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Ninja Gaiden 2 (Xbox 360)

Platform : Xbox 360
55 customer reviews

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  • Exhilarating ninja action. Assuming the role of a ninja warrior, players will experience an all-new combat system that requires skill and mastery of their full arsenal of weapons, including Obliteration Techniques that allow players to quickly and stylish
  • Easy to play but hard to master. The new auto-healing system in Ninja Gaiden 2, featuring semi-permanent damage restored at save points, is the natural evolution of the franchise's distinctive gameplay and introduces a new twist to managing health. With a
  • Massive content and engrossing story. The themes of revenge and friendship in Ninja Gaiden 2 give rise to a series of dramatic events to create a truly compelling story. From Tokyo to New York and to the netherworld, the story will lead players through a
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  • Platform:   Xbox 360
  • BBFC Rating: Suitable for 18 years and over Suitable for 18 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 18. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 18 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B0012PX9HS
  • Item Weight: 136 g
  • Release Date: 6 Jun. 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (55 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 7,705 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Product Description

Ninja Gaiden 2 makes its long-awaited debut on Xbox 360 as the blockbuster action-packed sequel to Ninja Gaiden. Ninja Gaiden 2 features a new and improved game engine, developed from the ground up exclusively for Microsoft and Xbox 360 by Team Ninja and legendary game developer Tomonobu Itagaki, creator of the famed "Dead or Alive" franchise. In Ninja Gaiden 2 , gamers must guide Ryu Hayabusa on a mission to avenge his clan and prevent the destruction of the human race. Armed with an assortment of ninja weaponry, players must help Ryu skillfully maneuver through a world fraught with peril and danger. Ninja Gaiden 2 will feature an all-new gameplay engine, a new auto-health regeneration system, levels, adventures, enemies and thrilling combat with an extensive assortment of ninja weaponry, representing a true evolution of the highly popular franchise.

Manufacturer's Description

Ninja Gaiden 2 makes its long-awaited debut on Xbox 360 as the blockbuster action-packed sequel to Ninja Gaiden. Ninja Gaiden 2 features a new and improved game engine, developed from the ground up exclusively for Microsoft and Xbox 360 by Team Ninja and legendary game developer Tomonobu Itagaki, creator of the famed "Dead or Alive" franchise.

In Ninja Gaiden 2, gamers must guide Ryu Hayabusa on a mission to avenge his clan and prevent the destruction of the human race. Armed with an assortment of ninja weaponry, players must help Ryu skillfully maneuver through a world fraught with peril and danger. Ninja Gaiden 2 will feature an all-new gameplay engine, a new auto-health regeneration system, levels, adventures, enemies and thrilling combat with an extensive assortment of ninja weaponry, representing a true evolution of the highly popular franchise.


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4.2 out of 5 stars

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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Mark Hilton on 10 Aug. 2008
Fancy yourself as a big time games player? Good. Because nothing can prepare you for the sheer lunacy on offer in Ninja Gaiden 2. Anyone who thought the first game was hard had better not even bother with this. But like anything else, practice makes perfect.

1 hour in: Getting hammered! From the very first screen, you're surrounded by enemies. And they just keep coming. Armed with nothing but your trusty sword, you'll need lightning fast reflexes just to keep the enemies at bay, let alone progress through the level. And then there are the bosses. Christ! Expect to be hurling significantly colourful language at the screen.

3 hours in: Still getting hammered! Will the pain never end? By this point you'll have picked up about three different weapons, killed some 10,000 enemies, and lost roughly 10 years of your lifespan. But it soon becomes apparent that you must utilise every one of Ryu's weapons, use counter attacks with perfect timing and use the environment to your advantage. Hmmm, maybe it's not as tough as we thought.

8 hours in: This is more like it! If you haven't sold the game in utter disgust, you'll be having the time of your life. By this point all weapons will be maxed out, Ryu's health will have rocketed up and you'll be leaving absolute carnage in your wake. And that's the point. Hammer the buttons mindlessly and you'll get nowhere. But learn and utilise every one of Ryu's combo's, and you'll soon become unstoppable. by this point, you'll be eating coffin nails for breakfast. Just wait for the fight between Ryu and about a thousand ninja's on a never ending stairway and you'll realise that Ninja Gaiden 2 is one of the X-Box's best titles.

12 hours in: Getting hammered? HAMMER THIS.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Low-Quality on 26 Jan. 2009
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This game is not for the weak of heart !
Not only because it contains bucket loads of gore mind you , but because this game will probably reduce you to tears for it's insane difficulty.

Even normal mode might as well be called very hard .... lol ... it's called Ninja Gaiden ... maybe it's because you need to be a ninja in real life to have the reflexes to cope and dodge all the randomly crazy attacks thrown at you.

This is a hardcore gamers game with old School difficulty and modern looks, which is quite a rare thing to find nowadays.

The game is still very fun despite it's hard difficulty , this is a great action game and beautiful in motion ( Although it does slowdown at certain peaks ).
The gore done in such stylish way despite the violent nature of the game , it doesn't seem like vulgar brutality. Killing hundreds has never been so beautiful ... lol ...

This game also has a great variety of of weapons and great spells , so there are many ways to play this game and deal death and destruction. This leads to great replayability if you can stomach the difficulty.

But a great game to blow off some steam hacking after a hard days work , load this game up and enjoy hacking armies of enemies to bloody bits.

The only major gripe with this game mainly include poor camera control which makes thinks awkward at times .. and character control isn't as tight as you could hope for .. but those small imperfections can easily be over looked , other than that this is great stuff and you'll still be having decent fun.

This is probably the best action packed ninja game too ...
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Tony Walker on 2 Aug. 2008
I can't believe that reviews appearing here describe the graphics of NG2 as 'bland','average','barren', etc. Both fore and backgrounds are wonderfully rendered, and although the visuals of the original were great, NG2 shows great improvement. My only gripe is sore fingers; fighting off wave after wave of evil scum is tiring. This is an amazing game. Don't pay any attention to the moaners.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By MS on 18 Nov. 2011
Having played, and been totally blown away by, a demo of Ninja Gaiden III at a games show earlier this year, the logical step was clearly to purchase its predecessor for the Xbox 360, and acquaint myself with the series. To better understand it, and perhaps even outwit it.

A fair number of hours in, and I'm in no danger of outwitting anything the game has to throw at me. After a couple of levels on the lower difficulty setting, I made the questionable decision of starting a new game on the more difficult setting: I'm still not entirely sure why I did this, but in spite of the countless 'Game Over' screens and silent moments of fist-clenching frustration, I'm absolutely glad that I did.

It's a great game! I've played my fair share of titles on the 360, and few other titles will make you feel as much of a bad-ass. Yes, the approach is almsot entirely linear, the graphics occasionally show their age, it uses an outdated system of triggers to spawn enemies, the cut-scenes are laughable, there's a silly amount of blood, the camera angles are infuriating, the save points are sometimes a bit sparse, and I've even had the game crash on me after a particularly gruelling 'Test of Valor' (a little aside from the game, designed purely to push your skills, and sanity, even closer to their respective limits, by hurling wave upon wave of enemies at our poor protagonist); all these things end up feeling like quirks, rather than flaws. It's tricky to explain this without sounding like I ought to be sectioned, but trust me: once you've started playing, you'll be willing to forgive the game its many .. idiosyncrasies.
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