After Team Ninja declined all of the sauces in the Dead or Alive series or delivered some crossovers based on a good ol ‘muso, it might want to be elsewhere. Even if the venerable studio seems to stick to its editorial line, the Japanese would still like to think big.
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While Nioh Collection or Ninja Gaiden Master Collection have recently come to celebrate the expertise of the troops of Tomonobu Itagaki (who left Team Ninja earlier this year to Create your own studio) the Japanese continue to outline the contours of future production aloud.
Not the kind of home
After confirming that he now hoped to overtake “Nioh and Nioh 2” by a title “even bigger
I don’t think we would change our style, we will keep making action games. But if I could try something out of my head it would probably be an open world game or a science fiction game.
And why not both my captain? If we probably have to wait some time to find out which title the Shinjuku studio is working on, keep in mind that there is a possibility of a third part of Nioh officially excluded for the moment.