Submitted by Lavalamp 748d ago | review

Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 Plus Review | Worth Playing

Worth Playing: "At its core, Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 Plus isn't a bad action game. The action is still very combo-heavy and less tolerant of simple button-mashing tactics. The story is decent enough for those who can tolerate the typical plots of action-heavy anime, and there is a decent amount of gameplay to be had. The constant decrease in the resolution and the frame rate is disheartening, and the camera issues can be frustrating. There's no real reason for those who have played the game on the PS3 or Xbox 360 to consider this port, especially since nothing of significance was added in this iteration. For Vita owners, this isn't a bad title, but it's only recommended if you've already gone through the first game and experienced the polish there. You also shouldn't play the game on anything above the normal difficulty level — consider yourself warned." (Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 Plus, PS Vita) 6.5/10

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