Games: Review:Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2

The Ninja Gaiden franchise was once synonymous with its unrelentingly difficult 1989 Nes ancestor, but now, 20 years later, it’s starting to look like the Field Of Dreams of videogames. Since being revived in 2004 as a separates-the-boys-from-the-men challenging Xbox game, it was subsequently refined, tweaked, and re-released twice over the next three years before reaching across the aisle and landing on the PlayStation 3 with Ninja Gaiden Sigma. And so, after last year’s release of Ninja Gaiden II on the Xbox 360, its fine-tuned sibling Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 is now coming to the PlayStation 3. Sigma ...
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