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If you’re looking for a good brawler beat ’em up and are still holding out on River City Girls, then perhaps The Ninja Saviors: Return of the Warriors may just be what you’re looking for until then. Check it out:

ININ Games, publishing label of United Games GmbH, is pleased to announce The Ninja Saviors – Return of the Warriors, Taito’s iconic and classic sequel to the arcade hit, is released in Europe today. This highly anticipated game will excite fans of the genre and pull in a whole new generation of gamers. Released on Sony PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch.

To the uninitiated, The Ninja Saviors – Return of the Warriors is a side-scrolling arcade brawler featuring a strong cast of five playable characters and a plethora of individual moves, with two completely new faces joining the team. For even more gripping immersion fans can experience the eagerly awaited, and superb, two-player co-op mode and an online ranking system so that you can measure yourself against fighters from all over the world. In a total of 8 levels, players will brawl their way through waves of enemy hordes, either alone or in pairs.

Players assume the role of one of the five android ninjas to take on the tyrant Banglar and his henchmen with a variety of individual moves in a dystopian future.

A completely uncut and mesmerizing experience is presented and options to change the colour of hit effects are just a few of the surprises in store supplemented by new enemies previously not seen on the original Western Super Nintendo version. Importantly the original developers, TENGO PROJECT, have improved the audio-visuals in every respect, making an already outstanding game even better!

The 6-minute trailer below gives an insight into some of the new features and characters that are presented in The Ninja Saviors – Return of the Warriors. You can check out the Ninja Warriors Insight YouTube Trailer right here for more info.

Source: PR Hound PR

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Posted by Alex Harding

Lover of chocolate and admirer of video games, Alex is the chief writer/editor of Switchaboo.