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On ne peut quand même pas se permettre de dépenser 2000 francs et ne jouer que deux heures (sans connaître le jeu) pour voir la fin, cela fait cher la minute! Ce problème est donc épineux. Sans tenir compte du prix, Ninja Combat est quand même le meilleur Beat'Em Up, et ce sur toutes machines confondues.
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The presentation is top notch, with arcade quality graphics and sound, and even an arcade style attract mode. On the bottom line, this game is fulfilling what the Neo Geo promises - a standard arcade machine for the home.
The Video Game Critic
While it's nice to have more characters, it's frustrating that these new fighters can't pick up and use weapons (for no reason I can surmise). Another thing I don't appreciate is having to face the same bosses over and over, three or four times. Enough already! The quality of the sound effects in Ninja Combat is also terrible, with muffled grunts and girls who scream "Help! Help!" nonstop. As aggravating as the one player mode is, the two-player mode is even more chaotic and senseless. Oh, and I'm not a big fan of unlimited continues - I think they pretty much suck. And Ninja Combat is one game where you'll be SORRY to have more continues!