Ninja Gaiden III: The Ancient Ship of Doom (NES) review
"Ninja Gaiden 2 was as beautiful as NES platformers come! Well, understandably, Ryu hasnít changed - his sprite is virtually identical in all three games. Most of the enemies are different naturally, and theyíre a decent bunch, the mostly mindless menagerie comprised mainly of zombie types and robots. Sadly, there are no high-kicking Karatekas knocking you off cliffs, or afro wearing boxers doing the same. The game has a decidedly futuristic tilt, and as such, it's robots, robots, robots, with a good deal of alien weirdness thrown in for good measure. "
Staff review by Marc Golding (January 07, 2004)
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