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Ninja Blade

Ninja Blade (ニンジャブレイド Ninjabureido?) is an action game developed by FromSoftware for Microsoft Windows and Xbox 360 in 2009.

The player plays as a modern-day ninja, using a katana, twin swords and broad sword as the main weapon to the hostile creatures. Combat system is similar to Ninja Gaiden or Devil May Cry. A chi bar is used up when “ninja vision” or ninjutsu is used. The gameplay is highly cinematic, relying on quick time events to finish missions; after attacking a boss until the health bar is empty, the player must perform a finishing move, called the todome.

In 2015, a small village was attacked by unknown creatures and the survivors were moved to a research facility where they underwent examination. While at the research facility, the survivors began to show symptoms of necrotizing fasciitis, and it was found out they were infected by a strange type of hookworm parasite, which was classified as “Alpha-worm”. Conventional medicine had no effect on the patients and the worms deformed the victims, but the infection also increased the strength and resilience of the patients. The infected eventually broke free and attacked the researchers and, due to a fear of an outbreak, the military assaulted the facility and destroyed all traces of the infected. To prevent panic, governments of the world kept the Alpha-worms secret. The G.U.I.D.E (Global United Infestation Detection and Elimination) force was formed by Agent Michael Wilson, recruiting elite operatives from around the world. Eventually, after a massive outbreak of Alpha-worm infestation takes over the city of Tokyo, an elite ninja team including the young Ken Ogawa, and led by his father Kanbe, is sent to deal with the situation.

Ken’s unit is dispatched to Tokyo while in the midst of the largest Alpha Worm outbreak on record. While jumping out of the helicopter Kanbe gifts Ken with the clan’s ‘Ninja Blade.’ Ken alongside Kanbe are dispatched to deal with an infestation in a burning building where they defeat a Level 4 Carriers Pox Giant using the Cyclone Shuriken before they are forced to fight an Arachne. After being given a crash refresher course on his weapons Ken kills the Arachne with a wrecking ball.

The victory is short lived as Kanbe and Kuroh slaughter the entire unit, including Andy, revealing that they’re both infected by King Worms. Ken attempts to kill the two traitorous members of the unit with the Ninja blade but Kanbe takes it, unlocks it, and runs Ken through with it, missing his heart by millimeters. After less than a single day of rest Ken is dispatched back to the city alone to deal with the infection.

Ken is informed that with the severity of the infection GUIDE’s top brass are seriously considering “glassing” the city via orbital laser cannon, which will kill every thing in the city including the uninfected majority of the population. Ken starts his task with investigating reports of what could be a level 5 carrier. With out so much as his feet on the ground Ken’s chopper is attacked by a Scolex Worm.

Commandeering the Chopper’s gun Ken fends the worm off before crashing. After fighting through a hoard of enemies include a couple of Impaler Leech’s and a Slime Chopper Ken eventually finds the source of the local infection: a Plague Snail mysteriously empowered by one of his clan’s Sacred Gem’s. Killing the Snail Ken appropriates the gem and uses it to add the fire element to his shuriken.

After dealing with the Snail Ken is informed of two King Worm hosts nearby. After tracking them down Ken discovers that they’re a father daughter pair of Yakuza bosses Ryoko and Oyabun Tojiro Kurokawa. The pair attempt to break Ken off of their trail by feeding him to a Carrion Claw, a massive electrical crab like creature that through the use of electrical Gem is shooting lightning.

Once the Carrion Claw is killed Ken appropriates the gem for his Shuriken. After another brutal chase Ken confronts and kills the two bosses, crushing Oyabun under a highway and Ryoko under a steam roller, Ryoko regaining some of her sanity begs to be killed to end her pitiful existence. The encounter gives Ken some hope that he can save his father from his infection.

