Summary: This was an extremely fun game for the afternoon I played it. The platform style kept me engrossed and the unlocking of characters kept the rather basic game play enjoyable. I have to admit though, I really hate games where they introduce playable characters that really have no bearing on the advancement of the game. Sure some the characters are necessary to defeat certain aspects of the game, however they are not crucial to the strategy of the game.
Summary: I bought this game for my dad for Christmas and he loves it. I was just looking for a cute game with a little bit of crude humor that will make him chuckle. I didn't want it too complicated in the plot or game play so he can put it down in the middle and pick it up wherever he wanted. I got everything I wanted and more. the episode feature allows him to pick up the game wherever he wants. It was definitely a great Christmas gift for anyone.
Summary: As a fan of all cultural exports of Japan you can't go wrong with a game called "Mini-Ninjas." A team of ninjas have to take back a world that has been transformed by an evil warlord for the worst. Killing enemy samurai is actually a process of liberating them into the animal creations that they once were. Your main ninja is a gifted ninja named Hiro who has the skills to do a host of moves, including one bad spell of taking control of creatures to wreak havoc.
A decently fun game for this adult...kids might like it too!
M. Ram, Amazon
31 May 2011
Summary: I found MN to be a pretty enjoyable game, though there are only so many enemies and only so many ways to beat them. In terms of gameplay and combat, it's almost like "Ninja Gaiden lite" in that you have regular attacks, special attacks and magic attacks (and collect essence from enemies, etc), and surprisingly you actually use most of the various characters and items available towards the end of the game.
Summary: I'm not a big gamer, but I mostly enjoy games like Lego's (don't laugh!) and LittleBig Planet. I enjoyed this game a lot in the beginning, but this waned a bit toward the end. I thought the adventure was quite well done, and I liked other aspects of the game that helped you along (you can turn into an animal, you can mix together specific plants to make potions that give you more strength, etc.).
Summary: I was hoping this game would be really cool but it wasn't. You do get a bunch of Ninja's but I rarely used any of them other than Hiro except for the fat guy and the bow and arrow guy. This game has a false difficulty level. On one level you have to find the flowers and statues in the dark, so even your animal possesing powers are useless in the dark. Bosses are tricky until you figure them out and then it's a snap.
Summary: As PS3 platformers go this was ok but got quite repetitive the further through the game you got. The story line is ok and the graphics and sound are pretty cool, apart from that though for me its fairly middle of the road.
Summary: The PS3 belongs to my husband, so the only game I own is the Mini Ninjas. As I'm not that kind person that is playing all the time, when I do it I have fun. The game has a nice story and it's cute. I have to say that it's also easy to play (that s why the age is +7 hehehe). And the only drawback I see is that is not a multiplayer game, so my husband cannot play with me as being another ninja.
Summary: This is a good basic game. Nothing too special, nothing too bad about it.
Cute how the enemies turn into animals when you defeat them. Lots of
collectibles. I am only around a third of the way through it and don't have a
burning desire to keep going, but it will be good to have as something to pick
up on a bored day.