Ayuh. [http://www.escapistmagazine.com/articles/view/editorials/op-ed/4998-There-s-Easy-and-There-s-Team-Ninja-Easy]Eagle Est1986 said:Would other people agree that this game is easier than the last game on the Xbox? Haven't had a chance to play it yet, still distracted by MGS4.
No, that wasn't just you. Defeating some bosses was indeed a glorious feat.Karisse said:I can't say I missed the hair-pulling frustration of older games, but I did miss jumping out of my seat, trash talking the television as I threw my controller onto the ground after finally beating a boss.
What? Was that just me?
But The Don't have going up agenist Undead archers..... up a samll path and falling and go back up as they RESPAWN.....Good timesBleachedBlind said:I found this to actually be more difficult than the last because I felt they took away a part of what I loved about the last Ninja Gaiden. In the previous and all its recreations, it was a truly challenging game, but it could be overcome. Almost everything that enemies had to throw at you could be blocked, countered, or dodged depending on the attack. Ninja Gaiden II greatly increased the amount of unblockable attacks and grabs, which can be especially troublesome when the camera doesn't allow you to get any kind of functional view of the battle. I think they actually took it from "I should have done X here instead of Y" to "WTF? What am I supposed to do about that?"