Ninja Gaiden Master Collection Reversible Cover Art Revealed

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The reversible cover art for the Ninja Gaiden Master Collection has been revealed. This special reversible cover art is exclusive to the Ninja Gaiden Master Collection limited editions. While the cover art was mentioned in previous press releases detailing what would be included in the physical editions, this is the first look at this image. [Thanks, 4Gamer!]

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As mentioned previously, this cover art comes with the physical limited edition. However, this will not come with the content included in the digital deluxe edition of the game. The digital deluxe edition of the game will come with a digital artbook and soundtrack. This will include a total of 180 songs. Additionally, the digital deluxe versions of the game will be available worldwide.

You can take a look at the reversible cover art below.

Ninja Gaiden Master Collection Reversible Cover Art

Recently, a new trailer also released. This footage featured gameplay footage of Ayane, Momiji, Rachel, Kasumi, and Ryu Hayabusa. Previously, Koei Tecmo shared screenshots of the upcoming collection, which provided a first look at some of the skills that will be available to players, along with various game modes.

Ninja Gaiden Master Collection will be come to the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on June 10, 2021. It includes Ninja Gaiden Σ, Ninja Gaiden Σ2, and Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge.

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