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Video Locations: Arcade 0:24 ZX Spectrum 3:53 Amstrad 6:15 Commodore 64 8:36 Atari ST 11:01 Amiga 13:17 PC Engine 15:36 Mega CD 17:58 Super Nintendo 20:20 Credits 24:16 Description Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ninja_Warriors Ninja Warriors, originally released as The Ninja Warriors Again (ザ・忍者ウォーリアーズ〜アゲイン〜?) in Japan, and eventually Ninja Warriors: The New Generation in Europe, is a beat 'em up video game developed by Natsume and released by Taito Corporation for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1994. The game is a remake of Taito's 1988 arcade game The Ninja Warriors. Plot The game is set in a dystopian future in a nation where the population has been oppressed by the military and brainwashed by the tyrant known as Banglar. The only hope for this broken society is a small underground resistance with plans of assassinating Banglar using three ninja androids. Development of the androids was a lengthy process and the resistance was quickly falling to Banglar's forces, so it has no choice but to dispatch the androids untested. Gameplay Ninja Warriors is a single-player, side-scrolling beat 'em up, similar to Shinobi or Bad Dudes Vs. DragonNinja but widescreen format. The player can pick from the strong Ninja, the balanced Kunoichi, or the fast Kamaitachi. Each character is played in a different way and has its own set of moves: a combination of ground attacks, jumping attacks, and throws. They can also assume a defensive posture and charge a power bar that allows them to unleash a blast that attacks all enemies. Various objects can be picked up by the player's character and used as improvised weapons. The player will advance through nine levels fighting large numbers of enemies, often being stopped from advancing until all enemies on the screen are defeated. Enemies can approach the player from the left and right sides of the screen and have the ability to move off screen, while the player cannot. At the end of each level, as common in beat 'em up games, the player must defeat a boss. The North American and European versions of the game was censored (changes made to the original Japanese version include removal of the female ninja enemies and changing color of blood to green). The European version, published by Titus Software, is also noticeably slower and easier than the other two, which was notorious for its high difficulty."