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Submitted by Venomousfatman 906d ago | review

Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 Plus Review – Portable Ninja Action

Ninja Gaiden 2 was a sequel to the beloved reboot of Team Ninja’s franchise that took crazy ninja action to a whole new level. Beloved by fans of the hack and slash genre, Ninja Gaiden 2 was heralded as a fantastic addition to the series with a difficulty level that pushed anyone to their limit. Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 was the rerelease on PlayStation 3 that added additional content for fans of the game while still maintaining the aspects that many gamers fell in love with the first time. Now Sony is looking to bring the crazy ninja action to portables with the release of Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 Plus, a follow-up to the previously released Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus for the PlayStation Vita. Is the tale of Ryu Hayabusa still worthy of a third round? Sony and Team Ninja are hoping that newly added content and game modes can still keep fans coming back for more, while at the same time bringing in newcomers to the series. (Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 Plus, PS Vita) -

rbailey  +   906d ago
As a Vita owner myself, I'm not too impressed by the lack of quality titles. Glad to know many are on the way later this year, but so far a pretty disappointing launch imo.
Cupid_Viper_3  +   906d ago
Hi dear Vita owner, can you name any 1 year old console or handheld with a better launch line up? I'll wait.
WeAreLegion  +   906d ago
I'll be waiting, too...
PS4isKing_82  +   906d ago
How old are you guys? 12? PS2 and dreamcast both had way better games during their first year than the vita.
Example 1: PS2 had games like onimusha, ATV offroad fury, ssx, gran turismo 3 A spec, silent hill 2, devil may cry and more all within its first year or so on the market.

Example 2: Dreamcast had games like soul calibur, sonic adventure, grandia 2, re: code veronica, crazy taxi, shenmue, skies of arkadia, sega gt and more all within its first year or so on the market as well.

I don't own a vita yet, simply cause there just aren't enough games on it to justify the current asking price. However I do plan on getting one sometime this year as I'm sure more games will be coming out for it that catch my interests.
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ElectroJade  +   906d ago
Another reason to get the vita. :)
guitarded77  +   906d ago
Decent review. I still have to finish Sigma Plus on the Vita, but plan to get this when I can score it for $20... Or maybe I'll get lucky and get it with PS+ by the time it hits that price point. Sigma is probably in my current top 10 of Vita games, so either way is fine. I think Ninja Gaiden is perfect for on the go gaming.

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