Blurry, shaky cam footage of Dragon Sword still gets us excited
It should come as no surprise to all of you out there in Reader Land that we're already sold on Ninja Gaiden: Dragon Sword. We're going to pick it up the second it hits retail shelves, no doubt about it. That's why we can appreciate this video, as poorly filmed as it is. Because it is nothing but a large chunk of gameplay, we find ourselves drooling over the exhibited crispness of the game's controls and promise of massive amounts of combat.
[Via Go Nintendo]
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