I remember playing the original Ninja Gaiden on my Sega Genesis back in the day. It was an intense and challenging game that I really enjoyed. The sequel, Ninja Gaiden II, was even better. It was even more challenging and I loved the way the levels were designed. The third game, Ninja Gaiden III, was also great, but I didn’t enjoy it as much as the other two. The fourth game, Ninja Gaiden Black, was my favorite. It was a really cool and unique game that I really enjoyed. I’m looking forward to playing the new Ninja Gaiden game for the Nintendo Switch.
Ninja Gaiden for Sega Master
_64 In the year 1197, the world is on the brink of war. The powerful kingdom of Japan is in a fierce dispute with the neighboring kingdom of China, and the two nations are poised to launch a full-scale war. In order to prevent a global conflict, the legendary ninja master Ryu Hayabusa sets out on a journey to find the legendary sword, the Blade of Ningen. Along the way, he encounters fierce enemies and treacherous allies, and must use his skills and wits to survive. In Ninja Gaiden, players take on the role of Ryu Hayabusa as he travels through a variety of breathtaking landscapes, battles fierce enemies, and searches for the legendary blade..