Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 Pro Reviews

Average Review Score: 8.2/10

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Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 Reviews

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Gaming Evolution 9.2/10 Nov 06 '09
IGN PS3 8.4/10 Sep 22 '09
Unlimited Zig Works 3/7 Jan 16 '11
1UP A- Sep 29 '09
AtomicGamer 90% Oct 01 '09
Computer and Video Games 8.7/10 Sep 18 '09
Destructoid 7.5/10 Sep 30 '09
EuroGamer  --- Sep 29 '09
Games Radar 9/10 Sep 29 '09
GameSpot 8.5/10 Sep 30 '09
GameZone 9.0/10 Sep 22 '09
Kombo PS3 8.5/10 Oct 03 '09
Strategy Informer 8.0/10 Oct 20 '09
Wonderwall 8.8/10 Oct 05 '09
Worthplaying 8.0/10 Oct 19 '09
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Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 Previews

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Destructoid Jun 05 '09
Worthplaying Mar 27 '09
EuroGamer Jun 29 '09
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"The original Ninja Gaiden 2, while a solid game, could have been better: inconsistent pacing and brutally cheap moments weighed down an otherwise fantastic experience. With Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2, despite the absence of former director Tomonobu Itagaki, Team Ninja has made a well-developed action game that surpasses its predecessor; Sigma 2 retains the developer's signature raw style while excising NG2's bloat and excess. In the first game, incendiary Ninja enemies armed with explosive shurikens were a huge pain and almost insurmountable on harder difficulties. The huge explosion after beating the armadillo boss in the Daedalus level was an unexpected cheap shot, and an instant death if you didn't block in time. And the game's compulsory puzzles required boring backtracking and rote memorization. With Sigma 2, Team Ninja clearly listened to and implemented player feedback; they wisely omitted the instant death property on the armadillo explosion, and they edited several levels by taking out some of the duller puzzles. The result sharpens those pieces, and ultimately, the whole."
"The PS3 version of Ninja Gaiden 2 gets super-special treatment."
"When people think of ridiculously difficult action games, they tend to gravitate instantly toward Ninja Gaiden. Personally, I feel Ninja Gaiden relies instead on being "annoying" rather..."
"Purple rain."
"The kinder cut."
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