Ken is informed that a group of flying Carriers are attacking a Jumbo jet full of uninfected evacuees, apparently trying to spread the infection overseas, using level 2 explosive fly carriers to bust a hole into it. While fighting the Level 5 carrier leading the attack, a Fire Hydra, Ken is met with his father again who questions if he’s ready for the threats he faces.

Apparently deciding that they can’t hijack the plane any longer they decide to crash it in the middle of Tokyo, having already infected everyone on board. After killing the Hydra Ken lands the jet on a highway in the middle of Tokyo, nearly killing a group of survivors in the process. Agent Michael Wilson calls and informs Ken that they’ve located Kuroh who has attacked the local shopping mall.

Ken goes to the shopping mall where Kuroh sics a Blast Mite on Ken. Ken defeats the Blast Mite and true to its name it explodes before he can kill it sending him plummeting into the tunnels below. Kuroh informs Ken that he has placed three more Blast Mites in strategic locations throughout Tokyo’s underground each one ready to level a City block cushioned soccer socks. After eliminating two of the Blast Mites Ken fights the final and largest of the three: a Stalker Larva.

Recognizing that killing the creature underground will set it off and take a large portion of Tokyo with it Ken forces it into a service catapult and forcibly launches the explosive carrier into the air above Tokyo where he safely kills it without it doing any harm to the city. Unfortunately Ken soon learns that the bombing was meant to be a distraction while he leads a strike team of Carrier military personnel into GUIDE HQ.

As a crowd gathers around the Tokyo branch of GUIDE where as one Reporter notes that although the building has been taken over with hostages no demands have been made and the authorities have yet to respond. On que Ken crashes an APC through the front door of GUIDE HQ and immediately begins fighting RPG launcher toting Carriers.

Learning that Kuroh has taken hostages on the top floor, including the director Michael and various other GUIDE personnel. Once at the top Ken faces off against the reanimated corpses turned Carriers of his former team-mates attacks him, most notably Andy all of whom Ken puts out of their misery. With Michael’s help Ken is able to save all the other hostages and gets them to safety.

Once on the roof Ken and Kuroh fight once more, as he dies Kuroh mockingly reveals that Ken was not born but made, in a lab with the singular purpose of wiping out the Alpha Worms. Further more Kuroh also reveals that both he and Kanbe infected themselves with the King worms on purpose, desiring more power that could not be achieved with a body that is “just human.”

Deciding to kill Ken and take himself with him Kuroh makes use of the explosive charge inside his body in a suicide attack on Ken. Kanbe saves Ken from the explosion and partially confirms Kuroh’s story: yes he did infect himself with King Worms, so that he could infiltrate and locate the weak spot of the hive, which he has meat tenderizing marinade for steak. He two also warns that the Alpha worms have buried the bulk of their hive deep underground to avoid the glassing.

Following Kanbe’s information Ken goes underground to see the hive for himself. Once his APC is destroyed Ken falls into a mystical trap that extracts his Mystical shinobi gems that fly off and augment three high tier carriers: a Carrion Claw has his electrical gem once more, a Pox Giant has his flame gem and a pair of clones of Ryoko and Tojiro has the cyclone gem.

Reclaiming his equipment Ken soon makes his way to the sewage treatment plant where he encounters another Arachne. After dropping the Arachne into a processing fan Ken discovers that not only is the Hive where Kanbe said it was but according to Kanbe it’s also huge the hive extending beneath the streets of Tokyo. Ken attempts to use the Ninja Blade to cut down the hive only for it to electrocute him, as he is not ready yet.

The concept for Ninja Blade initially came when From Software thrived to create a game that conveyed to the gamer the same intense sequences from those of Hollywood action films. From Software worked with Microsoft in creating the game’s protagonist, Ken Ogawa. Ninja Blade producer Masanori Takeuchi said: “We worked closely with Microsoft in creating Ken. They provided us with lots of useful feedback and insightful consumer research of worldwide gamers. By cooperating and working together, Ken has become more appealing to a wider audience.” The character was designed by Capcom 2nd Character Development Studio designer Keiji Nakaoka.

