will announce a new game at this week's Tokyo Game Show.
Posting on Twitter
, Team Ninja notes the announcement
of Dead or Alive 5
at last year's event, and the Tecmo subsidiary wants to repeat that with a newly announced console title this year. Team Ninja is currently developing Dead or Alive 5
and Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge.
The only Team Ninja release that's not a DoA or Ninja Gaiden entry remains Metroid: Other M
Joystiq is in Tokyo this week, ready to report whatever this may be and every other piece of juicy news from the Makuhari Messe convention center. Japan's headline gaming event kicks off on Thursday, September 20, running through to Sunday, September 23.