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Legend of the Mystical Ninja - Nintendo Super NES

by Konami
Platform : Nintendo Super NES
Rated: Everyone
17 customer reviews

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Vintage NES Game. Take a road down memory lane with this classic.


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  • ASIN: B000035Y17
  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 4 x 10 inches ; 1.6 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,572 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By DeRosset Myers on May 7, 2002
Long ago in the ancient city of Oedo (or was it just Edo?). . . ah, forget it. Here's the scoop! The game is both a multi-scroller (meaning you can go up and down as well as left and right) and a side-scroller, depending on what part of the game you are in. The Legend of the Mystical Ninja is a whacky action-adventure video game and has to be one of the best to hit the Super NES. In addition to whacking baddies with a drain-pipe, wet towel, flute, or yo-yo, you get to play lots of fun mini-games and travel across ancient Japan in search of whatever. I have only four complaints: the game can get too hard, Goemon was renamed Kid Ying, Ebisumaru was renamed Dr. Yang, and my favorite female ninja, Yae, is not playable.
Sorry if this review seems a little vague. I'd tell you the storyline but there really isn't one.

I also recommend Pocky and Rocky -- if you can find it

Amazon!! Get your pictures straight! This is not Pro Evolution Soccer 4!!
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Anne on April 25, 2003
The plot - saving the princess from the evil Otafu army - leaves much to be desired, but the included mini games and the gameplay make up for that ten fold. Back when the SNES and the Genesis were the consoles competing for your money, this game was sold pretty inexpensively, but it's still a favorite of mine.

There are dozens of little games you can play like lottery, maze, quiz, concentration, horse-racing . . . just to name a few. Gradius is also playable during your journey.

The boss fights are pretty epic for an SNES game. A lot of thought went into making them just difficult enough for a challenge while keeping them engaging and fun at the same time.

The soundtrack is a classic example of catchy chiptunes, with a flavor of traditional Japanese and that characteristic dissonance found in their music.

Also of note is the co-op system, in which two players are on the screen at the same time a la Contra. You can even ride on each other's back or compete in mini-games.

Fun little game that any gamer should have.
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A video game of weirdness.... Konami must have been searching for a specific audience in the USA. It’s an odd game because of the odd graphics, strange story line (ninja cats? ok....), side scrolling and 3d gaming, and a host of mini-games. As a matter of fact there is one whole level that all you do is play mini-games! Wait, that sounds pretty good actually. And the game has some fun elements, but it’s just way too hard to really inspire much replay. It never really caught on here like it did Japan. Interesting game, but more of an oddity than a classic.
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By freddie on June 24, 2013
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I purchased this game since there are not all that many 2 player SNES games out there that are worth playing and the best ones are too expensive. This game is tough but if you and a friend or relative really put the effort in, you will probably be able to beat it. It plays a little bit like other RPG games on the SNES, particularly Secret of Evermore or Illusion of Gaia. I only got to level 4 before I gave up but up to that point it was corny and enjoyable. Would recommend for teens+ on a rainy or cold winter night.
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This game is great! It is filled to the brim Japanese culture. With a stunning art style, mini-games, and a beautiful soundtrack, this game doesn't, disappoint. This entertaining title even has a two player cooperative mode where the second player can join at any time with the push of a button. My only real gripe is that the character moves a little too slow. Everything else, great and still completely playable today. Because amazon does not let me do four and a half stars, This game gets a 4/5!
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By Sam Cui on May 1, 2014
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When i first try it it didn't work but i tried it again in the next few hours then it started working.But when i tried the next day it didn't work again from there i thought i'll try it again later.That worked out but barely a few minutes in the game it stop working. In the end all i had to do was replace the battery again so it's all good
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on February 4, 2008
This game is/was fantastic! It's sooo Japanese. That's the first thing that comes to my mind--I'll explain later. I first played it about 15 years ago...yep, it's fairly old. It was an early SNES game. I remember it was around the time of classic Street Fighter 2. Those were the days, ah how nostalgic. I played it again last year on computer emulator, and it was just as charming.

This is a 1 or 2 player co-op game, which is always fun with a friend. The experience is richer if you've got a buddy alongside you. Along with Double Dragon for NES, this was one of the early great co-op games I played. Both heroes have the same abilities but some differences in appearance. Some parts of the game are straight up 2-D platforming sequences. Other parts of the game have a 3-D element where you can move up and down as well as left and right.

I don't remember how many levels there were, maybe 8. Each one takes under an hour if you're decently skilled, so it's a short adventure. The first half of every level is the 3-D part, which tended to be humorous and lighthearted with a bit of exploration. Still, it's a pretty straightforward game and you won't be doing much, if anything, in the way of puzzle solving or mazes--but I think this is good and keeps it simple without dead ends. You just run through the levels and dispose of the wimpy goons that come your way. The weapons and goons are really funny, not very serious at all. The 3-D parts also have small shops and huts you can enter to perform various interactions. There is a money component to the game: you get some for beating goons, and you can spend it in shops to buy various goodies including health, armors, and ability powerups. You can also throw it as a projectile weapon in fact.
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