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a stealth and platform game with RPG elements in which the player plays as a shinobi (ninja). The game developer is Konami. The game was released for the PlayStation 2 console in Europe and Japan on November 28, 2005 and December 1, 2005 for personal computers running the Microsoft Windows operating system. This game was the first game in the series for PlayStattoo. In 2006, the Playstation 3 version of the game was released, with improved graphics, motion capture technology, which allows you to save a significant part of the game. At the end of 2007, a continuation of the game called “”.
In 2002, writer and journalist Rob Stobart launched the “Anime In The Dark” website, where he created a virtual library of anime series. He wanted to bring together the best of the anime to give players the opportunity to enjoy high quality and stylishly rendered graphics. Stobart, who has worked on several anime projects (including Morning, Dollhouse, and Monster Island), was inspired to create a free online anime library, but planned to develop it himself. In 2005, Stobart managed to gather a lot of fans who downloaded anime from his website and achieved some popularity among his website visitors. In October 2006, about a year after the site’s launch, Konamica founder Hideaki Han asked Stobard to use the directory of files he was creating at the time to add the site he had created to the directory. This would allow KonAMICA users to download anime directly, bypassing Konata’s website. Over time, Khan began to seriously invest in the creation of the service, which was reflected in the popularity of the site.
After the announcement of Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon, Konoe Manga Studio came up with the idea to create a parody of the game. On May 7, 2009, the Dancing Bunny-san project was announced as announced. Its action took place in one of the anime stores, where a doll worked, outwardly similar to the heroine of Bashy-senshi, but she did not have any special distinguishing features, but her name was -. Also, the game was supposed to contain elements of reference to LOLCAT, but the main idea of â€‹â€‹the game was different from the anime character. The project faded into the background during development due to low demand for it, as a result of which in January 2010 the project would be