No details about Vita’s unique control mechanics.
Yosuke Hayashi of Team Ninja has called the Vita a powerful, competent device that has the ability to deliver console quality graphics in a short time.
They’ve already released the first Ninja Gaiden game on the Vita and while it was a good port, it was lacking in many aspects which they avoid with Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 Plus.
“With the sequel we’re looking to add in some really good additional hardcore elements – things that people who really know the game and loved Sigma 2 will get into and enjoy,” he said. (Via PS Blog)
I don’t know if it’s a perfect fit, but it has the power and everything you need to play these kinds of games. You’re not always in an environment where you can play a full console game, but if you have a Vita you can have the same experience right there in the palm of your hand. It has the power to deliver an equivalent experience.”
The game will come out next year for the PS3, Xbox 360 and PC.