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Submitted by Incipio 193d ago | review

PSLS - Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z Review (PS3)

From PSLS:

"Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z is a strange beast.

Bursting forth from the minds of Team Ninja, Spark Unlimited and Comcept, what we have here is one part graphic novel, one part zombie apocalypse and one part Ninja Gaiden. The concoction is something to wonder about, considering these three elements in and of themselves were, or are, fantastic things and together could appeal to many people." (PS3, Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z) 5.5/10

ftwrthtx  +   193d ago
I didn't have high hopes for the game, and it didn't disappoint.
dbjj12088  +   193d ago
Sounds about right. I wouldn't be surprised to see Tecmo Koei absorbed into another JP company like Index was. Seems like they have a decent IP library but no idea what to do with it.

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