Is Tenchu 4 a wii exclusive? Could come to PSP

Those of you who where a little upset by the news that Tenchu 4, the latest in the sometimes awesome, sometimes not ninja series was making its way exclusively to wii – well there might be a little hope that the game will make its way to everyone’s favourite non Nintendo handheld.

Siliconera received a tip from a Tenchu 4 staff member that “Tenchu 4 PSP” was on its way. Not exactly the most convincing word, but the Australian OFLC recently listed the game as a multiplatform release. So not exactly hard evidence, but is it too much to be a coincident? Certainly we’ll hear more during next weeks TGS if this is indeed true. I’ve always had a soft spot for the original, and I’m always on the lookout for quality PSP games.

 Siliconera via PSPfanboy


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