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Tomonobu Itagaki (Dead or Alive, Devil's Third) Shares A Rather Personal Experience

Most gamers know Tomonobu Itagaki as a few different things. First off we’re all familiar with Tomonobu for his contributions as a game developer in games such as Dead or Alive and Ninja Gaiden, two games that are still highly regarded to this day for their accomplishments and their rather unproportional depiction of female characters. But aside from that we know that Tomonobu is a rather cocky if not simply confident chap that isn’t afraid to share what’s on his mind along with having a rather keen fashion sense that consists of a pair of sunglasses and a fashionable jacket.

Latest Ninja Gaiden 3 Screenshots Have Blood, Dudes With Glowing Hands, and More Blood

Ninja Gaiden 3 hasn’t left fans of the series as angry as the Devil May Cry reboot has, but to some the changes made to the Ninja Gaiden formula have been too drastic. Leading man Ryu may not look like he’s the world’s most proficient meth based martial artist, but the sudden tonal shift Ninja Gaiden 3 has undergone (more grit, less colorful fantasy worlds) has people longing for the return of former Team Ninja head Tomonobu Itagaki.

Ninja Gaiden 3 - Hands-On [E3 2011]

Ninjas are always awesome no matter what color their garb is.  The classical ninja approach of wearing black garb is of course the way to go, but we can always appreciate some ninja action from those who like to wear white costumes (Storm Shadow) or even those who are a bit more outlandish such as Rain from Mortal Kombat.  But at the end of the day, it’s the classical ninja approach that’s always the coolest and the one video game that has always offered the premier ninja experience has been Ninja Gaiden from Tecmo.  Back in the day Ninja Gaiden offered some quality ninja act

Japanese publishers outline their TGS 2010 lineups

The Tokyo Game Show is a mere three weeks away and as always the anticipation for the event is high.  In the past three years TGS hasn’t exactly been the place for many major announcements, but there are always a few standout games or unique reveals which often make up for the lack of megaton announcements.

The Dead or Alive series is back but.....

After a brief absence the Dead or Alive franchise is coming back but there are two downsides: it’s on the PSP and it’s called Dead or Alive Paradise.

As the name may imply Dead or Alive Paradise isn’t another fighting game but is instead a mini-game collection featuring buxom beauties like Kasumi jumping around in their bikinis, playing poker or posing for you while you take creepy photos. DOA Paradise is basically a spiritual successor to Dead or Alive: Xtreme Beach Volleyball which was essentially a masturbation game for hentai loving otakus.

Premiere trailer for NBA Unrivaled

Two weeks ago Tecmo released the first images for their arcade basketball game “NBA Unrivaled.” Despite Tecmo not being the first company you would think of when it comes to providing a good arcade basketball experience most people were interested in the project since it looked quite similar to the classic NBA Jam games.

First screens for Tecmo's new arcade basketball game NBA Unrivaled

To my surprise Tecmo is developing an arcade NBA game and it actually looks like it could be good. NBA Unrivaled comes from developer Acronym and as you can tell from the pics below it has more of an arcade feel and design to it compared to the NBA games from EA and Take-Two.

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