Even with toned-down violence, Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 for the PlayStation 3 received an M for Mature from the Entertainment Software Rating Board. Those hoping for a more family-friendly installment in the Ninja Gaiden series could have that wish granted later this month.
Zen Studios announced on the official PlayStation blog today that the next downloadable pinball table for its Zen Pinball game will be based on the opening Sky City Tokyo level of Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2. According to the developer, the table will include features like five multiball game modes and "ball slicing effects."
Released in May to a warm critical reception, Zen Pinball features four tables at the outset. To date, Zen Studios has released only a single downloadable table, the Super Street Fighter II-themed add-on. Zen Studios also has produced Pinball FX for the Xbox 360, as well as iPhone games Zen Pinball: Inferno and Zen Pinball: Rollercoaster.