Tuesday, February 23, 2010
Ninja Blade now available in stores!
– bitComposer Games releases the PC version of the Far Eastern action fest –
Eschborn, Germany, February 23, 2010 - Non-stop sword fighting action, interactive cut scenes and gigantic end bosses: Ninja Blade , the Far Eastern action fest from the creators of Tenchu, hit the shelves today. The PC version of the successful Xbox 360 title of the same name was developed by the Japanese developer From Software, and has been released in Germany, Austria and Switzerland by bitComposer Games priced 24.99 Euros (RRP).
About Ninja Blade
In Ninja Blade PC players assume the role of the contemporary Ninja Ken, who has been assigned to a special unit to clean up Tokyo, which has been placed under quarantine due to a threat of destruction by parasites. The virtual Ninjas fight on the ground and in the air against the stunning backdrop of the vast metropolis of Tokyo in some sensational in-game battles against gigantic enemies. An arsenal of traditional and modern sword weapons is available to you for your mission, and special Ninja powers will get you out of apparently hopeless situations. With your help, the enemies' weak points, hidden information and secret routes will be revealed and you can launch massive special attacks that will leave the enemy reeling. Spectacularly staged cutscenes are seamlessly integrated into the gameplay to guarantee relentless non-stop action.
Ninja Blade is now available in stores priced 24.99 Euros (RRP). For details on bitComposer Games products, please visit: hier