Ninja Gaiden Sigma Trilogy is reportedly coming to the PS4 and Nintendo Switch. It is listed by another retailer and appears to include the Sigma games.
Ninja Gaiden Trilogy was first leaked quite a while back. It was listed as coming to the PS4 and Nintendo Switch by a retailer, and this has repeated. While we don’t have a release date for this trilogy, Xtralife is a Spanish retailer with a large following.
The listing for the trilogy is still available to view on their store and can be seen in the image below. It is also shown with a PEGI 16 rating which was given to Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2. The rest of the games have been all rated 18 by PEGI.
Since Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge was released for the Nintendo Wii U, and the original Ninja Gaiden Sigma games were also released for both the PS3 and PS Vita, this shouldn’t be a big surprise to see this collection launch on the PS4 and Nintendo Switch. The lack of Xbox One here does feel a little strange because the transition to 3D for Ninja Gaiden started on the Xbox as an exclusive.
The original Ninja Gaiden is still regarded as one of the best action games released for the Xbox. It was also harder than the Sigma port that was released for the PS3. In addition to offering new content, this port reportedly reduced the number of enemies on the screen which led to reduced difficulty for the game.