History VideoGame / TheNinjaWarriors

5th Mar '18 8:17:32 PM nombretomado
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The game was ported to the UsefulNotes/PCEngine and [[UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis Mega CD]] in Japan, while versions for all the popular computer platforms (such as the UsefulNotes/{{Amiga}} and UsefulNotes/{{Commodore 64}}) were released in Europe in 1989. A pseudo-sequel was released for the SuperNES in 1994 titled ''VideoGame/TheNinjaWarriorsAgain''.

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The game was ported to the UsefulNotes/PCEngine and [[UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis Mega CD]] in Japan, while versions for all the popular computer platforms (such as the UsefulNotes/{{Amiga}} and UsefulNotes/{{Commodore 64}}) were released in Europe in 1989. A pseudo-sequel was released for the SuperNES UsefulNotes/SuperNES in 1994 titled ''VideoGame/TheNinjaWarriorsAgain''.
23rd Dec '17 6:00:08 AM Saurubiker
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''The Ninja Warriors'' is a side-scrolling action game by Creator/{{Taito}}, originally released for the arcades in 1987. It is notable for being one of the few arcade games to use Taito's triple-monitor hardware alongside the first two ''VideoGame/{{Darius}}'' games and ''Warrior's Blade: Rastan Saga Episode III'', giving the game a widescreen aspect ratio (4:1 in particular) that was unique to those particular games.

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''The Ninja Warriors'' is a side-scrolling action game by Creator/{{Taito}}, originally released for the arcades in 1987. It is notable was sold as a conversion kit for being one of the few arcade games to use Taito's triple-monitor hardware alongside the first two ''VideoGame/{{Darius}}'' games and ''Warrior's Blade: Rastan Saga Episode III'', giving cabinets, making use of the same three-monitor setup which gave that game a 4:1 widescreen aspect ratio (4:1 in particular) that was unique to those particular games.
unusual at the time.
19th Jan '17 10:55:04 AM Saurubiker
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''The Ninja Warriors'' was a side-scrolling action game by Creator/{{Taito}}, originally released for the arcades in 1987. It is notable for being one of the few arcade games to use Taito's triple-monitor hardware alongside the first two ''VideoGame/{{Darius}}'' games and ''Warrior's Blade: Rastan Saga Episode III'', giving the game a widescreen aspect ratio (4:1 in particular) that was unique to those particular games for their time.

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''The Ninja Warriors'' was is a side-scrolling action game by Creator/{{Taito}}, originally released for the arcades in 1987. It is notable for being one of the few arcade games to use Taito's triple-monitor hardware alongside the first two ''VideoGame/{{Darius}}'' games and ''Warrior's Blade: Rastan Saga Episode III'', giving the game a widescreen aspect ratio (4:1 in particular) that was unique to those particular games for their time.
games.
17th Nov '15 9:24:17 PM Saurubiker
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* JapaneseRanguage: One of the game's [=BGM=]s is titled "Are You Lady?" on the official soundtrack.

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* JapaneseRanguage: One of the game's [=BGM=]s is titled "Are You Lady?" on the official soundtrack.soundtrack, an obvious mistranslation of "Are You Ready?"
17th Nov '15 9:22:55 PM Saurubiker
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''The Ninja Warriors'' was a side-scrolling action game by Creator/{{Taito}}, originally released for the arcades in 1987. It is notable for being one of the few arcade games to use Taito's triple-monitor hardware alongside the first two ''VideoGame/{{Darius}}'' games and ''Warrior's Blade: Rastan Saga Episode III'', giving the game a widescreen aspect ratio that was unique to those particular games for their time.

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''The Ninja Warriors'' was a side-scrolling action game by Creator/{{Taito}}, originally released for the arcades in 1987. It is notable for being one of the few arcade games to use Taito's triple-monitor hardware alongside the first two ''VideoGame/{{Darius}}'' games and ''Warrior's Blade: Rastan Saga Episode III'', giving the game a widescreen aspect ratio (4:1 in particular) that was unique to those particular games for their time.
2nd Jul '15 9:29:37 AM Saurubiker
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''The Ninja Warriors'' was a side-scrolling action game by Creator/{{Taito}}, originally released for the arcades in 1987. It is notable for being one of the few arcade games to use Taito's triple-monitor hardware alongside the first two ''VideoGame/{{Darius}}'' games and ''Warrior's Blade: Rastan Saga Episode III'', giving the game a widescreen presentation that was rather unique for its time.

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''The Ninja Warriors'' was a side-scrolling action game by Creator/{{Taito}}, originally released for the arcades in 1987. It is notable for being one of the few arcade games to use Taito's triple-monitor hardware alongside the first two ''VideoGame/{{Darius}}'' games and ''Warrior's Blade: Rastan Saga Episode III'', giving the game a widescreen presentation aspect ratio that was rather unique to those particular games for its their time.
2nd Mar '15 12:41:34 PM Saurubiker
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* NintendoHard: You ''will'' be dying many many times. And since you only get one life per quarter...

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* NintendoHard: You ''will'' be dying many many times. And since you only get one life bar per quarter...credit.
* NonActionBigBad: Banglar offers no resistance when cornered at the end of the final stage.
6th Oct '14 11:46:19 AM rexpensive
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The game was ported to the PCEngine and [[SegaGenesis Mega CD]] in Japan, while versions for all the popular computer platforms (such as the {{Amiga}} and {{Commodore 64}}) were released in Europe in 1989. A pseudo-sequel was released for the SuperNES in 1994 titled ''VideoGame/TheNinjaWarriorsAgain''.

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The game was ported to the PCEngine UsefulNotes/PCEngine and [[SegaGenesis [[UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis Mega CD]] in Japan, while versions for all the popular computer platforms (such as the {{Amiga}} UsefulNotes/{{Amiga}} and {{Commodore UsefulNotes/{{Commodore 64}}) were released in Europe in 1989. A pseudo-sequel was released for the SuperNES in 1994 titled ''VideoGame/TheNinjaWarriorsAgain''.
17th Aug '14 12:26:12 AM Saurubiker
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* ColorCodedMultiplayer: Notable in that the female character is Player 1 in the arcade version, as well as the default character in the console ports. The PCE port lacked the 2-player co-op mode, allowing instead the player to select his or her character, as well as choose from one of eight palettes.
** [[color:red:Kunoichi]]
** [[color:blue:Ninja]]

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* ColorCodedMultiplayer: Kunoichi is red and Ninja is blue. Notable in that the female character is Player 1 in the arcade version, as well as the default character in the console ports. The PCE port lacked the 2-player co-op mode, allowing instead the player to select his or her character, as well as choose from one of eight palettes.
** [[color:red:Kunoichi]]
** [[color:blue:Ninja]]
palettes.
8th Jul '14 11:11:25 PM ironcommando
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Not related to a [[Series/NinjaWarrior hellishly difficult obstacle course]].
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