Hamster are publishing the 1987 Taito side-scrolling action game Arcade Archives The Ninja Warriors on the Nintendo Switch eShop this week (18 July) priced at ¥823／$7.99／€6.99／£6.29. The game was remade for Super Famicom, with the second remake, The Ninja Warriors Once Again, coming to Switch next week. Trailer and screenshots added below…
Taito have announced that The Ninja Warriors Once Again will release worldwide for Nintendo Switch on 25 July priced at ¥3,024. The Japanese release looks like being digital only, but you can preorder the Asian release, The Ninja Saviors: Return of the Warriors, (with English language support) here – use the code JPNINTENDO for 5% off. Original trailer, second trailer, and third trailer added below. Thanks to Naruki.
Taito’s classic side-scrolling action game The Ninja Warriors is coming to Nintendo Switch as part of Hamster’s Arcade Archives series. The game originally released in Japanese arcades in 1987, was later remade for Super Famicom, with the second remake, The Ninja Warriors Once Again, coming to Switch next month. Trailer added below. Thanks to Naruki.
Taito have announced that The Ninja Warriors Once Again will release for Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 this July although it’s not known whether it will be a physical release. The new version (which is a remake of a remake) includes characters Yaksha and Raiden in addition to the three from the arcade and Super Famicom versions. Trailer added below. Thanks to Naruki.
DETUNE announced that KORG Gadget for Nintendo Switch will get OTORII and EBINA gadgets as DLC in early 2019. OTORII allows for classic Sega sounds and includes OutRun and After Burner music whilst EBINA allows for classic Taito sounds and includes Darius and Ninja Warriors. Many thanks to naruki.
Taito have confirmed that their Ninja Warriors game for Nintendo Switch will be called The Ninja Warriors Once Again. The game is based on the Super Famicom remake of The Ninja Warriors and features new HD graphics and two player co-op play. Taito confirm it will be playable at the Tokyo Game Show later this month and will release in 2019. Trailer Part 1 added below…
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Taito are working on The Ninja Warriors AGAIN for Nintendo Switch, which is a remake of the Super Famicom game of the same name, which itself was a remake of the arcade original, which was also later ported to PC Engine, Mega CD and home computers. The Switch game is due for release in 2019 with the Tengo Project strongly rumoured to be the development team. More news as we have it! Videos for the Arcade Archives and Super Famicom versions added below…