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Ninja JaJaMaru Collection

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Platform: PlayStation 4
Tags: Compilation
Developer: City Connection
More Platforms: Switch


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Ninja JaJaMaru Collection coming to Japan this December

October 07, 2019 - 0 comments
Dispatch Games today announced it has begun accepting preorders for Ninja JaJaMaru Collection, a Switch and PlayStation 4 compilation that includes six games in the long-running series. A premium physical edition retails for $99.99 USD, and is available to order immediately. full article

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