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Joe Musashi’s sworn enemies, the Neo Zeed, have returned!

Controlled by Shadow Master, a formidable ninja cloned from Joe’s own bloodline, the syndicate holds the city captive with its vicious crime ring. Utilise deadly weapons and lethal ninja arts in order to stand against the hordes of bio-ninja and save your city!

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Review

Europe PAL Version

Posted by Damien McFerran

Much more than an Average Joe

In many ways, Shinobi III: Return of the Ninja Master represents Sega at its very best. It boasts lush visuals, excellent music and a surprisingly versatile lead character, all wrapped up in a game which practically screams action and excitement. Launched...

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User Comments (6)

Einherjar

#2

Einherjar said:

One of my alltime favourite platform hack and slashers. Very awesome game, and judging by the standarts of the other §D classics titles from SEGA, were in for a real treat.

barneygumble

#3

barneygumble said:

Would prefer the Arcade Original from Shinobi & the Arcade Shadow Dancer, but heck... dont we love those Shinobi games at all ? ( exept. Cyber Shinobi )

BlackStar9000

#4

BlackStar9000 said:

This is the Ninja game that set the standard for all 2D action games, it got everything right, the music, the graphics, the varied level design, the fast paced combat, something missing from all previous entries, I only wish this game got a TRUE sequel with all of the combat elements in place but upgraded with more fluidity and grace, that shinobi 3ds refake was terrible. Even though I already own this I will buy this immediately, its just that dam good.

AyeHaley

#6

AyeHaley said:

I love this game so much. This version is my first retro Shinobi experience, my first Shinobi was on PS2.

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