Ninja Gaiden Sigma User Reviews


Third Time's a Charm

The good:

- Improved graphics
- Effective gameplay
- Smarter AI
- More challenging missions
- New features and content such as weapons

The bad:

- Rachel as a playable character
- Some minor loading issues
- Recycled cutscenes


No, you're not hallucinating. That is actual gameplay.

Graphics: 5/5 - Going out on a limb with this 'perfect' score, but have you seen this game? Simply take a look at the picture above. Plenty more where that came from. The graphics truly show the power of the next-gen consoles, in this case, the PS3. I don't think anyone can disagree that it's graphically amazing.

Two swords, sweet! Blood, *bleep* yeah.

Gameplay: 4.5/5 - The gameplay is as good as ever in this third version, certainly noticeable differences. From being able to shoot arrows in mid-air, to using the Ultimate Technique witho...


Ninja Gaiden Sigma

The good:

~ The graphics.
~ The Improved gameplay.
~ Improved AI of enemies.
~ New weapons and missions.
~ New playable character with Rachel.
~ New bosses and unlockable mission mode.

The bad:

~ Reuses old Xbox Cutscenes.


Ninja Gaiden is a game that amazed fans back when it was released for the original Xbox. It was faced paced, action packed, had a story that wouldn't just bring you to the edge of your seat, but would also throw you off and pin you to the ground with the sheer G-force.

Skip ahead a few years to the release of Ninja Gaiden Black, also for the original Xbox. This reincarnation of the original blockbuster was a hit because it gave us the same experienced with and expanded set of weapons from the original, sporting improved graphics and a better AI system, adding to the game's already monumental...

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