Ninja Gaiden II for the Xbox 360
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  • The action can often get somewhat bloody but unfortunately the blood doesn’t seem to flow with that much authentic realism and does look a little cartoonish and badly animated which distracts a little from the feel of the game


    • by Adrian Bingham
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      Ninja Gaiden is an action game series in the same vein as Devil May Cry though it is it can’t be classed as a clone or a copy but stands apart with it’s own unique system of gameplay and game mechanics.

      As a player of the game you take control of Ryu as deadly ninja assassin as you traverse each of the set piece locations you will engage in combat with a number of


      onscreen enemies who you will dispatch using a variety of ninja weapons such as the dragon sword and dual wielded katanas and your deadly ninja skills of course. As a ninja you can of course run along walls and back flip and all the cool stuff you would expect you would be able to do as a ninja. The game is often bloody and gory and you do get to brutally dismember your opponents slicing off arms and legs by the score. Better to lop off heads however as dismembered opponents often go berserk making them that much more of a threat.

      The graphics while not spectacular do their job and convey the heat of the action adequately. Particular attention has been paid to the details of the enemy models and the end of stage bosses. The action can often get somewhat bloody but unfortunately the blood doesn’t seem to flow ...


      • Ninja Gaiden II for the Xbox 360
      with that much authentic realism and does look a little cartoonish and badly animated which distracts a little from the feel of the game.

      Ninja Gaiden II is harder than nails and not for the casual gamer however the learning curve is well balanced. Survival depends on your reflexes and ability to dodge on coming attacks.

      Audio is very competent, the music while unremarkable accompanies the action well and there are a host of brutal sound

      effects to accompany the blood soaked action.

      Overall Ninja Gaiden II is a great game and lives up to the everything you would expect from a game that puts you in the shoes of a ninja assassin. It’s tough and gory however so not something for young kids, your grandmother or someone who would prefer something a nice pleasant relaxing game. This is full pulse pounding gritty ninja action that will have you on the edge of your seat.




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