Microsoft announces that it will publish Ninja Gaiden and Dead or Alive Online in Europe later this year.
Microsoft has today announced that it has secured the exclusive European publishing rights to both Ninja Gaiden and Dead or Alive Online. The games, which are both currently in development at Tecmo, are scheduled for release later this year.
"Both Ninja Gaiden and Dead or Alive Online are hotly anticipated titles from one of the industry's most renowned developers, and we're pleased to be bringing them to Xbox gamers in Europe," said Michel Cassius, director of Xbox Platform EMEA. "They join a strong portfolio of Xbox titles coming this year, such as Halo 2, Kameo, Fable, Rallisport Challenge 2, and Sudeki. Tecmo has been a great partner for us, and these releases are a natural step in the development of our relationship."
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