The game has been categorized as a “cinematic action game where to buy meat tenderizer,” combining a mixture of hack and slash elements with context-sensitive commands. Ninja Blade was commonly referred to as Otogi 3 by various sources before its official announcement. Ninja Blade planner Kazuhiro Hamatani noted that while not a direct sequel or spiritual successor to Otogi, that the game would contain action-adventure elements of which fans of the Otogi series would like.

The soundtrack was composed by Norihiko Hibino’s GEM Impact studio. The animation was produced by Production I.G.

A demo for Ninja Blade was released in Japan on December 29, 2008. The demo was released in North America on March 10, 2009.

Overall, the game has received mixed to positive reviews. Ninja Blade was named Game of the Month in the June 2009 issue of GamePro, with a rating of 5/5 stars. In GameSpot’s The Best of 2009 awards, it was one of the five titles nominated for Best Game No One Played soccer shirts.


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La société Stroymontazh (en russe : Корпорация «Строймонтаж») est une société russe de construction et de promotion immobilière à présent disparue . Ayant son siège à Saint- Pétersbourg (Russie), elle dominait le marché de la construction résidentielle dans cette région, qui compte une population de plus de 5 300 000 habitants , et disposait d’un portefeuille de projets à l’étranger, dont un lotissement de 110 000 m2 en périphérie de Paris, en France. La société a beaucoup souffert de la crise économique et financière de 2008-2010, et d’un litige avec l’un de ses créanciers, Baltisky Bank (ru). Stroymontazh a été placée en 2010 sous administration judiciaire pour faillite  water bottle belt holster, et la société a été liquidée en juillet 2015.

 M. Artur Kirilenko était le principal actionnaire et le PDG de la société.   

 La société est fondée en 1994 par Artur Kirilenko et Sergueï Polonsky.  

 Stroymontazh s’est d’abord spécialisée dans la construction et les travaux de rénovation de propriétés résidentielles déjà construites. Pendant la période de la « crise des paiements » de 1994-1995 en Russie, les promoteurs immobiliers se mettent à utiliser les appartements comme forme de paiement en nature à Stroymontazh pour compenser la pénurie de liquidités. La société devient ainsi experte en commercialisation de propriétés résidentielles et étoffe considérablement son équipe commerciale. Stroymontazh prend en charge en 1996 son premier projet complet, la construction d’un immeuble d’appartements dans la banlieue de Saint-Pétersbourg. De 1995 à 1998, Stroymontazh continue de développer ses compétences en tant qu’entrepreneur principal de projets de construction résidentielle pour les principaux promoteurs immobiliers de Saint-Pétersbourg, pour devenir une société de promotion immobilière à part entière, disposant de son propre portefeuille d’investissements en 1998-1999. En 2000, Stroymontazh est devenue une société. Figurent alors dans son portefeuille des projets concernant l’ensemble des nouvelles zones résidentielles de Saint-Pétersbourg. Elle dispose de son propre cabinet d’architectes et de branches dans le bâtiment et les matériaux de construction.  

 Stroymontazh ouvre en 2000 une filiale, dirigée par Sergueï Polonsky, à Moscou, tandis que Kirilenko se consacre aux activités sur Saint-Pétersbourg. En 2002, Polonsky et Kirilenko se partagent l’entreprise, et en 2004, à partir de la filiale de Moscou, Polonsky fonde la société Mirax Group, et quitte par conséquent Stroymontazh. À la suite de la scission de l’entreprise, Artur Kirilenko devient le principal actionnaire de Stroymontazh.  

