The fetish-fueled developer is looking for all the criticisms and punishment you can dish out, because they believe they can handle anything you toss at them.
Dammit. I misread it as Ninja Theory. I was gonna say "CHANGE DANTE BACK!"
LOL same for me
haha i thought the same thing
me too! LOL
Someone should start a petition. "CHANGE DANTE BACK!"
Ninja Gaiden was one of the franchises listed for the 3DS. I imagine it will be a sequel to Dragon Sword and/or tie in with Ninja Gaiden 3.
Make a console version, where the game should be.
That's an optical illusion that looks like there is written Ninja theory :D
scrap queerdumb theory because its trash and give me more cleavage in the next ng game. the ds ng was was heavy in that department. but needed more. thanks dude. hope this comment helped.
I could only say: Make Ninja Gaiden 3 for the PS3, take advantage of the system, and then port it to the 360 so everyone is benefited. And, add BLOOD! (again)
they need boob sixaxis physics for all their games pls I love to juggle their boobies with my controller
NGS2 had perfect combat, and a great combination of challenge without being too cheap. Also, great final boss. Please nail it again!
Bring back Itagaki and get your sh*t together. You've taken the NG franchise and ran it into the crapper this generation. In your attempt to whore to every platform under the sun. The quality has suffered in just about every way. Then you introduced that abomination called Sigma.
dude , you forgot your sarcasm at the end of your rant
Hire better scriptwriters, Team Ninja!
FIX THE G.D. CAMERA IN FUTURE NINJA GAIDEN GAMES!!! I swear that Itagaki purposely made the camera horrible to add an illusion of greater difficulty to the NG series. But all it does is piss us off. In real life, you wouldn't miss a strike because you suddenly had to jerk your head in the opposite direction of the enemy, who happens to be RIGHT IN FRONT OF YOU!
Comparing real life to games is always fail, fail, fail. In real life, 90% of you would suck at sniping...hell, at shooting in general and the FPS genre would die. The 10% that could do it, would have nightmares about the people they've killed.
Your analogy is the biggest fail here. First off, you talk as if you're an expert at sniping. Second, this isn't about an FPS game. And third, stop pulling numbers out of your ass.
Haha, look at you getting all worked up over a sarcastic comment. I guess you missed that. Regarding the numbers--I doubt they're that far off. When 90% of the people in the military aren't snipers, you think you could do it? Really? The average person is out of shape and lacks the determination to pass something like scout sniper school. Worse, many of those who are in shape, have the determination and actually attempt it, fail. You have no idea what it takes to be a sniper, but I bet you get your opinions from Hollywood...and video games. Video games have warped your mind. Am I an expert at sniping? Nope, I couldn't do it. I am, however, actually in the military and have no desire to explain myself to some kid. As for my sarcastic reply, maybe you should work on your analogy, in general. Real life comparisons to games are all full of fail. In real life, you don't have jaggies, you'd actually get tired from all the running around you'd do if you were a ninja like Ryu, you couldn't jump that high, etc. So, you'd probably just fall over and get killed from exhaustion after the fifteenth enemy showed up. I think, if comparing to real life, jerking your head would be the least of your worries.
Here's what tells me you're NOT in the military at all, but are in fact likely a 17 year old MW2 fan. For starters, your sarcasm is weak, if you can even call it that. It's more likely you actually believed what you said and just didn't want to admit you were that stupid, so you claimed you were making a sarcastic point. Second. A person who is "in the military" is likely to be a more disciplined individual, with not much free time for a game news aggregator site, and wouldn't come off as a child like you do. Third. Do you even know what a sniper actually does? A sniper is a highly trained marksman. Their specialty is laying in wait in a concealed location for a perfect shot at their designated target. Though military training in and of itself is a grueling physical ordeal, sniping requires little physical strain and is more about mentality than physicality. A person with a sharp and focused mind, a steady hand, and a high precision rifle can be a sniper. READ: ANYONE that has those 3 things can be a sniper. Fourth. When you assume, you make an ass out of u and me. Don't presume to think you know me well enough to gauge my age, or intellect, or from where I gain any type of information. This is yet another example of why you are NOT in the military. Unless file clerk counts. Or some other, non-combat inclusive, role within said military. And finally, your final attempt at sarcastic wit is as weak as your argument originally was. Perhaps that's a credit to all the "military education" you were given. And as such, if I were a part of any armed forces you were a part of, I'd be seriously concerned for my safety. Have a nice day.
Yup, you're absolutely right. I didn't spend four years in the Marines from 2001-2005. I'm not currently in the Army now in Mosul, Iraq. Why don't you try shooting a five year old with a bomb strapped to their chest, close range, and watch their brains drip from their head before you comment on anything you've obviously never done. I take no pride in murder, but you're insulting with your arrogant lack of knowledge. No one can tell you anything you haven't read or heard about, as it seems. Even with those qualities, many people FAIL sniper school. Perhaps you care to explain then, if it's as easy as you say, why so many fail? Or maybe you care to explain why so many can't take it because of the nightmares the get for doing such acts and quit? And here you go, I think the photo says all I need to say. You can call your local emergency hotline and use the jaws of life to remove your foot from your mouth. http://img440.imageshack.us... http://img267.imageshack.us... Yup, I'm definitely NOT in the military. Edit: Oh, and I forgot, you know a minimum of 80% is required to pass? That's just the shooting. Do you have any idea how many people don't hit that from much shorter distances in the regular military and with training? You're delusional. But yeah, talk of what you know nothing about...it's the norm for N4G, why should you be any different?
