Summary: Dragon Sword is definitely a Ninja Gaiden game, despite being on the DS; a little too short compared to previous titles. While the stylist controls work very well, I couldn't help but feel as if the difficulty had been lowered to compensate for these controls; no where near as brutal as NGB. I definitely recommend Dragon Sword to any Ninja Gaiden fans that own a DS.
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.