|South Park: Tenorman's Revenge -- it's, as Cartman might say, "pretty coo [sic]."|
Also, listen to that song because it is so catchy!
Virginia Representative Frank Wolf and California rep Joe Baca recently co-authored the "Violence in Video Games Labeling Act," a bipartisan bill that, if passed, would require all video games rated "E" and up to bear a warning label similar to those found on a pack of cigarettes. The proposed label would read "Warning: Exposure to violent video games has been linked to aggressive behavior." Wolf and Baca proposed a similar bill back in 2009 which would have seen a warning label attached to all video games rated "T" and up.
It may come as a shock that I, too, am in favor of labeling video games in such a manner. Rather than take broad strokes like Wolf and Baca, however, I believe the warnings should be far more specific to the individual games. Following are a handful of examples for the types of warning labels I would like to see utilized. It should be noted that the research I've conducted is likely far more thorough than that backing Wolf and Baca's latest bill.More >>
First, let me get this out of the way - I've beaten every Ninja Gaiden game on Master Ninja difficulty. I've also visited Team Ninja in Japan four times. I have a huge amount of reverence for the franchise, and most importantly, for the team behind them. I've held a special place in my gaming heart for Ninja Gaiden since the days of the arcade version, the NES games, and even the handheld games. Bottom line - I'm a huge, huge, huge Ninja Gaiden fan.
But then there's Ninja Gaiden III...![endif]-->!--[if>More >>
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It's no longer a question about which edition I like more, though. The PS3 edition rules. Hands down. Still, I have a long way to go before I master its gameplay. Which is code that I once again (and again and again and again) lost to the Cubs, underperforming with the Reds. More on that in a moment.
While Sumioni looks great and controls well, however, a couple of design choices keep this title from jumping to the top of the must-have list for early Vita adopters looking to tackle a fully featured game at a bargain price.