30 years of Final Fantasy history crammed into one RPG-inspired fighter for spring 2018.
Team Ninja returns with a twist on the Souls formula, but is it just another wannabe? Our review.
The Dark Souls/Ninja Gaiden mashup is doing quite well for Team Ninja.
Check out the first hour of Team Ninja's latest title for PlayStation 4, Nioh.
Team Ninja's SoulsGaiden-like marries the best of Dark Souls and Ninja Gaiden with a little Bloodborne stirred in.
If you haven't tried it yet, mark January 21 on your calendar.
Sony has taken over publishing duties of Team Ninja's upcoming action game,
Dead or Alive Xtreme 3 was already quite titillating, but we're going to be in some serious trouble when its PlayStation VR update releases.
Want more Nioh? Then mark your calendars because the beta demo is only available for two weeks.
Team Ninja has infused Nioh with traces of Dark Souls and Ninja Gaiden to create one of the most interesting Souls-likes yet.
Do you want to be a samurai and live forever?
You better move as quick as a ninja as Nioh will only be available for about a week.
We'll soon be able to experience Team Ninja's latest action title, Nioh.
The jury is out whether William will smell like sunflowers.
Are you ready for Battle Royal 2016?
First revealed at Tokyo Game Show, Team Ninja's Nioh was unveiled to PlayStation Experience audiences as a PlayStation 4 exclusive.
Have things gotten that out of hand in the gaming community where a game like Dead or Alive Xtreme 3 won't get a western release? Apparently - yes.
Dead or Alive developer, Team Ninja, has taken the reigns of the next Dissidia Final Fantasy arcade game, and it could be exclusive to arcades for over a year before hitting console.
Considering picking up Dead or Alive 5 Last Round on PC today? You may want to read this story before you do.
Dead or Alive 5: Last Round hit consoles this week, formally bidding farewell to DOA 5. To learn more about this final installment, our own Greg Burke spoke to creative director Tom Lee.