Conclusion: Even though Mini Ninjas is catering to a different audience than a game like Ninja Gaiden, it still provides a solid gaming experience than can be experience by the casual and the hardcore gamers out there.
Conclusion: Fundamentally, Mini Ninjas is a sweet-natured, breezily fun hack and slash title embellished with a few gentle RPG elements that inject a little extra depth to proceedings. It’s perfectly pleasant and enjoyable brand of cartoon violence will probably see a good few hours of your time fly by as you...
Excerpt: Ninjas are hard wired into our psyches as visual shorthand for cool. I mean, they hide in the shadows and throw shurikens . Make them mini, though, and wrap them in a Pixar-esque art style, and they become cool AND cute - a dangerous combination.
Summary: Mini Ninjas is a rare gem amongst the mediocrity of E-rated rubbish. It probably won't win any awards for its gameplay, but you'll be having so much fun that you won't notice you are only pressing a few buttons.
Pros: The stylized visuals, filled with lush sceneries, The simplistic yet highly addictive gameplay, The engaging dialogue and cutscenes
Cons: The lack of any co-op mode, The game's short length
Excerpt: Although ninjas enjoy swanning around in their pyjamas all day, they’re generally regarded as tough-as-nails warriors, eternally loyal to their master and able to slice the nuts off a squirrel at fifty paces.
Summary: Prepare yourself for a Ninja adventure like you have never seen before! Join Hiro, the smallest hero on the biggest adventure, as he embarks on an epic and electrifying quest to restore harmony to a world on the brink of chaos.
Summary: Not since I-Ninja a half-decade ago has there been an all-ages ninja game that delivered as enjoyable an experience as Mini Ninjas . It’s a well-crafted action-adventure game that blends platforming, magic, show and long-range combat, magic, and stealth together seamlessly.
Conclusion: Mini Ninjas is not the best action game right now nor will it become one of those games that suddenly become a classic. This is a pretty lame hack-and-slash game and I really can not recommend it to either children or gamers in general.
Excerpt: Welcome to Mini Ninjas, the cutest looking action-adventure you don’t know squat about that’s among the top five best games I’ve played this year. It may look like kid-stuff at a glance, which it is—Mini Ninjas is the first E-10+ action game to score big with our 8-10 review crew since Banjo on...