SEGA's classic Shinobi franchise is all set for a comeback, judging by a developer resumé unearthed today.
The artist claims to have "created whole levels for 'Shinobi' on the Nintendo 3DS, including many props for use in a variety of environments."
Griptonite specialises in handheld versions of multiplatform releases, having worked on the DS version of Spider Man: Shattered Dimensions and Assassin's Creed: Bloodlines on the PSP.
We're asked brand owner SEGA for some clarification and will update if we hear back.
Debuting in arcades back in 1987, SEGA's ninja platformer has spawned a number of sequel and spin-offs over the years. It was last sighted on the PlayStation 2 with 2003's dismal Nightshade.