CrispyGamer Review: Ninja Blade

Ken Ogawa must have a bad case of Hayabusa envy. He's starring in a game that's clearly looking to capitalize on the popularity of Tecmo's long-lived Ninja Gaiden franchise, but the bizarre monster threats and backstory don't hold any of the slick appeal of Ryu Hayabusa's various adventures. You know how Ryu's dad sacrifices himself nobly, like, twice in the modern Gaiden games? Let's just say Ken's dad does something different.

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