Gamer Limit writes: "No. Definitely and emphatically no.
However, Ninja Blade does have some potential. I decided to give it a go last night, curious to how From Software and Microsoft Games Studio's take on the modern ninja in Tokyo could be any different than Ninja Gaiden. Which, I found pretty quickly, that the protagonist Ken, which seems to be a constructed rival against Ryu Hayabusa, is much different. Not only does he have a token black guy as his helicopter pilot, he has the stereotypical master that is the only one who speaks with a Japanese accent, and a team full of ninjas that sound as if they just got out of the suburbs."