Submitted by mathsman 588d ago | review

In-depth Review: Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 Plus - Electronic Theatre

Over the years since Ninja Gaiden’s Xbox revival the public and critical reception that series has received has been somewhat like a yo-yo. Initially finding acclaim thanks to its’ harsh learning curve and dynamic, violent action sequences it wasn’t long until the tendency to readdress and repackage existing software was criticised as little being more than an effort to spin a quick buck. The comprehensive quality of the PlayStation 3’s revision of Ninja Gaiden 2 soon hushed those naysayers, but then came Ninja Gaiden 3 and the unfairly harsh commentary of Team NINJA following the departure of a key figure from their team. (Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 Plus, PS Vita) 83/100

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