The Ninjawarriors

The Ninjawarriors

The Ninja Warriors (ニンジャウォーリアーズ) is a beat-'em-up originally developed by Taito for the arcades. It was brought to the Sega Mega-CD in 1993 exclusively for Japan. To emulate the three-screen setup of the original arcade game (3 288x224 screens...

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Name The Ninjawarriors
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The Ninjawarriors
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Alternate Name
The Ninja Warriors
Japan
Alternate Name
ニンジャウォーリアーズ
Japan
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Platform Sega CD
Release Date March 12, 1993
Game Type Released
ESRB Not Rated
Developers Aisystem Tokyo, Taito
Publishers Taito
Genres Action, Beat 'em Up
Max Players 2
Cooperative No
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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Ninja_Warriors_(1987_video_game)
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The Ninja Warriors (ニンジャウォーリアーズ) is a beat-'em-up originally developed by Taito for the arcades. It was brought to the Sega Mega-CD in 1993 exclusively for Japan. To emulate the three-screen setup of the original arcade game (3 288x224 screens arranged in a horizontal line like with the Darius games), porters Aisystem Tokyo simply capped the screen resolution in software, resulting in the entire game running in a small window. Playable characters are two androids called Kunoichi (female ninja, red color) and Ninja (male ninja, blue color). Both characters play identically. As indicated by the boxart, one of the game's main selling points was the soundtrack composed by Taito's inhouse band Zuntata. The game includes both the arcade versions's soundtrack as well as remixed tracks. An exclusive Zuntata mode was also included, which is bascially a movie scene that explains the game's backstory. Members of Zuntata served as actors. To this day, this is the most faithful port of The Ninja Warriors.
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