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Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z - Special Edition (Xbox 360)
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A cyborg ninja rises from the dead, slaughtering hordes of twisted zombies in his quest for vengeance in this collaborative new franchise from famed developers Team NINJA and Keiji Inafune.
In Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z, players will battle fierce zombies as Yaiba, a cyborg ninja who will do anything to get revenge and stay alive.
In this exclusive special edition, you can get your hands on the following extra content:
- Exclusive full colour Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z comic book by Dark Horse (24 pages/3 editions)
- Original soundtrack (digital code)
- Exclusive Yaiba themed DLC costumes for Ryu Hayabusa and Momiji for DOA5 Ultimate game owners (digital code)
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So you play Yaiba, a recently resurrected Ninja who has been fitted out with some rather handy Cyborg improvements. Ryu Hayabusa killed you and now you want revenge.
If only things were simple but alas no. A Zombie outbreak has taken control of Russia and Yaiba is sent in to kill Hayabusa who is also having a sojourn in the Mother Country. The story line is rather terrible so do not expect anything other than A to B storyboarding and constant use of profanity, as a means to get it straight that the game does not take itself seriously.
The combat is at odds with itself but satisfies the need for Zombie slaying. You will attack with your blade, quick attacks, your fists, heavy guard breakers, and your flail which serves as a crowd control weapon. Not so unlike Belmont's combat cross from Lords of shadow.
You can daze foes and pull off some decent finishers, teleport around and even counter attacks. Yeah so it does play like a Gaiden game but then......things start to go pear shaped.
You come to realise that the counter move has a mind of it's own, meaning it is random. Believe me I know my counters for the Gaiden series and this one is terrible. Even worse, the enemies give you notice that they are about to attack and hitting the block button just before their blow lands never seems to work.
The game eventually starts showering the player with sub boss types.Read more ›