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The Games Machine (UK)
Bearing in mind the C64's limited colour and resolution, the graphics are an accurate representation of their arcade selves. Sound is mediocre and does the job.
ACE (Advanced Computer Entertainment)
As a beat-em-up, it's great. There's lots of variety both in the backdrops and enemies, so it takes a while to get bored, and it's learnable, meaning you can get a little further every time. A fine arcade version from the people that brought you Silkworm and Continental Circus.
Cette version bénéficie d'une réalisation de qualité, avec de bons graphismes, des décors variés et une animation rapide. L'action est très prenante et les adversaires sont suffisamment variés pour soutenir l'intérêt de jeu. Contrairement aux versions 16 bits, il n'est hélas pas possible de jouer à deux. Ninja Warriors figure parmi les meilleures conversions d'arcade sur C 64.
A respectable amount of blood keeps up appeal, but play is at times too samey. Even so, it's good for a while and always worth coming back to on a wet afternoon.