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The Ninja

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Platform: Sega Master System
Tags: Action
Developer: SEGA


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The Ninja review

Reviewed October 11, 2004

pickhut says: "When I played this game for the first time, I thought it was too hard and unfair at times. I kept playing up till the river bank level where I lost and just gave up on the game, considered it as bad as My Hero, and started playing another game. But recently, I started playing the game again, took the time to learn what to do, figure out what certain things do what, memorize enemies patterns, and I then realized it wasn't such a bad game after all. But it still can be hard as hell sometime..."
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