Summary: This game gets it all. Wonderful gameplay, amazing graphics, and a solid story. Controls are fluid and the visualizations are unbelievable. This is definitely one of the top titles on the Xbox. It's one of the few games that capture the capabilities of this system well enough to be noted. It ranges from being a mild challenge to near impossible, so you have to be good to play this thing. It's a lot of fun to spend time with.
Summary: Ninja gaiden is one of the best games of this genre i have ever played. the movie sections of the game are so sharp and visualy stuning. Although the regular ninjas are sorf of hard the bosses are way overly hard to beat. that is a draw back of this game. the amount of menuvers that u can do is mind blowing.
Summary: Well gamers, This is my first review on Scn and let me break you off a piece. Ninja Gaiden , well with matrix wall ish and crazy ass ninja swords, you forget you have ninja stars, then bam!!! your life is down and you just walked in on the Boss some bad ass Sumo MoFo bout to sit on you and send you back to your save... well after you hit the bong and get past doing flips off walls and relize your lost...I was...
You won't regret your purchase!!! You will love it, no doubt about that!!!
18 November 2008
Excerpt: Ninja Gaiden 1 is THE one and only hack 'n slash game. It is the best one I have ever played! You take the role of ninja Ryu Hayabusa, who seeks revenge after his clan is massacred by the Vigor Empire. Taking full advantage of three-dimensional space, advance through the story with only your wits, your ninja skills, and your deadly sword--cutting down opponents in the Vigoor Empire as you attempt to beat the Holy Emperor and reclaim the magic sword "Ryuken.
its rewarding, its beautiful and its a piece of pie to control. can be too hard though
16 October 2005
Excerpt: Right, let’s get one thing out the way now. This is the kind of game that, had others on the X-Box been to a similar level, would have lead to the untimely death of the PS2. Were it possible to somehow make a PS2 sentient, sit it in front of this game and give it a whirl it would lead to the game console equivalent of a mid life crisis. The PS2 would quit, and wander off to the park to draw cartoons of people whilst drinking cheap cider. The graphics are that good.
Excerpt: Ninja Gaiden (Xbox) Ninja Gaiden is a third person adventure developed by Team Ninja about a young ninja called Ryu Hayabusa who’s out for revenge on the evil henchman Doku who destroyed his village and slaughters the ninjas protecting the evil Dark Dragon Blade. Equipped with his own Dragon Blade, Ryu's journey leads him aboard an airship that is bound for the mysterious Vigoor Empire deep in the heart of Asia .
Excerpt: This is a review of one of the best games that I have played in years; its name is Ninja Gaiden. It is on the XBOX, and only on the XBOX as no other console could stand up to the awesome graphics this game possesses. Ninja Gaiden was created purposely for the XBOX, which then you can assume it will have great graphics and probably have great game play also.
Excerpt: This awesome series has at long last got an update. Not since the days of the old NES (Nintendo Entertainment System, an old 8 bit grey box) has this series been seen, which is a real shame. What happened to it during the 16, 32 and 64 bit updates? Nevermind eh, because it is now back on the powerful XBOX, bringing a whole new dimension (literally) the the series.
Excerpt: Before i start, if you have no patience, do not by this game, i have no patience but luckily managed to matain sanity. Thios game ask alot of you, not only is a fairly big but you will get stuck and stuck and stuck till finally hurraay you defeated the big bad nasty thing with tentacles. This game is hard, but its worth the challenge if you like a challenge.
Excerpt: "Wot no decapitations?" That was my initial reaction to the news that Ninja Gaiden would be censored for its PAL release. I was enraged. Don't know why, but there are few things more satisfying in a game than lopping an enemy's head off. Oops, did I really say that? In truth the ommission does the game little harm. Gaiden is every bit as good as its Japanese and US counterparts, just that tiny little bit less spectacular.