Reviews and Problems with NINJA GAIDEN Dragon Sword
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torry "latorry boston", Amazon
30 June 2013
Summary: now this game I truly love I am a big fan of doa and love he in it one of my fav people to play with I wish they put the new ones on 3ds as well I can not wait to play them u would be that is so cool how I did that with this game the girl you start out playing with is cool to but my boy take the cake this is a must have game for 3ds and dsi and ds
Summary: It feels different from other Ninja Gaidenn games, but just like other Ninja Gaiden, the game is hard. But it's fun. I have been a great fan of Ninja Gadien and this is a great addition to my Ninja Gaiden collection.
Summary: The Good: Amazing graphical achievement, fast responsive controls, uses the touch screen really well, not as hard as other NG games, fun boss fights The Bad: Way too short, uninspired story, gets repetitive after awhile, feels to similar to the console games First I have to mention the game isn't brutally difficult like previous NG games. The game is actually a perfectly set difficulty that will challenge you, but won't make you tear your hair out.
An original entry in the modern day Ninja Gaiden series
BX Lounger, Amazon
12 August 2011
Summary: While the Nintendo Wii will never see any of the modern day reboot Ninja Gaiden games, the Nintendo DS got lucky. In 2008, Tecmo released Ninja Gaiden: Demon Sword and is an original entry that takes place alongside the Xbox 360/PS3 titles. It was bold, different and a great game to boot. No other DS game looks like this one and that's saying something.