|o.aranhapvh (on 29 October 2014)|
@fleischr, it's true. Wii U version is better than PS3/360 versions!
|fleischr (on 26 February 2014)|
I've heard Nintendo took a hands on approach in correcting the deficiencies of the 360/PS3 versions. True?
|PlayMatt (on 28 September 2013)|
Why did they bothered porting it to the FlopWii U what a bomba!
|concity06 (on 28 July 2013)|
COD Black Ops 2, AC3 has a great attach rate on Wii U with a small install base, so I wasn't wrong on my prediction. But I thought more Wii U's would be sold by now, which would have gave those game better sales.
|Metroid33slayer (on 26 June 2013)|
Without doubt the worst ninja gaiden game. It is just devoid of any thought provoking gameplay and just decends into a boring and souless slasher. The gameplay consists of entering an area and killing a dozen or so enemies then walk around the corner and another dozen of the exact same enemies appear now rinse and repeat for basically the whole game. There are no puzzles or moments of exploration to knit the whole thing together it is just a constant barrage of identical enemies that you have to kill hundreds of times during the whole game. Playing this game is a chore and to have completed it is a testament to anyones boredom threshold.
|seinsmeld (on 20 January 2013)|
this game is great, especially if u like intense action games. just hope people pick it up and it doesn't get lost in the shuffle of all the other great games
|concity06 (on 05 January 2013)|
@VGKing Assassins Creed 3, Black Ops 2, ZombiU all violent games. ZombiU is very gory and it's sells are good and going to get better & better. Resident Evil 4 sold over 2 million on the Wii, over 1 million on the Gamecube and it was gory.
I believe the only reason this game isn't selling is because their are better launch titles then this game out. Ninja Gaiden is on a launch console that has many better games then it, so it'll sell slower. Games with the console is $300 plus, like what Oniyide just said, why get Ninja Gaiden over those other titles. It'll should sell in more long after people get their launch games. Plus, the install base is still growing also. I'm not promising anything though, since more games are coming out on the Wii U. But Ninja Gaiden is a solid game to buy after you get the other launch titles. I might pick it up myself though with Super Mario U in two weeks. I already bought AC3 & Call Of Duty BO2, plus a couple Wii games.
|oniyide (on 30 December 2012)|
what were people expecting? its a ninja gaiden game, its pretty niche already. Doesnt matter if its better than the PS360 version, nobody is plunking down 300+ to play this, especially if there is probably gonna be a Sigma version for the systems they already own.
|JTurner82 (on 29 December 2012)|
I really can't say anything about the sales on this except... it could be better. Much better. Even so, I doubt this is going to affect things between Tecmo and Nintendo.
|legendarysaiyanbroly (on 25 December 2012)|
OMG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!...... and 2 think that some people were questioning Tecmo for porting da 1st. game to the PSV.
|VGKing (on 23 December 2012)|
Looks like they combined all its sales and added them to the 3rd week....its at 14k which is still pretty horrible. It's a violent/gory/mature video game on a Nintendo console. It had no chance.
|XA3 (on 14 December 2012)|
Where are the sales of this game? This game was launched with the console
|JTurner82 (on 10 December 2012)|
It will take time, but I think it can get there. There were so many titles at launch and the original had a bad reputation that of course this wouldn't succeed right out the gate. But with luck it should gradually find its audience.
|swii26 (on 30 November 2012)|
Hopefully people realize that this version is better than the original!!