eXophase: "There are some misconceptions surrounding Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z. First and foremost, people seem to think it’s vastly similar to something you’d see coming from the mind of Suda51. Hell, I was one of those people. Well, it’s not. It’s also not as accessible as you might think it is. Last, this isn’t exactly your typical Ninja Gaiden game, even though it is brutally difficult at times. Those three points serve as both benefits and detriments to Ninja Gaiden Z, and they create a truly polarizing game that you’re bound to like, detest, or both."