Conclusion: Even though the sound isn’t quite up to par I have to say that this is a perfect purchase for anyone that owns a Nintendo DS. For only $20 you will get about as much gameplay as a normal over priced DS game. Online play is fun and playing with your friends wirelesses is more enjoyable that certain modern games. If you own a Nintendo DS then buy this game right now.
Excerpt: N+ on the DS is one of the best injections of mobile, digital short-term adrenaline bursts one can find. Atari has taken the previous releases and refined the package into a stellar handheld release. It is ironic that the best Atari release in recent memory is a game that could almost be replicated on a 2600, and far more compelling a gameplay package than recent overblown next-gen efforts have been, despite its simplicity.
Excerpt: They make it look so easy. The ninjas, I mean. They’re so awesome at what they do. Leaping around rooftops is like playing hopscotch to them. They can make themselves virtually invisible, lurking within the shadows for that single, perfect time to strike. A quick flick of the wrist can leave dozens of bloody, shuriken-ridden corpses littering the scene.
Excerpt: “You are a ninja. And like all ninjas, you have an unquenchable thirst for gold.” So says the manual for “N+”, Metanet Software's new side-scrolling platformer on the DS. Wait—isn't it leprechauns who have an unquenchable thirst for gold? Whatever, Metanet. I'm willing to play along. N+ is the sequel to 2004's “N”, a free internet Flash game by programmers Raigan Burns and Mare Sheppard.
Summary: D’abord apparu sous la forme d’un jeu Flash gratuit N, s’est vu offrir un « facelift » important avant de se retrouver sur console avec la version N+. C’est Xbox Live Arcade qui l’a accueilli en premier avec une sortie fort remarquée. Aujourd’jui nous avons droit à des versions pour consoles portables et avouons-le, il s’agit d’un jeu tout simplement parfait pour les petites consoles.
Pros: 200 niveaux Un jeu amusant Prix intéressant : 19,99$ Se joue à deux
Cons: Devient difficile trop peut-être Jouer à deux exige 2 cartouches