Ninja JaJaMaru Collection rated for PS4, Xbox One, and Switch in Taiwan; Psyvariar Delta rated for Xbox One

Jaleco-published action game series seemingly getting bundled.

The Taiwan Digital Game Rating Committee has rated Ninja JaJaMaru Collection for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Switch, as well as Psyvariar Delta for Xbox One. Both titles are published by City Connection.

The following screenshot is included with the Ninja JaJaMaru Collection rating:

Ninja JaJaMaru Collection

Ninja JaJaMaru is a series of Jaleco-published titles that debuted in 1985. To date, the series consists of the following entries:

  • Ninja JaJaMaru-kun (1985, Famicom)
  • JaJaMaru no Daibouken (1986, Famicom)
  • JaJaMaru Ninpouchou (1989, Famicom)
  • JaJaMaru Gekimaden: Maboroshi no Kinmajou (1990, Famicom)
  • Oira JaJaMaru! Sekai Daibouken (1990, Game Boy)
  • Ninja JaJaMaru: Ginga Daisakusen (1991, Famicom)
  • Ninja JaJaMaru-kun: Onigiri Ninpouchou (1997, Sega Saturn / PlayStation)
  • JaJaMaru Jr. Denshouki: Jalecolle mo Arisourou (2004, Gmae Boy Advance)
  • Ninja JaJaMaru-kun (2011, Social App Game)
  • Ninja JaJaMaru-kun: Sakura-Hime to Karyuu no Himitsu (2013, 3DS)

Psyvariar Delta is a remastered shoot ’em up available now for PC worldwide, and due out for PlayStation 4 and Switch outside of Japan on July 2 via publisher Dispatch Games. An Xbox One version has yet to be announced.

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