Summary: We bought this for my soon-to-be stepson, age 8, for his birthday. He received several other DS games, but went straight for this one. I was surprised, because the cover art looks a bit babyish, but he went straight for it and didn't put it down for hours -- even though he is currently obsessed with playing Skylander. It is really saying quite a bit about this game if it could take his attention away from Skylander, let me tell you. This is a really cute and fun game.
Summary: After wasting my time away playing Plants vs Zombies on computer, xbox, and DS, I was searching for a similar tower-defense game that would be equally addicting. Ninjatown is the closest game I've found that you can quickly pick up and play, or waste away 8 hours of gaming. The story has plenty of nerd culture (OVER 9000?!), enough to actually make me read it once through. The game can actually be quite challenging, I'd say moreso than PvZ.
Summary: Absolutely adorable leisurely action game, if that makes any sense. It's not terribly challenging but i find it to be very satisfying to play, a good fun non-stressor. And i love the graphics of the cute ninja town and the music and "blah" sounds the enemies make when your ninjas pound on them.
Summary: This is a tower defense game based on a line of stuffed animals, however you don't need to know about the stuffed animals to enjoy the game to it's fullest! There is a certain degree of complexity in the foundation of the levels, in the fact that you are always gaining new allies, items, and buildings. But that's not the only reason to play this game. The cutscenes are hilarious and the art style is adorable. I highly recommend it!
Summary: I absolutely ADORE this game! It is an awesomely fun tower defense style game with lots of levels and characters. Build up Green Tea Bistros and Ninja Temples to power up your ninjas, or upgrade them directly. Use different ninjas for their different skills to achieve astounding results. You'll love it!
Celeste "Vodka, Apple Pucker & Sweet 'n' Sour", Amazon
25 July 2010
Summary: My normal involvement in video games is limited to watching my fiancé play them, or occasionally taking the player two role. That doesn't really work with a DS game. There are two things I look for in a DS game. I want a game that is fun but one that is also not too complicated. Ninjatown fulfills both of these requirements easily. This was a gift from my brother-in-law. He knew I really enjoyed and he thought this game seemed just my style. He was right.
Summary: I ran across this game at Gamestop the other day for $9.99 and I just couldn't pass it up. How could you not get a game called "Ninjatown?" I will admit, the game looked a little child-ish at first glance, but after having spent the last three days playing through the game, I'm hooked. If you own a DS and you are looking for a fast-pased, real-time strategy game, you will NOT be disappointed in Ninjatown.