Ninja Gaiden (Sega Master System) Review

I’m very fond of the Ninja Gaiden series. I loved the Xbox game, Dragon Sword, and the first two NES classics. However there was a Sega Master System Ninja Gaiden that was developed by Sega not Tecmo. I was always interested to see how it played. It looks a lot more colorful than the NES…

Things I Like: Ninja Gaiden II: The Dark Sword of Chaos

I loved the NES game, so I gave the sequel a shot a bit later on. It’s pretty much like its predecessor, except a bit easier when it comes to combat. However the platforming gets a bit tricky at times. Even though it’s easier than the first, it’s still a hard game. The first game…

Things I Hate: Ninja Gaiden II (Xbox 360)

Man I tried to love this game like I loved the Xbox reboot of the series. Sure it had better graphics and buckets of blood. But the gameplay was hollow, and the enemies were lamer than Super Sentai/Power Ranger’s villains. The game lost its whole soul. I’m glad Itagaki lost his job over it.

Ninja Gaiden (Sega Game Gear) Review

Like the Sega Master System Ninja Gaiden, this is another “lost” Ninja Gaiden game. Many people remember the recent ones, and the NES trilogy, but the Game Gear got a unique version of it’s own. The graphics are simple, but the gameplay is bit more Shinobi than NES-Gaiden. I frankly like it since I thought…

My Top Ten NES Games #9: Ninja Gaiden

After debuting with a forgettable¬†Double Dragon clone in the arcades, the NES version took a downgrade in graphics but made up for it with gameplay. Ninja Gaiden on NES is almost like Castlevania but much faster and with ninjas; instead of whip-cracking Europeans. You move like¬†lightning, use ninja stars, sword slashes, and some decent power-ups…