Perp Games has announced that it will be releasing Ninja Legends on PSVR on October 30th, 2020. And at the time of writing this article, that’s about four minutes away from now. For you, it could mean that the game is already available to buy on the newly designed PlayStation Store.
If digital content isn’t your thing, Ninja Legends will be getting a physical release in Europe. Unfortunately, there’s no word yet on if or when the game will get a boxed copy in North America or other regions. Still, imports are possible. That being said, if you’re waiting on your PS5 digital edition, you’ll probably want to avoid discs from here on out because PSVR games are playable on PS5, so long as you have the free adapter required to play.
Ninja Legends is a fairly simple game that’s very straightforward to play. You stand in your place and defend yourself from waves of enemies across 18 different levels. That might sound basic, and in truth, it is, but simple can still be fun. I’ve put in a few hours on the Oculus Quest version of the game and it really is a good slasher and it makes you feel like a bad-arse ninja. Plus, you can use a staff, and after having watched The Walking Dead recently and falling in mad love with Morgan and his sweet staff skills, I’m hooked again on the PSVR version.
The Pure PlayStation Ninja Legends PSVR review isn’t quite ready yet, but it will be soon. If you’re curious to see how the game plays out on PSVR, you can check out the gameplay video I captured a little earlier today. I can tell you now that the graphics are very nice and the controls are more than good enough, and that’s it. The rest will come in the review.
Oh, it’s 00:01. Ninja Legends for PSVR is out now I suppose.
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