 Stroymontazh connaît après 2000 une croissance exponentielle de ses activités. Si en 1999 Stroymontazh achève et commande six immeubles d’une surface de plancher brute totale de 55 000 m2, la société construit 120 000 m2 à Saint-Pétersbourg et à Moscou en 2002, et 320 000 m2 en 2003, avec vingt projets de construction menés simultanément. La société commercialise 286 000 m2 d’immobilier résidentiel en 2008. Son portefeuille total s’élève alors à 1 500 000 m2. Sa filiale Hermitage SAS travaille sur un projet de construction de 110 000 m2 d’immobilier résidentiel en périphérie de Paris, en France.  

 Au plus fort de la crise financière et économique, en 2008, alors que le secteur du bâtiment subit une forte pénurie de liquidités, Baltisky Bank, l’un des créanciers de Stroymontazh, augmente à plusieurs reprises le taux d’intérêt de ses prêts en cours, puis réclame leur remboursement immédiat, avant leur échéance. La situation se transforme en 2009 en un conflit ouvert, après que Baltisky Bank ait entamé plusieurs actions en justice contre Stroymontazh visant à saisir les biens de la société pour un prix inférieur à leur valeur de marché.  Fin avril 2009, Baltisky Bank lance deux procédures civiles contre le principal actionnaire de Stroymontazh, Artur Kirilenko, qui était caution de la société pour certains de ses emprunts, procédures ensuite abandonnées par la justice. Les poursuites pénales à l’encontre de M. Kirilenko, qui font suite à ce contentieux , ont également été abandonnées en 2011 après que l’enquête n’ait révélé aucun indice d’actes répréhensibles de sa part. Stroymontazh initie en 2009 une procédure de cessation de paiements, en affirmant qu’il s’agit d’une « mesure nécessaire » afin de défendre les intérêts des investisseurs privés, en particulier des futurs propriétaires de logements (« dolchtchiki »), contre les actions hostiles de Baltisky Bank.  La justice accorde en 2010 à Stroymontazh l’application du droit des faillites, la société est placée sous administration judiciaire et Kirilenko démissionne du poste de PDG de la société cushioned soccer socks. Au moment où démarre cette procédure de cessation de paiements, Stroymontazh a achevé la totalité de ses projets de construction résidentielle, respecté ses engagements à l’égard des investisseurs futurs propriétaires de logements dans le cadre de systèmes de baux avec participation, et restructuré sa dette auprès de tous ses créanciers, Banque de Saint-Pétersbourg, Sberbank, Alfa-Bank, Baltinvestbank, Rosbank, Credit Europa Bank, et autres, à l’exception de la seule Baltisky Bank, qui rejette la proposition de restructuration. L’enquête a montré que toutes les transactions relatives aux actifs de Stroymontazh effectuées avant que la société ne se retrouve sous administration judiciaire étaient financièrement justifiées, « à savoir qu’elles ont, en améliorant sa situation financière, permis à la société de terminer la construction de propriétés résidentielles pour le compte d’investisseurs privés et de rembourser les sommes dues à d’autres créanciers ». L’enquête n’a constaté aucun indice d’activité frauduleuse comme le favoritisme (d’un créancier avantagé pendant la période suspecte), la dissimulation du patrimoine ou un autre acte pénalement répréhensible lié à la procédure de cessation de paiements. Stroymontazh est placée sous administration judiciaire pendant cinq ans, et finalement le 14 juillet 2015 la société est radiée du Registre des Sociétés russe et liquidée.  

 La société a depuis sa création construit plus de 800 000 m2 d’immobilier résidentiel et de 60 000 m2 d’immobilier commercial, mais elle n’a commandé que 286 m2 de propriété résidentielle en 2008. Figurent parmi ses projets immobiliers les plus importants le complexe résidentiel « Korona », « Zolotie Kloutchi » dans le centre des affaires de Moscou, et le centre d’affaires « Petrovsky Fort » à Saint-Pétersbourg. Sur les neuf premiers mois de 2008, son chiffre d’affaires s’est élevé à 2 100 000 000 de roubles, et son bénéfice à 6,9 millions de roubles.