Team Ninja made the Ninja Gaiden series a massive success due to its intense challenge and complimentary action. The series would always be revisited and thusly revised with tweaks and enhancements that would end up being their final version. Since then, the Ninja Gaiden mainline series has lied dormant since 2013. Now there’s the NINJA GAIDEN: Master Collection, containing the entire trilogy of those final releases, and puts them on PC and new consoles for the very first time. And suffice it to say, NINJA GAIDEN SIGMA, NINJA GAIDEN SIGMA 2, and NINJA GAIDEN 3: Razor’s Edge are among the best games in the genre, and continue to impress even today.
Nioh 2 makes the jump from PlayStation 4 to PC in less than a year, which is faster than the time it took for the first game to make the same leap. On PC, Nioh 2 – The Complete Edition has several enhancements and improvements over its console counterparts that are superior in every way. Nioh 2 is just like the first in game in being tough as nails – something that Team NINJA is known in offering Dark Souls-like challenge and Diablo-style loot drops. Nioh 2 is refinement wrapped in excellence, as nearly every system and mechanic is improved over its predecessor, making Nioh 2 – The Complete Edition the first must-buy of 2021.
By now, Nioh has been a huge critical and commercial success on PlayStation 4. Broken down to its bare essentials, it is Ninja Gaiden crossed with Dark Souls, but it is so much more than that. Death befalls you often, but is a learning experience to improve against your opposition. Nioh‘s excellence is in its design that feels fresh among a room full of impostors. Nioh: Complete Edition is what it says it is, offering a deep and rewarding game that is very difficult and challenging.