Summary: If you're looking for a game you can just pick up and play at any time, N+ has simple game play, and only uses the directional pad and one button. The game's level designs, however, are creative enough to make up for these simplicities.
Simplistic in every area, N+ just can't keep your attention for long
23 May 2009
Summary: N+ puts you in a ninja's shoes, running and jumping your way through level after level full of small explosives, electrified floating orbs, lasers, and homing missiles. The game presents itself in a very simplistic fashion from every approach, and in the end it doesn't really keep your attention for...
Summary: Decent platformer. Fun if you like platformer games. Simple, fun gameplay that is well suited to a portable device - you can play for five minutes or an hour and not feel pressured to find a save point, a problem that is far too common in many games.
A Boost of Nostalgia from Nintendo from the 70s? 80s?...
23 May 2009
Summary: Those of us who grew up on the Atari and MISS it,...well here is your fix. Very basic graphics if you can call it graphics but the game is all there. I personally prefer more eye candy. This is Nintendo blatantly mining the past, and quite successfully too.
Summary: you may have fun with this but in order to do so you should probably rip the x button off of your ds first. 99.9% of the time it isn't a problem but 1 in every 10,000 times you hit the a button to restart the level (which is a lot because the sequences are like 15 seconds each and they get pretty...
Summary: N+ is, in the shortest description possible: addictive. It is proof that great game play does not need great graphics. N+ has a very simple visual style yet it suffices for what the game is. Fast, challenging, and plenty of replay value, N+ will keep you occupied for hours.