The Ninja has perfected five techniques to help him on his voyage. As he scourges each zone to eliminate the enemies, items appear from trash cans, signs, etc. His mission is to fight his ... See full summary »
The Ninja has perfected five techniques to help him on his voyage. As he scourges each zone to eliminate the enemies, items appear from trash cans, signs, etc. His mission is to fight his way through six U.S. cities and destroy the enemy. Written by
A truly nes experience, a classic, one of the bests
With new gaming focused more on graphics than anything else is refreshing & rewarding to put again my hands on such a great & precise piece of entertainment, as a kid was even better than cartoons & extremely addictive. (Ok, i admit it videogames are not good for children or sane people, when you get so deep into them you end up alienated from other people, but who cares, at the end life's to enjoy isn't it?) This game along other classics i will recommend at the end of this posts are even soft in violent content as new videogames like 3d shooters. There's even a new version of Ninja Gaiden i regret (xbox, playstation 2) it will never be like the old one, NEVER EVER! I dare to say that the original ninja gaiden has even better music! KILLER soundtrack!!!!
Cool oldie Nintendo games:
Castlevania (the trilogy for nes) Contra & Super C Megaman (All the 6!!!! & #2 was a favorite) Metal Gear & Snake's revenge. (play also the playstation one, is one of the best translations from old to new videogaming ever)
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