Ninja Gaiden, Dead or Alive Reboots Planned at Team Ninja

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Anyway, potential reboots do make for an interesting approach; it’s no secret that both Ninja Gaiden and Dead or Alive as properties leave much to be desired these days. The former has been missing in action for over a decade now (at least in terms of new mainline titles), and the latter left a bad impression with the disappointing Dead or Alive 6. As such, reboots are probably the way to go if Team Ninja wants to get its two franchises back on track.

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