Ninja Gaiden II (Xbox 360)

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Expertenbewertung von: Ugly Bob (original-gamer.com)

Ninja Gaiden II Review

 

The sequel to the best action game ever arrives and promises lots of gameplay changes. We'll see.

Replay value is a total 180 from Ninja Gaiden. Once you complete a set difficulty, you can start over with increased life and all your weapons. Being able to play the early stages and killing the first boss in two hits is a truly awesome experience....

Jan 2009

Expertenbewertung von: Jeremy Swindle (360-gamer.com)

Ninja Gaiden 2- Xbox 360

 

It's one of those questions that theknowledgeable gamer must deal withwhenever a non-gaming relative, friend or -if you're really unlucky – burglar feels theymust comment over your shoulder about yourgame-playing habits, and they're doing it...

Ninja Gaiden II is another game that couldtrace it’s combat back to the ancient sideways-scrollingbeat-’em-ups of the 1980s that easilydifferentiates itself from the bitmappedbrawling of Double Dragon by featuring blockand evade moves that are easily...

Expertenbewertung von: Thomas McDermott (darkzero.co.uk)

Ninja Gaiden II (Xbox 360) review

 

A few years ago Ninja Gaiden arguably set the standard for action games. It was loved for many a reason, but if you asked its most ardent fans they would be adamant that they treasured the title because of its firm but fair difficulty level....

So, in the end the game is best described as an acceptable update in terms of presentation, but regretfully somewhat lacking in the new gameplay features the move to a new generation should demand. Regretfully, it is far from the spectacular game many...

Jul 2008

Expertenbewertung von: Geoff_Hunt (gamerevolution.com)

Ninja Gaiden II review for the XBOX360

 

Can you handle the heat?

Genuinely challenging game; Fantastic action; Excellent visuals; Slick animations; Makes you man up and eat that hot pepper

though it may cause you to break controllers; Cannot hear voice acting in some cutscenes; Incoherent story; Re-fighting bosses

With so many elements pushing you to switch down to the lower difficulty, it's hard not taking the easier course. No bones about it, this game is incredibly hard, and it will frustrate you to no end. The thing is, the game's at its best when it's...

Jun 2008

Expertenbewertung von: Richard Wakeling (thunderboltgames.com)

Ninja Gaiden II - Xbox 360 review at Thunderbolt Games

 

Ninja Gaiden II has become a significant title over the past few weeks. If you've been following the gaming news you would have heard of Tomonobu Itagaki's departure from Tecmo as a result of some alleged incidents within the company. So, in a way,...

Jun 2008

Expertenbewertung von: SHAUN CONLIN (evergeek.com)

Ninja Gaiden II

 

If you like your decapitations with a fountainous blood-spurt chaser, your severed limbs to do a little death-throe wiggle, your dismembered torsos to work as projectiles in a pinch, then oh boy, is Ninja Gaiden II for you.

When Ninja Gaiden came out of Xbox back in '04, it was both lauded as the best ninja game ever made and decried by all but the ardent as exceedingly difficult, frustratingly so. Ninja Gaiden II for Xbox 360 is more forgiving -- still tough as nails,...

Jun 2008

Expertenbewertung von: Keith B (hellbored.com)

Ninja Gaiden II review

 

Reviewing a game after it comes out, as opposed to before it's released in the form of preview code, is usually not the best way to do things. But in the case of Ninja Gaiden II, it's served a useful purpose. You see, not only did the series creator...

Ninja Gaiden and the other offshoots of the brand have been well received, but does relentless hack and slash combat still cut it in today's gaming world?

Jun 2008

Expertenbewertung von: Matt Cabral (atomicgamer.com)

Ninja Gaiden II Review

 

Ninja Gaiden was an astounding entry on Microsoft's original big, black box; it redefined the action genre with bar-raising visuals and amazing gameplay. Years later, it's still considered one of the console's crowning achievements and one of the best...

Whether you’ve been slaying fiends for years or are just learning the power of Ninpo, it doesn’t matter; Ninja Gaiden 2 is a game all action fans should spin in their 360s. Be prepared for gore like you’ve never seen; blood flows like an over-active...

Jun 2008

Expertenbewertung von: D+PAD Staff (dpadmagazine.com)

Ninja Gaiden II

 

Ryu Hayabusa stands poised and waiting. Feet planted into the tarmac of a storm-ravaged New York, his posture betraying little concern at the snarling horde of demons rushing his position. With a flash of steel his sword is drawn and he begins to run....

Jun 2008

Expertenbewertung von: (peoww.co.uk)

Ninja Gaiden II (360)

 

Separating the men from the boys and we don't even qualify as a foetus.

There’s a schizophrenia inherent to NG2. In the same hour you can experience the agony and the ecstasy of what it has to offer. I don’t know which side will be your lasting impression. The inclusion of new features already present in the Sigma...

Jun 2008