Summary: I really love the first 128-bit Ninja Gaiden. I played from beginning to end the Xbox Ninja Gaiden, Ninja Gaiden Black, and the PS Vita Ninja Gaiden Sigma+. I also finished Ninja Gaiden II on Xbox 360 and Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2+ on PS Vita.
at least it's better than the normal Ninja Gaiden 3
Pol "P", Amazon
29 June 2013
Summary: I purchased the original Ninja Gaiden 3 at $20 & it was ok. not as bad as they said BUT it was nowhere as good as Ninja Gaiden 1 or 2. I really just bought this for the new characters & weapons & especially for the GORE/DISMEMBERMENT.
Summary: I bought this for my son, he likes the game. I thought it was OK nothing special. I would recomend it for young children at all. Some people are leanent when it comes to these kind of games. For me I think you need to be careful.CHP
Summary: This is pretty simple. If you want the bare skeleton of Ninja Gaiden 3 with no additional weapons, no ninpo, and not hack-off-able limbs (Basically if you just want the storyline...) you still probably shouldn't buy this game.
Summary: The different weapons, dismemberment, story, characters and Ninpo did not continue with this last version. If Team ninja is thinking to release a new version every time they screwed up like Razor's edge, the franquise will lose popularity.
Summary: I really held off buying this game, but after trying out the Demo on Xbox Live, I was determined to try it. Here's my review. Graphics- The graphics look good, but there's a catch. In the past NG titles I played through, there was never an issue with texture pop-in or muddy textures.