Where does it state that Ginzu uses the Bushin-ryu style? 20:43, March 29, 2015 (UTC)

Apparently, its only (as far as I'm aware) in Namco x Capcom but that game is obviously non-canonical. Removed the "fact" for now.-- 07:09, March 30, 2015 (UTC)

Ehm, nope. Sho being a "successor of Bushin-ryu Ninpou" has been canon since his first appearance back in 1991. It's mentioned in his in-game bio in all Japanese versions of the Captain Commando game, written in hiragana (ぶしんりゅうにんぽうのけいしょうしゃ, bushin ryū ninpō no keishō sha), though in English this was rendered into a generic "master of ninjitsu". The reference is also in the original Japanese flyer, written in Kanji (武神流忍法の継承者), and the more faithfully translated European flyer as well ("successor to Bushin-ryu Ninpo").
Namco x Capcom has no hand in this information. As such, I took the liberty of reverting your edit. Strider Kage (talk) 03:16, April 2, 2015 (UTC)
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