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Author: zigfried (Mod)
Posted: July 07, 2009 (10:50 AM)
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Really good point about the improved fairness factor. In the first Ninja Gaiden, if you lose to one of the final boss's forms, you have to not only fight all of the bosses again, but you have to repeat the entire previous two stages. That was one of my big gripes about the first game, even as a blindly devoted child.

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Author: zippdementia
Posted: July 07, 2009 (04:55 PM)
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I played the American version. Hardest video game ever. I don't care how many contras you've beaten, you'll never beat the American version of Ninja Gaiden III. We played with infinite health and lives and still it took us hours.


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Author: randxian
Posted: July 07, 2009 (07:29 PM)
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Can't be any worse than Ghosts and Goblins. It takes several tries to get past the first red devil in the first level. That's halfway through the first level in the game.

At least you can progress a ways in Ninja Gaiden 3 before it knocks you on your ass.


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