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11-02-2012, 09:33 AM
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Where it was made doesn't really matter, it just seemed like there was the basis for a good story line, which got sort of "lowest common denominator" dumbed down to make the game more marketable. I've seen it in a lot of games (pretty much any good game put out by a relatively small production house, that then gets bought or picked up by someone big), where an initial game is good, and has a genuinely interesting story, and then the sequel gets the "hollywood" or "prime-time-tv" treatment, where its sort of watered down to be more "accessible".

just how the game across to me. and the ninja game i was thinking of was Tenchu.

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