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Game Description:A rapidly spreading virus and a horde of infected monsters are ravaging modern-day Tokyo. The authorities leave the health pros and soldiers on the sidelines and turn to...ninjas. But when Ken Ogawa and his team are called in, he's betrayed by someone within his own ranks, leaving him to fight the battle alone. Use nina weapons and special ninja powers to defeat the genetically mutated monsters. Activate your Ninja Vision to locate enemy weak spots and hidden information within the environment, trigger a special Todome Attack to destroy an enemy's heart, and more. Interactive cutscenes further the storyline as you fight to overcome seemingly insurmountable odds.
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