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Inthe Last Ninja Remix edition of the game was re-released for 8-bit systems. The player, controlling a The Last Ninja (Wilderness) - Various - Back In Time Live! (DVD)must fight his way through various levels populated by opponents, collecting necessary items in the process. Each level depicts a different locale and is divided Swing Low, Sweet Chariot - Ken Emerson - Sacred Slack & Steel Guitar several screens.
The game is presented in an isometric view and the ninja can move in eight different directions and jump. Enemies, armed with fists and various ninja weapons, wander around the levels. The ninja must fight them either bare-handed or with the weaponry he finds along the way; in either case, he has a number of blows and attacks at his disposal, as well as the ability to block. There is a special weapon, shuriken, which are thrown in a straight line rather than used for melee combat; if they strike an enemy, they will instantly kill or at least severely damage them.
Various items scattered around the levels, such as keys, a rope and a map; collecting these items and using them in a proper place is necessary for completing the game. There are also hamburgers that award an extra life when eaten. The game continues from the aftermath of the events of The Last Ninja. With the Koga scrolls now in his possession, Armakuni has begun training a new order of shadow warriors.
During a training session, he is mysteriously transported to 20th-century New York City. Torn from his own time, Armakuni must defeat the evil shogun Kunitoki once more. Last Ninja 2 was an enormous commercial success. According to System 3's Mark Cale, 5. Inreaders of Retro Gamer voted Last Ninja 2 as 68th top retro game. A sequel, Last Ninja 3 was released The Last Ninja (Wilderness) - Various - Back In Time Live!
(DVD) The Last Ninja Remix re-release version has an added short intro sequence, minor graphic changes and a remixed soundtrack. Limited edition of the game included a ninja mask and a plastic shuriken. In the source code of the Konix version was discovered.
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