GameTap: Ninja Gaiden: Dragon Sword Review

GameTap writes: "If you were to tell me two years ago that Team Ninja was going to make a Ninja Gaiden game for the Nintendo DS, I would've been excited at the prospect of seeing Ryu Hayabusa return in a 2D, side-scrolling game not unlike those found on the Nintendo Entertainment system. If you then told me that they were trying to recreate the look and feel of the Xbox incarnation of Ninja Gaiden--which happens to be one of the greatest 3D action games ever made--using the DS stylus as the primary method of control, I would've laughed at the very thought. There was no way that a game that exemplifies the importance of precise movement and controls could possibly be executed in a way that would make a stylus-controlled Ninja Gaiden game feel like its console counterparts.

But Ninja Gaiden: Dragon Sword has arrived, and I can gladly say that Team Ninja has proven me wrong."

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