Summary: You've probably played this game. Any well-versed gamer should have played Ninja Gaiden in some form at least once before. It was a big deal on the original Xbox as it marked the return of the classic Ninja Gaiden . Later we saw re-releases as Ninja Gaiden Black and Ninja Gaiden Sigma , and this latest version tweaks the formula just a bit more for the PlayStation Vita.
Excerpt: has been synonymous with quality in the past few generations. But after you make the same game four times, even the lightning-speed action that remains amazingly fast and fluid starts to feel a little…old.
Summary: Despite being on its fourth release, Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus still feels like a brand new game, one that is both fun to play and difficult to master. The Hero Mode may alarm purists, but there's no denying that it creates a wider audience.
Pros: After eight years, the high-flying ninja action still entertains, Hero Mode opens the game up for a wider audience, Ninja Trials keeps it real for purists on the go with its challenging bite-sized missions
Cons: Touch controls aren't implemented very well, This is still a remake of a last-gen game no matter how you slice it
Excerpt: If there is one game series that is synonymous with a challenge, it is the Ninja Gaiden series developed by Team Ninja. Ninja Gaiden started during the days of 8-bit gaming, but since then it has developed into a fast paced, visually pleasing game that puts any gamer’s skills to the test. Sony’s newest handheld is lucky enough to get a Ninja Gaiden title during launch.
Summary: Kan man lide serien fra tidligere, kan man sagtens få noget ud af dette spil, men hvis man blot leder efter en god action/beat'em up, bør man også tjekke de andre alternativer, der er på markedet.