NINJA GAIDEN SIGMA PLUS review for PlayStation Vita - CGR Undertow
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Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus - Vita

The millionth re-release of Ninja Gaiden and the game still holds up.
  • Release date: 2012
  • Genre: Action
  • Developer: Team Ninja
  • Publisher: Tecmo
  • Rating: Mature (M)
  • Players: 1-Player
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Analogue Pixel Reviews
solid port of an excellent game. what more could you ask for?

This is one of my favorite ps vita games I never played any previous games on the previous consoles, yet this game got me it. Me becoming a ninja and killing other ninja with many different weapons. It's a must play game if you have a vita.

This is the a meh port of a fantastic game. The game looks and controls fairly well, yet its FPS drops made me wish I actually owned the console version of the game. Ninja Gaiden is a great action game with tons of weapons and levels, yet the Vita version's FPS drops ultimately make the game less enjoyable. That being said, I'd still recommend this game to anyone dying to play a CRAZY action game on the go.


NINJA GAIDEN SIGMA PLUS review for PlayStation Vita
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