One item that immediately impressed me about the Asian version was Microsoft put ten language options on the disc. It’s not like Ninja Blade is fully localized into Polish or Korean, though. You only have an option for English and Japanese voices and a seemingly random mix of both occur during story scenes. Ninja Blade does have ten different text options for menus and subtitles ranging from essential English to uncommon Chinese and Russian. While Ninja Blade isn’t a text heavy game offering ten language choices is still pretty impressive. It might even be some kind of record!
You can play Ninja Blade in: English, Japanese, Chinese, Korean, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Polish, and Russian. Now that’s a global localization.