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Thread: Shinobi (3DS)

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    They're not remaking anything, it's a brand new game.
    Nah what I meant to say was creating a new version/like a reboot with different graphics and game play, i.e the different angle/3d gameplay. They should release the originals on virtual store and keep the new one original by giving it the same graphics as the first ones.

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    Local Game Developer Shadid's Avatar
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    I'm actually looking forward to seeing how this'll loook like in the future, as I thought it looked like hell too.

    At least the gameplay from the older sidescrollers are back. <3
    I live here now!

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    You beat me to the punch. But uhm, HELL YEAH! I've been waiting for this series to come back for a while now.

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    Graphics do look a bit better in motion than in screens.

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    London, England


    Quote Originally Posted by Reknoc View Post
    They should have got WayForward to make it.

    I agree Their handheld stuff on DS has been well received. Mighty Flip Champs, Shantae: Riskys Revenge and their version of Thor on the DS has been getting some good reviews.

    However looking at it the game does look ok in motion but I want to get my hands on it to see if it has that feel of the old games.

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