Outstanding game! Violence reduced in this version though.
Eggplant Pete, Amazon
22 March 2014
Summary: I played and beat this on Xbox 360 years ago but picked this up for the nostalgia. From top to bottom it's one of the best games I've ever played. I only docked one star due to the baffling reduction in violence. I normally don't complain about that, but the 360 version of this game used violence in a way that was jarring and transcended something like God of War in it's meaning.
Summary: Its ok not as good as the first one , not as hard either , when I played the first Ninja Gaiden it was so hard but loved every minuet of it , I felt like a true gamer when I finished the Ninja Gaiden , the 2nd one well its just fun and not as challenging as the first one . It almost feels like they opened it up to every average gamer ,like a button smasher .
Summary: Action, adventure, and fun! This game is one that I recommend playing co-op with your friend(s). Just need two PS3 and two copies of the game. Challenge yourselves and master your weapons with combos to survive together through co-op.
Summary: Ok to start, this game is very fun and (hands down) better than the 360 version overall. I pre-ordered the 360 version, and was happy for the most part playing through it. It is literally Xbox NG1/NG Black on steroids (better graphics, more gore, improved gameplay and mechanics, more difficult, more intense and sophisticated storyline, etc.) but what separates this game (Sigma 2) and 360 NG2 are as follows.
A more balanced and somewhat more enjoyable Ninja Gaiden
10 November 2011
Summary: This sequel is an improvement over its predecessor in most areas, but also a step backwards or even sideways in other areas. After a rather interesting comic book prologue that plays as the game is downloading, the main game opens in a place called Sky City (think Tokyo meets the Jetsons) where CIA agent Sonia is asking around for Ryu Hayabusa because she needs his assistance with a little Fiend problem.