The collection is actually quite even throughout all the consoles with the obvious exceptions of the next gen consoles performing much better in the resolution department, but other than that it is a pretty even game across all Xbox consoles and here is the why in our Ninja Gaiden Master Collection Xbox Series X Vs Xbox One Frame Rate analysis.
The Xbox Series X delivers a dynamic 4k at 60 FPS which is a sad turn of events for those that were wishing for a 120 FPS mode, but those people are probably also disappointed that the game is not the Black edition of the original Ninja Gaiden.
The second game is the Ninja Gaiden 2 Sigma version which many will argue is not the best version of the second game, but this one is more unto the developer choosing by their own accord and not because the game source code was lost like it happened to the first game which means that the Ninja Gaiden Black edition of the game is pretty much lost as to making it a better version.
The third game Ninja Gaiden 3 Razors Edge is well that the third game and it is almost a different beast by itself and an insult to some and a joke to others so you decide in the socials under RichiRichLabs on YouTube or using the SLA socials of StreamingLiveAcademy.com
Now all games have pretty much the same specs as to performance in our testing. For Ninja Gaiden Master Collection Xbox Series X Vs Xbox One Frame Rate we are going to talk about the Xbox One S delivering dynamic 1080p at 60 fps with drops here and there like we expected and honestly it doesn’t look too bad for what we are used to from the Xbox One S underpowered hardware.
The Xbox One X delivers a dynamic 4k resolution at 60 fps with the occasional drop here and there specially in the third game. The games all target dynamic 4k at 60 fps on all Xbox consoles except the Xbox One S.
The graphics between games besides better resolution and shadows here and there are the same so you are not missing out on anything since the Ninja Gaiden Master Collection seems to be more of a enhanced version of the original titles more than a remaster or remake in any way shape or form which is a bit sad in my opinion since the games are already on the Xbox Backwards Compatability mode which delivers 4k dynamic resolution and 60 fps already.
It is not to say that this is not worth it since it is a bit more sharp, but at the end of the day if you already own the other versions of the game then buying this is a bit of a hard reach. I personally only owned the second version of the game and wanted to own the other 2 so I went for it and I don’t regret it cause it is not a bad collection of games.
Ninja Gaiden Master Collection Xbox One S Performance Resolution
It delivers a dynamic resolution of 1080p at 60 fps
Ninja Gaiden Master Collection Xbox One X Performance Resolution
It delivers dynamic 4k at 60 fps
Ninja Gaiden Master Collection Xbox Series S Performance Resolution
It delivers dynamic 4k resolution at 60 fops
Ninja Gaiden Master Collection Xbox Series X Performance Resolution
It delivers a dynamic 4k resolution with 60 fps as the target frame rate