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Last Ninja 2 is not perfect, but still ranks amongst the finest games to be found on the system. Visually and aurally stunning, with some decent (and challenging) gameplay to boot, this is a thoroughly good game and one that represents great value for your 500 point investment. Bring on the final chapter!
Neben dem teils hohen Schwierigkeitsgrad, ist das Gesamtpaket von The Last Ninja 2 wirklich vorzeigbar. Schöne Grafik, grandioser Sound und unterhaltsames Gameplay, dank gelungenem Adventureanteil. Der ein oder andere wird sich an den kniffligen Sprungpassagen und am eher langsamen Gameplay stören, doch Action-Adventure Fans mit Retro-Faible kommen hier durchaus auf ihre Kosten und dürfen einen Soundtrack der Extraklasse genießen.
The Last Ninja 2: Back with a Vengeance is regarded by many seasoned Commodore 64 veterans as one of the finest games ever made for the platform, and it's nice to see it follow its predecessor into the American Wii Shop for a Virtual Console re-release. Gamers who've played and enjoyed the first Last Ninja adventure, on sale in the Shop since last February, should jump right in and invest 500 Wii Points here to keep Armakuni's journey going.
While Last Ninja 2 was a welcome sequel in 1988, it's still blighted by these same problems when played on the Wii twenty years on. Remember then, that this score is not just for The Last Ninja 2 in general, but for The Last Ninja 2 as a digital download on the Wii. Dig out your old fudgebox and load the tape and I bet it's still a blast. Playing it through the prism of this technology? Not so much.