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Ninja Gaiden

Ninja Gaiden (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Xbox
Tags: Action
Developer: Team Ninja
More Platforms: Arcade, Game Gear, Lynx, NES, Sega Master System


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Reader Reviews

Ninja Gaiden review

Reviewed May 26, 2005

careless_whisper says: "Ninja Gaiden is a superior piece of software. It resembles nothing so much as an exquisitely engineered piece of machinery, and that's both Ninja Gaiden's majesty and its weakness: it works so exquisitely, but it often feels more like a collection of well-oiled parts than a videogame. "
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Ninja Gaiden review

Reviewed May 05, 2005

dementedhut says: "Ninja Gaiden certainly had its share of delays before being released; a lot people were eager to take a stab at this action-adventure game by Team Ninja, and they finally got a chance in March of 2004. Was it all it was cracked up to be? Well, it's definitely not one of the Xbox's greatest titles, but you'll still have fun with NG. Just don't expect anything revolutionary as you take control of Ryu Hayabusa in his conquest to decapitate everything that crosses his path. "
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Ninja Gaiden review

Reviewed June 17, 2004

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Ninja Gaiden review

Reviewed August 22, 2004

midwinter says: "The problem with hype and anticipation is that it's pretty much a vicious circle. One creates the other, while the other feeds the one. Round and round this madness goes, building momentum and whipping fan boys up into near fanatical states of delirium. With the street date drawing closer the excitement level inevitably comes to a head as bladders quiver at the merest mention of the object in question. It's unfortunate then that for much of the time, the actual finished product is totally incapa..."
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Ninja Gaiden review

Reviewed August 18, 2007

Suskie says: "Ninja Gaiden is a mean game. The enemies you encounter are absolute ass-kicking, in-your-face, unforgiving, top-of-the-line butt-whooping badasses, and they know nothing but your demise. So determined are they to bring about your end that I received the impression that the game itself was out to get me. The free-floating sense of hostility I picked up from Ninja Gaiden is so extreme that I’m somewhat surprised the load screens don’t say, “Loading, bitch!” "
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