June 1st, 2011
If last weeks post regarding the newest Shinobi installment on the 3DS did little to impress you, perhaps that's because you're part of the Ninja Gaiden Fan-base. How do you know you are? Well apart from having a hefty appetite for super-human acrobatics and visceral violence, you also have a teeny masochistic streak in you because you don't mind tackling levels and bosses that only cyborgs were meant to triumph over. If these screenshots found at the Joystiq Blog are any indication, you will definitely be having your work cut out for you come next year.
***WARNING*** We've also included a 'Mature' teaser trailer that was released during this year's Game Developer's Conference to whet your appetite. Only those of the appropriate age will able to view it.
May 31st, 2011
Never wanting to miss an opportunity to provide a great martial arts deal, KarateMart.com has unleashed a new weapon in the battle for savings. The Daily Price Cut is a brand new feature that appeared last week on KarateMart.com. From now on, each day a random item will be selected to receive a thorough price beat-down which any savvy shopper can take immediate advantage of. In some cases the savings can add up to more than fifty-percent off!
May 31st, 2011
The eighth episode of the highly praised martial arts webseries has finally presented us with the second part of the epic showdown between the ninja assassins, Scorpion and Sub-Zero. The good: This is one of the best episodes yet of the series. The bad: The series is only 9 episodes long.
May 27th, 2011
If you're a fan of the awesome amphibian antics of Michelangelo, Donatello, Raphael, and Leonardo, then you are in good company. You're also in luck, because the heroes-in-a-halfshell are finally making their way into some brand new adventures, comic-book style, this August.
Read on to find out more details about the upcoming project and take a trip down memory lane with YouTube, the internet tour-guide of all things retro.
May 26th, 2011
It's been quite some time since the ninja Musashi graced us with his presence in a video game. Almost ten years in fact. Well this time around the shurikens will be a-flyin' in 3 dimensions as Shinobi makes its debut on the Nintendo 3DS. Check out the trailer if the thought of ninja acrobatics and high-flying sword play isn't too intense for you.