The Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection is an interesting remaster prospect.
For many, they’ll be experiencing the entire trilogy for the first time. Others just prefer the first: an absolute classic in the action genre, even still. Some may also dig the second game, which isn’t quite as beloved, but still has its merits. Others will want to relive the polarizing third entry as a flight of fancy of sorts.
In any case, it’s a collection that’s worth talking about. And we did just that with the game’s producer, Fumihiko Yasuda. Even though the third game was their first major project at Koei Tecmo, they mused with us on the past, present, and future of the series.