aa-dav wrote: ↑Thu Sep 08, 2022 6:51 pm
But many (especially indie) developers are trying to replicate ninja-gaiden experience and after one of these I made this topic.
I absolutely loved Ninja Gaiden, partly because it was so difficult. I ended up getting super far, but don’t remember beating it.
IMO, Ninja Gaiden is spectacular!
EDIT: And Nintendo understands your point of view aa-dav. If you obtain
Ninja Gaiden with
a Nintendo Switch Online account, then you’ll be able to play the game using their NES emulator. Their emulator on the Switch freely allows a game to be paused at any time, rewound to any point, and played again. And it is programmed well; free of slow-downs and screen errors. So, Ninja Gaiden is finish-able for anyone.
I just haven’t spent the time to do that. Not as exciting, for me, to finish Ninja Gaiden like that.
Oh and you are also allowed to make a save at any point of a game too. So you could possibly spend a long time beating any NES or SNES game that they’ve made available. I believe Nintendo has also made N64 and Genesis games available too; but accessing those requires a more expensive Online Pro account. Haven’t obtained that.
FINAL-EDIT: All you need to obtain is a Nintendo Switch Online Account; all the games they’ve made available
are totally playable after just your Online account purchase on the Switch.
note: There are a ton of NES and SNES games; only some of them are available; they frequently add more titles to the already large amount; some of those available are import/Japan titles.