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Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus (PS Vita)

Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus (PS Vita)
alaScore 85

47 reviews

Dec, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 47 reviews of Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus (PS Vita). The average rating for this product is 3.9/5, compared to an average rating of 3.7/5 for other PlayStation Vita Games for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation Vita Games the Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus (PS Vita) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 85/100 = Very good quality.

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(Based on 47 reviews)

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Amazon.com review summary for Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus (PS Vita)

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 5 user reviews of Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus (PS Vita) from Amazon.com. The average user rating for this product is 4.8/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.2/5 for other PlayStation Vita Games on Amazon.com.

100% of the reviews on Amazon.com give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the product: Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus- PSV

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Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus (PS Vita)

 

The path of the ninja is a difficult and deadly one. It's brutal and bloody, and if you have the skills to walk it, it's immensely satisfying. 2007's for the PlayStation 3 was a great update of one of the greatest action games of all time. Now, it's on...

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Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus: Ryu gets a third encore

 

If there's anything the Ninja Gaiden series is known for, it's these two things: it's undeniably slick and punishingly difficult. Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus, a 2012 Vita-enhanced port of the 2007 PS3-enhanced port of the 2005 remastered version of the...

Combat is still slick, extra features abound, touch-screen aiming is nice

You may have played it one of the other three times, motion control is weird

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Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus Review

 

There are six ninjas on your Vita. Right now.

Game is still super pretty; Plenty of weapons and upgrades; Still what it was

Controls are sketchy at times

There are plenty of weapons, skills, and armor to find throughout the world, perfect to power up your personal Ryu and search for the sword his clan was charged with protecting. When you get down to it, Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus is the same game that was...

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Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus Review

 

The original Ninja Gaiden has seen more re-releases and special editions than some Capcom fighters. Ryu Hayabusa has been on almost every system since Team Ninja resurrected the...

Awesome action in your hands ; Fast-paced ; Looks fantastic ; Plenty of content

Not much new content ; Camera is still a pain

The original Ninja Gaiden has seen more re-releases and special editions than some Capcom fighters. Ryu Hayabusa has been on almost every system since Team Ninja resurrected the series back in 2004, so why should the Vita be any different? Ninja Gaiden...

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Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus Review

 

Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus stumbles with its incorporation of the Vita's features, but harnessing the skills of Ryu Hayabusa is as electrifying as ever.

Exceptional combat ; Superb animation ; Lots of great content

Camera struggles in tight spaces ; Problematic integration of touch controls

Sigma Plus looks gorgeous on the Vita. Silky-smooth animations make the brutal combat captivating, and though the environments look a bit sterile by current standards, solid art design gives the varied regions you explore an exotic sense of history....

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Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus Review

 

For the most part, Ninja Gaiden has been synonymous with quality in the past few generations. But after you make the same game four times, even the lightning-speed action that remains amazingly fast and fluid starts to feel a little…old. There's...

The Ugly: “The game is hard enough without having to battle the camera as well as the baddies.”

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Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus PlayStation Vita Review

 

To that end, it's one of the toughest games to come along in a decade. A Hero mode makes things easier, but for the most part, you'll easily run through (and run out of) special Elixirs while locking swords with a host of adversaries. Developer Team...

Thrilling blood-soaked adventure, controls well-suited to Vita, runs almost perfectly on Sony's machine, Ninja Trials extend the game's longevity, Hero mode caters to newcomers

Minor camera issues, cheap enemies, graphics unchanged since 2004

In theory, Tecmo Koei's Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus is the oldest PlayStation Vita launch game. It's a port of a 2007 PS3 adventure, which is a port of a 2004 Xbox title, but here's the thing. The original Ninja Gaiden currently holds 91 and 92 percent...

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Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus

 

You've probably played this game. Any well-versed gamer should have played Ninja Gaiden in some form at least once before. It was a big deal on the original Xbox as it marked the return of the classic Ninja Gaiden. Later we saw re-releases as Ninja...

If you've never played Ninja Gaiden before and want a great game for your Vita at launch, Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus would be a solid choice. Just take my advice and skip Hero mode. If you've already played Sigma or Black, you're not missing much with...

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Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus Review

 

Ninja Gaiden makes its fourth debut in eight years on the PlayStation Vita, but is it worth picking up the Dragon Sword again?

If you weren’t crazy about Ninja Gaiden the last three times, this is the same game, so keep walking. Likewise if you already played either Black or Sigma, you’re probably ok to hold off, too. But for those of you that only played the 2004 original, or...

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Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus

 

Team Ninja's Vita port works some interesting ninja magic.

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