Summary: Like this game alot..dont have a ps3 version to compare to ,,so i gave this a 10 i cant find anything wrong in this game,its alot of fun,graphics are well done ,game play is sweet ,,nice intense and great job ..
Summary: ...this is a port of a port of a re-release. Yes, this game is essentially just Ninja Gaiden Sigma, on Sony's newest handheld. The only Vita-exclusive features are the touch controls for bows and Ninpo. The game in general is completely awesome for Ps Vita and I am looking forward to the sequel's port.
Summary: this is a game for hardcore gamers who want a challange if u want a simple easy story mode this game isn't for you this game is for people who want to spend long time on story mode not less then 24 hours then sell it
Summary: This game is hard. Very hard. I've played through the story 4 times already and can't seem to bring myself to trade it in though. There's just something incredibly awesome about flipping around and slicing through enemies and taking on hordes of bad guys with some sweet upgradeable weapons. The missions with the female character are annoying, but makes going back to Ryu that much better.
Summary: Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus is a very well made port of a port of a great game released on the original xbox under the name Ninja Gaiden Black. I have only played the first 2 levels so far and I am really enjoying the graphicxs and sound. The gameplay can be very fast paced at time and slow paced at other times. The best part of this version of the game is the trophies.
Summary: Just like the old NGs, this one is still extremely difficult. It was ported well, and the graphics are actually very good for a port. i have had no trouble with the cameras so far (surprising) but the touch integration sucks and you cannot turn it off (makes the end of lvl 11 extremely difficult). overall though, great game i was very happy with it.