Just wanted to offer my wishes of good fortune to all the TT runners - glad to be competing and working alongside such rad internet people.
On another note; wow. I was taken aback by Ninja Gaiden: Black. I skipped out on the first iteration, so I'm not 100% clear on what all was changed/added - but the game rocked my shit with some killer bits.
I was as ready as ever to pass it off as Tecmo trying to cash in on building a Devil May Cry clone, which is what it looked like at a glance. An hour into the game, I was hooked.
And ten hours in I was all, 'Devil Who What?'.
And nearly fifteen hours in, when I sliced and diced the final foe, I was in heaven, man. Ninja Gaiden might be a Devil May Cry clone, but exceeds it in nearly every department. I applaud Team Ninja, and am shitting my shorts in antici. . . pation, for Ninja Gaiden 2.
The only thing that disappointed me about the game was my hope that it would mirror the three NES versions and use a stage based system, where each one was in its own, unique setting.
I think I might try my hand at reviewing this one; I know Zig beat me to it, but I think I might have the upper hand. I beat the bitch on normal - TAKE THAT!
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|jiggs - July 28, 2007 (10:27 PM)
i just beat Sigma a few minutes ago. this game is truly awesome!