You really expect that "your word" and some webshots are indicative of your alleged military service, when you are likely the largest ass hat on n4g? Wow, you own camouflage pants and a gun. I could get that anywhere in the U.S. So color me unimpressed. As for the numbers you keep pulling out of your ass, they mean nothing to me. Marksmanship is not a heavy physical burden, so trying to call it such shows your ignorance. It is mental in nature, and if people can't do it it's because they lack the mental focus to steady themselves and do it right. With sniping, it could be the simplest and smallest movement that causes a mistake. And you keep bringing up nightmares as if it matters in a test of marksmanship. It may matter in subsequent missions in a warzone, but not when you're doing it as a test, or likely the first time ever. So you fail again. And finally, what the hell was that supposed to be written on that paper? Not only does it seem to be upside down, but it's also in chicken scratch. Man, the military must have very low standards for everything but killing.
Really? I said it was a heavy physical burden? When and where? Can you read? The school is physically grueling--I said nothing post-graduation, did I? Nope. Do you always create your own reality? Do you have to be in shape? Yes, because the length of the ops can take hours and even days. So endurance is required. I don't mean endurance like you're thinking; it doesn't matter how many bags of popcorn you can down while commenting on N4G. I'm talking about real endurance. Try getting a military ID or IR flag anywhere in the U.S. You could probably special order the flag, but the ID, good luck. Again, learn to read because your comprehension sucks. I was talking about what it takes to be a sniper, that includes pre and post requirements. So, yes, being able to handle murder is an important issue--regardless of what you're shooting. Why do you think PTSD is so common? The 80% is far from made up, it's open knowledge for the public. Go ahead, wiki Scout Sniper. If you can actually do real research instead of just popping off about stuff you don't know... "It is mental in nature, and if people can't do it it's because they lack the mental focus to steady themselves and do it right." That alone shows you know nothing. There's more than just mental focus to shooting. I doubt you've ever shot a weapon as you seem to think breathing and muscle control have nothing to do with distance shooting. It's more than just focus. That doesn't even get into the stress and energy expended in actual combat. Oh, wait, you don't feel any of that playing VIDEO GAMES. That's why you compared real life to a game in the first place; you can't separate between the two. And it's where you get your overly simplistic viewpoint on everything. Once you get out of high school and into the real world, maybe you'll learn a thing or two. Like, that talking about handwriting is just stupid and definitely shows your maturity level...or lack thereof. "Oh Em Gee! Your handwriting is like, soooo sloppy!" Yeah, that's what you sounded like that last reply. Haha. Either way, I'm done wasting my time explaining myself to someone who's never left CONUS, let alone the wire. Oh, yeah, get one of these and we'll talk. http://img830.imageshack.us... "But, but, you can get fake military IDs anywhere! Like, everyone I know has one!!!!! That's not realzorz!!" Hater. Stay fat.
http://img337.imageshack.us... Here, Iraq milk and Mountain Dew. Things sure do look different overseas...not like I'd expect you'd to know since you probably still live under the comfort of your parents' house. Are you going to tell me you can get that anywhere in the states, as well? Or maybe I got it off of ebay and had it delivered in a few hours? So, now, I just happen to own ACUs, a military ID, an M16, and by coincidence, have access to things you have to special order or be in the middle east to get. Yup, all that is just the biggest and oddest group of occurrences to ever be grouped together. Regarding requirements: http://usmilitary.about.com... http://www.globalsecurity.o... http://en.wikipedia.org/wik... Those cover the basic requirements for Marine and Army snipers. Do note how it says one must be in excellent physical condition and why. Real life isn't a game. Sorry. Care to continue discussing a subject where you're obviously beyond clueless? I can make you look stupid all day...
The camera in Ninja Gaiden, especially Sigma 1, is actually great. You just have to know when and how to move it. At high levels once you start fight multiple-enemies and constantly moving a dynamic camera is essential. NG/NGB/NGS did this wonderfully. With NG2/NGS2 they got carried away with the off-screen projectile, especially NG2. But a static camera would not make it any better.
I'm not talking about using a static camera, it's just that the camera angles can leave a lot to be desired, and I think you and I played a very different version of Sigma but, it's all opinion in the end.
that's about it.
You want may critism here it is. It is taking you too long to make DOA5 for home consoles.
Fix. The. Camera.
Bring back D o A To the Ps3 and Wii
make a NG for the wii with the same engine of Metroid Other M... and please... if you gonna make a NG in the 3DS, don't make it entirely stylus based... i liked the microphone touch tough...
scrap that ridiculous breast physics code you've been using for your last few games, seriously, it look absolutely ludicrous. and don't make your ai so bloody cheap, and dont resort to cheap trick to make your bosses harder, alpha was one of, if not, the most annoying bosses in video games. if it wasn't stupid camera angles it was full screen visual effects that prevented you from seeing what was going on to bosses just downright cheating. the doa games were great other than the cheap ai and cheating bosses.
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