NINJA GAIDEN ∑2 follows the ultimate ninja Ryu Hayabusa through gorgeous stages and brutal, blindingly fast combat. Hero Mode makes its comeback, making it easier for even new and casual players to use powerful and exhilarating attacks and advance through the game. This mode can be temporarily activated at any time via PS Vita's intuitive rear touch pad.
Getting a port of a port isn't as out-of-place as you might think, as developers occasionally like bringing an experience from one console to another, then roll the dice to see how it fares on, say, the handheld or iOS front. That's the case with Ninja Gaiden II, which was reborn on the PlayStation 3 a couple of years back as Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2, and now comes to the PS Vita with Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 Plus. Confused yet? Don't sweat it, it's all a matter of how entertaining it is chopping enemies to bits as a bad-ass ninja. The story is nonsense, with a dark, shadowy force attempting to gain control of the planet, and it's up to Master Ninja, Ryu Hayabusa, to cut them down to size and keep the planet safe. At first, it's a matter of... Read Review