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.
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 game has lots of charm, the characters are lovable and the graphics are very good. You play as Hiro who is a young ninja sent to find his friends ( also ninja's) who are lost in the forest after being sent to investigate some evil. As you find these Ninja's you can play as them throughout the game. All ninja's have different abilities that you can take advantage of.
Summary: Ich habe mittlerweile Mini Ninjas durch , und muss sagen es macht Spaß. Es ist eher geeignet für unsere kleinen , für Erwachsene ist der Ansporn die leichte Platin Trophäe + Figuren + Leichte Platin + Landschaft + Ninjas ;) - zu viel wiederholt sich - Handlung insgesamt also verdient dieses Game eine durchschnittliche 3`er Note.