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There's no doubt that this is playable. It's great fun and very, very difficult. The frustration builds, but it only makes you want another go. The range of weapons available is enormous and the use of magic potions and recipes adds to the fun. Buy it if you're after a Shinobi-style romp, but fans of the arcade games will be gravely disappointed.
Ninja Gaiden comes to the PC! Same as the 8-bit but with more colors and detail. It feels and plays just like the old 8-bit NES version. I liked that one and I like this one even better...good stuff!
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All in all, Ninja Ryūkenden is a hard and frustrating action platformer but, difficulty aside, its enduring popularity is due, no doubt, to moments of pure brilliance and creativity sadly sprinkled with irritating gameplay paradoxes.
Die Spielbarkeit ist zwar solide, dafür erinnern Grafik und Sound an die frühen 80er Jahre. Mir ist schleierhaft, warum Hudson ausgerechnet den ersten Teil der Ninja-Gaiden-Saga adaptieren mußte - kaum Gags, kaum Ideen, keine Überraschungen. Alles in allem kein übles Modul, aber in vielen Belangen nicht mehr ganz zeitgemäß.