Great fun for young kids and some older ones, too!
Mike P, Amazon
29 August 2011
Summary: This game was a blast for my 7 yr old, and my 10 yr old kinda liked it as well (although he also plays Call of Duty and Assassin's Creed, so it's not as cool as those to him). You get to play as 5 different ninjas across an adventure-style game similar to Legend of Zelda or Mario Galaxy. The graphics are great but designed to look specifically cartoonish for the kiddos. Your characters/team develop new powers/abitities and grow stronger throughout the game.
Summary: I have to admit... I am not a gamer at all. My reviews are solely based on the interest my kids (including my husband) shows on any given game AND if they CONTINUE to play and advance through the games. This game is a hit at my house. As long as everybody leaves me alone, I know their interest is held. As long as I don't hear any arguing or fussing, I know a strategy is being put together in their minds on how to defeat the bad guys.
Summary: I bought this game because I wanted an adventure game. It's somewhat marketed as a kid's game so I decided to play on 'hard' skill level. And let me tell you, I died a ton of times in this game which is a good thing for me! I did not want an adventure game that was a cake walk and very easy to finish. I enjoyed this game because you have three basic fighting styles to pick from. There's hack and slash, third person shooter, and stealth.
Summary: I got this game after reading the reviews on it because I thought my 7 year old daughter might like it. She does, as do I. It's a rather simplistic game in plot, but allows even more advanced players to consider strategy and up their game play as well. As mentioned in other reviews, it's disappointing that multi-player mode is not available as it would be great to play with another person.
Summary: This is the perfect game to play when you just want to relax a bit and have some good, old-fashioned, gaming time. It has a fun story line with lots of interesting characters and a wide variety of skills to master. It's not the most challenging game you'll ever play, but it's very family friendly and offers great over-all game play in my opinion.
Summary: Don't let the graphics and characters fool you, this is in fact a very interesting and entertaining game that keeps you immersed in the story while fighting different bosses. The part that made it more fun was that you have to look for all the items on your list in order to get the 100% completion for each stage. I surely recommend this game to anyone that enjoys the ninja theme and action fights.