in other areas like Abysmo Island and the Airship. As the video transitions through these areas, Ryu changes the weapons he wields to provide a detailed look at the remastered weapon effects. The video finishes off with Ryu dishing out a few ultimate techniques with what looks to be the Dragon Sword and Falcon’s Talons.

You can check out the Ninja Gaiden Master Collection action trailer below:

Koei Tecmo recently released trailers that focused on the series’ characters, including Kasumi and Ayane. In an interview with SiliconeraNinja Gaiden producer Fumihiko Tasuda also stated that the remastered Ninja Gaiden Master Collection was able to be made because of continued fan support and interest.

Ninja Gaiden Master Collection will launch June 10, 2021, with a standard and deluxe edition for the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and PC via steam.

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