Tagged: Ninja Gaiden

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Ninja Gaiden 3 Razors Edge review

Ninja Gaiden 3 Razor’s Edge is one of many enhanced ports from HD consoles coming over to Nintendo’s dual-screen wonder with some added touch screen controls for the Gamepad and some new additions to the Ninja Gaiden gameplay to tweak what was, to be fair, a pretty average affair when it came out last year. Unfortunately I’m playing this game off the back of the sublime Devil May Cry remake as well which doesn’t help matters, and things are further compounded due to a game breaking bug fairly early on in the game which halted my progress so I’ll give...

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Ninja Gaiden Dragon Sword review

This is Ryu Hayabusa’s first outing on the Nintendo DS and I’ve been itching to play it ever since I saw footage of the interesting control method. You hold the DS like a book and draw on the screen to control the little Ninja. He follows where you drag the stylus and swipes and swooshes at his enemies when you draw through them. If you’ve ever played Zelda: Phantom Hourglass you’ll get into this straight away and this is actually great fun to play. Occasionally you’re left scribbling the screen like a teenager desperately trying to finish an exam before...

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Ninja Gaiden DS demo

The good news is that there is now an exclusive and very fun demo of Ninja Gaiden Dragon Sword on the new Wii Nintendo Channel. The bad news is that it will not be there for very long. You only have until June 26th (which is the Ninja Gaiden Dragon Sword Release date) to download this impressive looking demo. Already being touted as having some of the best graphics on the Nintendo DS, this is a great chance to have a sneak preview of how this highly anticipated game plays. In a similar manner to Brain Training, you hold your...

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Ninja Gaiden Dragon Sword

Time to preview a game I only saw for the first time today when I stumbled upon it by accident online. It’s Ninja Gaiden Dragon Sword for the Nintendo DS and this one’s got me very excited as it doesn’t use any buttons on the handheld, just the stylus. You also play the game with the DS turned on its side as if you were playing Brain Training or Hotel Dusk. It’s an all new story with a female Ninja who is Hiyabusa’s apprentice form the Ninja Gaiden console games. It’s set between Ninja Gaiden 1 and 2 and will...