THQ releases the first information on the PC and GBA versions of its upcoming Power Rangers-inspired action game.
THQ has today released the first information on the PC and Game Boy Advance versions of Power Rangers Ninja Storm, which are scheduled for release this fall. The PC version of the game, which is currently in development at Artech Studios, will feature a collection of minigames and see players training to become ninjas before progressing through a number of missions en route to the final Megazord battle.
The GBA version of Power Rangers Ninja Storm is in development at Natsume, and it will take the form of a side-scrolling action game. In the game, each of the Power Rangers will have his or her own special moves and gadgets, and as players near the final battle with the evil ninja master, they'll get to assume control of the Rangers in their powerful Megazord form.
We'll bring you more information on the PC and GBA versions of Power Rangers Ninja Storm as soon as it becomes available.
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