Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection is a great way to revisit some action game classics that have aged well, though the Switch version struggles.
Browsing: Team Ninja
Nioh Collection is a perfect way to experience (or re-experience) Team Ninja’s yokai-filled vision of Sengoku Japan.
Nioh and Nioh 2 are both coming to PlayStation 5 in remastered form on February 5, alongside Nioh 2 – The Complete Edition for PS4 and Steam.
A free update for Nioh 2 adds Photo Mode, among other things, and the first of three planned DLC packs—called ‘The Tengu’s Disciple’—will launch in July.
Nioh 2’s yokai-filled Sengoku setting brings plenty of pain, but a finely-tuned difficulty curve ensures triumph is always on the horizon.
Dissidia Final Fantasy NT offers a deep, compelling, strategic competitive multiplayer experience—though a steep learning curve and lack of features can make it hard to get to that point.
Nioh wears its Dark Souls inspiration on its sleeve, but it builds on that with deeper combat and captivating story of Sengoku-era Japan.