NINJA GAIDEN Master Collection, which came out with its new contents, disappointed PC players. Details are in our news.
NINJA GAIDEN Master Collection, which comes out with its exciting new contents, will not support keyboard and mouse. It can only be played with a game controller.
NINJA GAIDEN Master Collection, which includes remastered versions of Ninja Gaiden Sigma (2007), Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 (2009) and Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge (2012) games and downloadable content, can only be played with the controller.
NINJA GAIDEN Master Collection annoyed the players
According to producer Fumihiko Yasuda, NINJA GAIDEN Master Collection keyboard and mouse will not support and it will require a game controller. This is definitely a development that will disappoint many PC gamers. Not only that; The graphics settings in the game will be very limited. The game will support 4K and 60 FPS; In other words, the frame rate limit of the game is locked to 60.
Also, the first Ninja Gaiden Sigma game is compatible with the PS Vita version, but cannot be recovered because other games have multi-part data. That’s why Team Ninja decided to migrate / reorganize PS Vita versions.
Long story short, don’t expect much from this upcoming collection. If you think the NioH 2 PC port is average, you must have an idea of what the NINJA GAIDEN: Master Collection package will really be. You have to prepare yourself for everything.
See: NioH 2 PC version talking about performance issues
NINJA GAIDEN: Master Collection will be released on June 10th.
See: Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection announced