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Heavenly Sword

Heavenly Sword (PS3) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation 3
Genre: Action
Developer: Ninja Theory

Publisher
Region
Released
NA
09/12/2007
EU
09/14/2007
JP
11/15/2007
AU
09/20/2007

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Staff Reviews

Heavenly Sword review

Reviewed September 15, 2007

Jason Venter says: "With such a high standard set, it shouldn't come as a surprise that gameplay doesn't hold up its end of the bargain. It does come close, though. The main problem is that Nariko spends most of her game carrying a sword capable of standing against the most powerful beings in the world, yet primarily battles simple soldiers. Even when an environment is crawling with troops, there isn't much to offer resistance. She's simply too powerful."
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Reader Reviews

Heavenly Sword review

Reviewed July 29, 2009

fleinn says: "Heavenly Sword is a curious game. It's made from scriptwriting in the tradition of throwing the viewer into the story, and then avoiding the temptation to update you regularly about the events as they happen. So as opposed to having the writers gloat endlessly over being in a position to bore you to tears with their brilliance - you can listen to the short and few character interactions instead, if you wish to decide the story should interest you. "
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Heavenly Sword review

Reviewed April 14, 2008

OrpheusUK says: "Heavenly Sword is the hotly anticipated sword fighting game from Ninja Theory which was released exclusively on PS3 on 12/09/2007. The game plays in a very similar fashion to Ninja Gaiden Sigma, for any of you who have already played that and enjoyed it. If you open the controls menu the list of available attacks and their often long winded button press combinations will certainly look familiar. If you mastered Sigma then you should certainly have no problems here. There are, however, a numb..."
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Heavenly Sword review

Reviewed July 15, 2009

True says: "Often, the most powerful sacrifices are made by one, but benefit many. "
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