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Nioh: Samurai Action More Violent for the West

International Markets Get Dismemberment Feature

The upcoming game by Ninja Gaiden developer Team Ninja is called Nioh and will be more violent in western markets compared to what players in its origin country Japan will get to see. According to the studio, a dismemberment feature is supposed to be a tactical element in order to make enemies incapacitated or kill them off entirely. This is an option that Japanese consumers won't have at their disposal.

Nioh is a mixture of Ninja Gaiden and Dark Souls and places the player in middle age Japan where he has to fight against ninjas, samurais and demons. The PS4-exclusive game will be released some time in 2016.

Release: May 23, 2016 - Author: DanTheKraut - Translator: Mike Lowrey - Source: Team Ninja Studio YouTube

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