If you’ve never played the original games, or you’re just a fan of beat ‘em ups in general, I’d absolutely suggest picking up The Ninja Saviors: Return of the Warriors on the platform of your choice. I played through on the Nintendo Switch, which has been an excellent platform for the game, but I’d imagine you’d be fine from a performance perspective on PS4 too. It’s a real gem of a game that’s long been overlooked and is certainly worth your time.
Altogether, Ninja Saviors: Return of the Warriors is an exemplary update to the 1994 original. Both the new and returning characters have impressive move-sets. Discovering how to implement these techniques is very rewarding. The eight stages aren't especially creative, but they all have strong fundamentals. If players want a spot on the online leaderboards, then they have to take as little damage as possible, and accurately gauge threats. While it is fun to mash on hapless grunts, targeting elites is the only way to survive. This is one beat em' up gem that you don't want to miss.
This game is a dream come true for me. I knew what I was getting when I purchased this game, but this game is easy. Ninja Saviors is a faithful recreation on Ninja Warriors (SNES). This game has always been easy. I wish there a hardly mode, a sequel and/or DLC. Here's a list of what Ninja Saviors' improvements: new & old soundtrack, widescreen, 2 player campaign, HD pixel art design
It’s a solid beat-em-up with solid gameplay that brings back some of the fun of the arcade classics like Double Dragon and Final Fight. But once you beat it, unless you absolutely have to have the best leaderboard score, you’ll hardly touch it again. If you love old school games as I do, this game isn’t a complete waste of cash for the price. The Ninja Saviors: Return of the Warriors isn’t a bad game, just not a great one.
The Ninja Saviors: Return of the Warriors is that kind of slice of classic cake that brings with it the pros and cons of a bygone era, but at least it’s the kind of game that makes you lust for the nostalgia-tinted days of funnelling coins into an arcade stand and engaging in some cathartic mayhem. Easy to pick up action, retrotastic visuals and a chance to feel like a hero with a power fantasy that works delightfully well on the Nintendo Switch.
This is a great reboot of the Ninja Warriors series! Nice graphics and music, 5 playable characters who all play very differently with a surprisingly large range of moves available. It feels satisfying beating up the bad guys and 8 levels seems just the right length. My only criticisms are (1) the final boss fight is frustrating rather than enjoyable, and (2) The price ($30AUD) seems a bit high for the actual time you are likely to spend playing this game. If you are a fan of this series though, you will certainly enjoy The Ninja Saviors.
Una puesta al dia del clásico Beat'em up de Taito de 1987.
Esta recreativa ya tuvo una adaptación para la consola Super Nintendo, donde ya en su dia mejoraban gráficos y jugabilidad.
Esta nueva reimaginación del juego, incorpora graficos mejorados al estilo 16-bits, 2 nuevos personajes, nueva banda sonora y posibilidad de jugar a 2 jugadores en modo local.
No es un juego recomendable para todo el mundo, pero los amantes del Beat'em up lo disfrutarán muchisimo, sobretodo con los personajes extra, y porque conseguir este juego en Super Nintendo hoy en dia es carísimo.
SummaryIn TAITO’s latest arcade action title you’ll slip into the role of one of five android ninjas and brawl your way through waves of enemy hordes in a dystopian future. Over a total of eight levels, you’ll take on the tyrant Banglar and his henchmen either alone or - for the first time in the history of the series - with a friend. So settle...