By now, the first two games in the Shinobi life insurance series have already sold more than a million copies worldwide.
This is a huge achievement, especially considering the team behind Shinobi 2 made a series of smaller, more accessible and easy-to-learn games that weren’t as popular or commercially successful.
Shinobi is the latest installment in a new, long-running Shinobi series, which began in 2005 with Shinobi 1.
Its success is due to the fact that the Shinobis are one of the few Japanese family-run businesses that aren’t based in the US.
Shinobi 2, meanwhile, is a remake of the first Shinobi.
It’s a first-person shooter with a more realistic-looking graphics, and it also adds a number of new characters.
While Shinobi’s gameplay is similar to its predecessor, Shinobi 3 takes a step back and gives the player the ability to customize their character with a variety of weapons and armor.
A lot of players will probably find the new characters more entertaining than the original, but we have a feeling that some of them will also find their way into your heart.
The game is available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
In a recent interview with GameSpot, producer Yoshio Sakamoto said the studio has “seen a lot of people play Shinobi,” and the game “has definitely gotten people into the Shinoby family.”
Shinobi lives are offered at a discount and will cost $14.99, a fraction of the original game’s $49.99 price tag.
You can read more about Shinobi here.
The original Shinobi was released in 2003 for the Nintendo 64, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 2, and PlayStation.
It had a relatively small library of characters and weapons, but it still featured some interesting, innovative gameplay mechanics.
Shinoby Games is planning to release a new Shinobi game every two years, and the studio is currently working on a sequel, Shinoby Life, that will be out in 2018.
If you have questions about Shinoby’s Shinobi games, be sure to check out our Shinobi Live coverage to find out more.