• Publisher: Sega
  • Release Date: Jun 1, 2010
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  • Summary: New York City has fallen into the hands of a group of ninja warriors called Union Lizard, and they have taken people hostage.

    Kato, Joe Musashis former martial arts student, has been mortally wounded while investigating Union Lizard, leaving his faithful dog Yamato. Joe Musashi swore to
    New York City has fallen into the hands of a group of ninja warriors called Union Lizard, and they have taken people hostage.

    Kato, Joe Musashis former martial arts student, has been mortally wounded while investigating Union Lizard, leaving his faithful dog Yamato. Joe Musashi swore to avenge Katos death, and headed for New York. Can you guide Joe Musashi and Yamato through the ring of fire and triumph over this evil force?
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  1. Apr 18, 2020
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    Shadow Dancer (a spinoff of Shinobi) was originally an arcade game. But this PC title is a port of the Sega Genesis version which is quiteShadow Dancer (a spinoff of Shinobi) was originally an arcade game. But this PC title is a port of the Sega Genesis version which is quite different. As ninja Joe Musashi, you fling shuriken towards enemies while rescuing hostages. You can also unleash your dog Shadow to maul the bad guys. Additionally, Joe can use a special magic attack. In between some levels, there are bonus stages that can reward you with an extra life. This is a classic Genesis game. It's not as evolved as the true sequel The Revenge of Shinobi, but action fans should like it. I would number rate this with an 8 out of 10. Expand