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Ninja Gaiden II

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Platform: Xbox 360
Genre: Action
Developer: Team Ninja


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Reader Reviews

Ninja Gaiden II review

Reviewed June 16, 2008

PAJ89 says: "2004 saw the rebirth of the Ninja Gaiden franchise on the Xbox, Team Ninja setting a new benchmark for the action-adventure genre in the process. Four years later and Ninja Gaiden II hasn’t had quite the same groundbreaking impact as its predecessor. It doesn’t have the same visual kick as the first game did in ’04 and it lacks the same level of polish, but rest assured it provides all the sword-swinging, blood-bathed action you’ve come to expect from Itagaki-san and company. "
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Ninja Gaiden II review

Reviewed February 14, 2010

Suskie says: "Just for the record: Ninja Gaiden has the worst camera system in the entire history of 3D gaming, presenting the one-two punch of perpetually dangling at the most uncomfortable level imaginable and leaving the player with virtually no control whatsoever. It was way too low and way too close, and all we could do was center it behind main character Ryu, giving us a great shot of his ass (in shiny black ninja tights) and little else. I
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