Ninja Gaiden II: DLC Dated, Detailed, and Priced

Downloadable content for Ninja Gaiden II has been revealed and will be released via XBL on July 25 and will cost you 800 MS Points

Available for the Xbox 360, the DLC is basically a Mission Mode and includes 25 self-contained high-score and survival stages. Some tutorial guides showing the locations of the crystal skulls will also hit XBL sometime around July 11th – which is tomorrow in case you do not own a calender or are date confused like I am.

Details:

Mission Mode, a brand-new gameplay expansion for Ninja Gaiden II. In this all new game mode, challenge your skills in self-contained missions featuring trials and tribulations not found in the standard story mode. Karma Attack missions task you with obtaining the highest score, while Survival missions give you a single weapon to fight off as many enemies as possible. Take your high scores online with Xbox LIVE and compete with players around the world on the mission leaderboards.

Skull Videos

30 videos that reveal the locations of hidden in-game skulls. Will split up into 3 packs and each contains 10 videos and they are free.

  • Skull Video #1: This video shows the location of the first third of the skulls.
  • Skull Video #2: This video shows the location of the middle third of the skulls.
  • Skull Video #3: This video shows the location of the last third of the skulls.

Thanks: Shacknews

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2 Comments on Ninja Gaiden II: DLC Dated, Detailed, and Priced

Nate

On July 10, 2008 at 11:20 am

I loved Ninja Gaiden Black, I loved what they did with NG2, more health regen, but more enemys etc. Problem is, they are focusing this mission pack to much around “online” competition. Where you just compare your score. The mission mode in NG black was about beating really tough situations, not about how many points you can round up.

Combined with the fact that people will just karma farm for hours and hours at a time, giving them millions and millions of karma points makes this pack as a appealing as trying to get a top score on a flash web game where the top score keeper has glitched the game to get X-billion points.

Kyle

On July 11, 2008 at 10:30 am

:sad: :sad: :evil: :evil: :evil: :evil: :evil: