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Ninja: Shadow of Darkness

Ninja: Shadow of Darkness (PSX) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation
Genre: Action
Developer: Core Design

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10/06/1998
EU
09/??/1998
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Reader Reviews

Ninja: Shadow of Darkness review

Reviewed April 24, 2004

gbness says: "I remember several years ago, playing this game on demo and then trying it out. Goodness knows, I was in for one of the hugest challenges that I had ever faced in a video game. Well, all the games that I had played for PlayStation were pretty easy, but this game was just... a huge difficulty. This game was created by Eidos a while back, and they have never been known for making difficult games. Not saying that Ninja: Shadow of Darkness has been 100% shattered by its ridiculous difficulty, becaus..."
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