It seems like Tecmo Koei has listened to their fans, after receiving some backlash after the release of the Gust developed role-playing game Atelier Ayesha: while it wasn’t Tecmo Koei’s fault, gamers blamed the publisher for the lack of a Japanese voice option in the game.
The upcoming Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge and Dead or Alive 5 Plus will be getting a Dual Language option, meaning that players will be able to enjoy the games with both English and Japanese voices: the confirmation came through the official Tecmo Koei Official Facebook Page.
Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge is an enhanced port of the Wii U version of the game. The updated Ninja Gaiden 3 version will improve on the vanilla game in a number of ways, including new moves for Ryu Hayabusa, Ayane and Kasumi, some slight graphical improvements and gameplay tweaks. The game will also release with all DLCs on disk.
Dead Or Alive 5 Plus is the enhanced PsVita port of Dead or Alive 5: the PsVita game will come with an all new first person view mode, making use of the PsVita touch screen features to attack opponents, defend and create combo attacks. A new extensive training mode has been included to allow players to try out the new mode before talking part in some real matches.