Ninja Gaiden 3 Receives Full PlayStation Move Support

August 16, 2011


Ninja Gaiden fans rejoice.  Tecmo Koei has just announced at GamesCom that the PlayStation 3 version will have full PlayStation Move support which will “give players a new edge when slicing through their enemy’s flesh and bone.”

“We are really excited to announce this fantastic news at gamescom,” stated the leader of Team Ninja Yosuke Hayashi.

“Ninja Gaiden 3 is all about slicing and chopping through flesh and bone and PlayStation Move bring players even closer to the game’s protagonist Ryu Hayabusa. The game will be compatible with all Move peripherals and it will feature full compatibility with this exciting new hardware.”


It’s great to see developers looking for ways to fully utilize other controller peripherals that may enhance the game experience.  Add this to the Hardcore games list with PS Move compatibility.  What do you guys think?  Will you be using the PS Move to slice through your enemies?  Sound off in the comments below!

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