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User Info: Atomic_Porkchop

Atomic_Porkchop
10 years ago#1
What I mean is, typically a harder difficulty just means less life, stronger enemies. But does this give you more enemies, new enemy spawn points. New areas of weakness...I'd get this if it has replay value that gave me at least a different and challenging experience instead of a harder more frustrating one like many difficulty selections do.

User Info: magx

magx
10 years ago#2
From what I recall, Master Ninja was nothing but tedium, as fights were like long ass gauntlets that never ended.

Master Ninja in the console games, especially Black, was far superior.

However, I haven't played this in a loooong time, so I may be forgetting something, but I do know for sure encounters were much longer. Much, much longer.
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User Info: Atomic_Porkchop

Atomic_Porkchop
10 years ago#3
Thanks for the info...that's what I thought. Still, it's only $8 used - I got it anyway and totally worth it!!!
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