Reviews and Problems with Tenchu: Stealth Assassins
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Tenchu: Stealth Assassins
Guide 2 Games
6 May 2008
Excerpt: Tenchu: Stealth Assassins is a stealth game in which the player takes the role of a ninja. During the 10 stages of the game you will have to compete missions or your master, varying from assassination to message delivery.
Summary: This game does the feared, which is not live up to its potential. Tenchu crashes down in the fundamentals. The Graphics and ambient sounds took the day off. The gameplay is well thought out but gets tedious and difficult. The game AI is really jacked up, making it hard even on the easiest setting. You must remember though this game requires patience, thought, and of course stealth. Don't go Rambo, it only alerts every guard in the game.
Excerpt: focuses on two warriors, Rikimaru and Ayame, as they protect the interests of their master, Lord Gohda. A majority of the ten missions are episodic, with a consistent plot spanning only two or three of them.
Excerpt: Very good. Many of the objects and enemies are used over and over again in Tenchu , but I didn’t count this as a fault. It all fits in with the time period that the game is based in; plus I would imagine that ninjas in the same clan would dress the same, just as would fellow employees in today’s world. I didn’t see anything in the game that was ground breaking, but everything works.
Excerpt: A ninja moves with stealth, accomplishing his goals with as few people aware of his presence as possible. Considering that, Tenchu: Stealth Assassins, a sony PlayStation game from Activision, has already achieved victory: it appeared out of nowhere with little fanfare, but is captivating audiences everywhere.