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|The Revenge of Shinobi|
|Publisher: Sega (EU), THQ (US)|
|Developer: 3d6 Games, Overworks|
|Distributor: Infogrames (EU)|
|System(s): Game Boy Advance|
|Number of players: 1|
The game makes heavy use of prerendered graphics and uses plenty of asian stereotypes, not related to Japan or Ninja in particular, sometimes poorly implemented, e.g. the first boss you encounter uses thunder attacks and the Japanese Kanji for "Electricity" - "電" is displayed, albeit mirrored. Such a symbol does not exists.
Gameplay is much slower paced than other Shinobi games, with a bigger focus on collecting keys, pushing switches etc. It was not well received, both by fans of the original series and gamers in general.
|Games in the Shinobi Series|
|Shinobi (1987) | Shadow Dancer (1989)|
|Shinobi (1988) | The Cyber Shinobi (1990) | Shadow Dancer (1991)|
|The Revenge of Shinobi (1989) | Shadow Dancer: The Secret of Shinobi (1990) | Shinobi III: Return of the Ninja Master (1993)|
|The GG Shinobi (1991) | The GG Shinobi II: The Silent Fury (1992)|
|Shinobi Legions (1995)|
|The Revenge of Shinobi (2002)|
|Shinobi (2002) | Nightshade (2003)|
|Shinobi 3D (2011) | 3D Shinobi III (2013)|
|Shinobi related media|
|The Super Shinobi & Works (1989) | Shinobi Original Soundtrack (2002) | Legend of Joe Musashi: Shinobi Music Collection (2009) | Shinobi 3D Original Soundtrack (2012) | Kunoichi Original Soundtrack (2014) | Shinobi III: Return of the Ninja Master (2015) | The Revenge of Shinobi (2016)|
|Shin Shinobi Den Hisshou Kouryaku Hou (199x) | Shinobi The Complete Guide (2002) | Prima's Official Strategy Guide: Shinobi (2002) | Kunoichi Koushiki Guide Book (2003) | Kunoichi Perfect Guide (2004)|