Summary: Ok I played both Ninja Gaiden 1 and 2 , 1st game was insanely hard , and when I finished it I felt like an accomplished gamer , finished it on normal mode , It was insanely hard at first but once you got the feel for it it got a bit better still hard just less frighting . Than I moved on to the 2nd installment in the PS3 series and it was a humongous disappointment , it felt easy and blend not the Ninja Gaiden I started off with , it was like normal was easy and hard was...
At first I would never touch NG III, considering the reviews I've read but I just had to try it for myself. I'm still a NG fan.
Navy Federal "Peaceful Spirit", Amazon
7 December 2013
Summary: Alright, I'm done hearing about how bad NG III is. Honestly, the gameplay is very solid, the enemies are smarter than ever, the bosses are just, well... Insane. The combat is ridiculously hard, even by normal standards. I love collecting the crystal skulls and then going through the ninja trials. The steel and bone aspect of the game is just fantastic. It's a step above the obliteration technique.
Summary: So, NG3RE. Fast, frantic, bloody, chaotic. Four words to describe it well. The game MAKES you learn how to play it properly. The issues with it are sometimes the camera is a douche, and the enemy AI even on the normal difficulty is kind of a pain. Bosses are...very difficult. VERY difficult. In past NG games you could possibly get through a stage with getting hit maybe five times on hard if you had the skills. in this, you are unlikely to NOT get hit even on normal.
Summary: I can't believe that there are so many positive reviews for this game. This game already broke 3 controllers because of the defensive dynamics of the combat. Continuous sliding and jumping. Whatever happened to stand your ground and strike when the opportunity presents itself. You also have a life gauge that can't be refilled unless you have ninpo. You also have ninpo that can't be refilled unless you strike continuously without getting hurt.