PC - Windows
Ninja Senki Dx
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About this game
Developer: Tribute Games Inc.
Content Rating: Everyone10+
When Princess Kinuhime is slain by a demon, Hayate becomes obsessed with revenge! Casting aside the art of invisibility, the blue ninja unleashes the power of shurikenjutsu upon mythological creatures, demons and other adversaries in his action-filled quest for vengeance!
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- OS: Vista or later
- Processor: Intel Core™ Duo or faster
- Memory: 512 MB RAM
- Graphics: 256 MB
- Storage: 50 MB available space
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Even for a game priced at five dollars, Ninja Senki DX is a letdown. What could have been another classic addition to the Tribute Games lineup instead ends up feeling like any generic retro-inspired indie game. It’s far from terrible, but with so many other great games out there that do a much better reminding you of the NES days, there’s no need to pick up one that does a sub-par job at it. Save your nostalgic urges for something with more meat on it.
Ninja Senki DX is an arcade game, and with that comes some baggage. For it's incredible controls, it has balancing issues that seem easily rectified. Cheap kills can be made up for by an incredible world, and there seems to be some of it here. For the rather low-key graphics, it still manages to work. It would be foolish to miss out on Ninja Senki DX's retro charm, but if you have a hefty backlog, it's not something you need to rush into. So, in summary, it should definitely be experienced by fans of the genre, but it can wait.
Los que busquen una experiencia desafiante, la van a encontrar en este juego con un toque retro que en general puedo calificar como de muy buena calidad. Su presentación es impecable y su soundtrack muy bueno. Una ventaja que permitirá que muchos lo jueguen es un precio bastante reducido que está equilibrado con lo que este título ofrece. Insisto, en definitiva no es malo pero tampoco tan brillante como otros trabajos de Tribute, digamos que es bueno.