Fumihiko Yasuda explained why the Sigma versions were used for the Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection.
In the current issue of Famitsu, Fumihiko Yasuda from Team Ninja explained why the Sigma versions of the first two parts were used as the basis for the Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection.
Yasuda gave as the reason that the data from Ninja Gaiden and Ninja Gaiden 2 were apparently not all available in poor condition and therefore could not be “saved”. Hence the decision for the Sigma versions.
In addition, Yasuda indicated that he was interested in a sequel.
The Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection will be available from June 1, 2021. You can already pre-order them in the Microsoft Store.