The Revenge of Shinobi is a remarkable video game that was released on the Sega Genesis in 1989. Fueled by the need for revenge, and powered by 16-bit Blast Processing, Shinobi battles Neo Zeed through a variety of stunning levels with deep parallax scrolling and thunderous music. The Revenge of Shinobi is a game worth collecting and playing. It is widely regarded as the best game in the Shinobi series, although Sega's Shinobi III gives it a good run for its money. Classic Game Room loves it because it is one of the greatest games on the Sega Genesis / Mega Drive, and a game that has Batman, maybe, depending on which version of it that you own. Did you now that Shinobi fights Spider-Man, Batman and Godzilla? He even battles Rambo-wannabees with flamethrowers and The off-brand Terminator. In addition to these fascinating enemies, The Revenge of Shinobi also contains: Exploding Ninjas Flying Ninjas Hot Assassin Ninjas Brains in vats with lasers Flamethrowers Ninja disco battle to the death Nuns falling into pits The 2nd Classic Game Room Collector's Series book is a colorful, fun-filled review of The Revenge of Shinobi with stunning photography and screen captures. Mark Bussler's style of writing celebrates the humor in one of Sega's greatest games that demands a spot on your shelf, somewhere in between Truxton and Herzog Zwei.