Release DateJune 10, 2021
GenreAction, Adventure
Publisher & Developer KOEI TECMO
ConsoleNintendo Switch
Game Version1.0.2
Image FormatNSP
Required Firmware12.0.2
No. of PlayersSingle System (1)
ESRB Rating17+
Supported Play Modes Handheld mode, TV mode, Tabletop mode
LanguageEnglish, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Spanish, Chinese

NINJA GAIDEN Σ In 2006, Tecmo and Sony announced the development of Ninja Gaiden Sigma for the PlayStation 3. Eidos obtained the European publishing rights for this game. Itagaki had no direct role in Sigma and judged it a flawed game, although he acknowledged that Sigma gave PlayStation owners a taste of Ninja Gaiden.

The gameplay for Sigma is very similar to the original version, albeit with some modifications made to the game. Like the original version, the player’s movements and combat system are directed using the console gamepad, which comprises the left thumbstick, two attack buttons, and a block button. The game features a large selection of weapons for Ryu to wield each with advantages and disadvantages that affect the way the player approaches combat. A new addition to Ryu’s arsenal is a pair of dual-wield swords, Dragon’s Claw and Tiger’s Fang. It also provides Ryu with magical spells in the form of ninpo, which allows him to inflict heavy damage on enemies while potentially avoiding damage himself. By shaking the Sixaxis controller, players are able to increase the power of their ninpo spells. Rachel, a non-playable character in the 2004 game, became playable in three new chapters, featuring the new bosses, Gamov and Alterator. Some of the design elements of the old levels were also changed and several new enemy types were introduced.

In addition to the narrative Story Mode, Sigma included a gameplay variation called Mission Mode. Focused on action rather than character development, this provides combat-based missions set mainly in small areas. In both Story and Mission modes, game scoring is based on the player’s speed in clearing encounters, the number of kills achieved, the number of unused ninpos remaining at the end, and the amount of cash collected. Players can compare their scores on online ranking boards. In addition, players have the option to customize the appearance of player characters, with selectable costumes for Ryu and hairstyles for Rachel.

The more powerful hardware of the PlayStation 3 gave Team Ninja the opportunity to overhaul the game graphics to use larger and more detailed textures. Changes were made to the game world, with a few new areas and several additional save points and shops,[90] and alterations to the game engine letting players shoot arrows in mid-air, fight on water surfaces, and play as Rachel in some chapters and missions.

In July 2007, Tecmo released a demo and a new game mode, Survival Mode, for Sigma over the PlayStation Network. The demo limits players to the first chapter of the game but lets them play as Rachel in a separate mission. Survival Mode comprises missions in which players keep fighting until they have either killed all their opponents or their character has been defeated.


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