Summary: I was 22 or 23 when I bought this game 8 or 9 years ago and as grown as I was then, I had a blast playing it regardless. Once you spin it up, it's obvious that the game does not take itself at all seriously, and that kind of gives the game most its charm. The animations are surprisingly fluid, there's a great variety of slice and dice action and precise platforming involved (Ex: balancing atop a leaking powder keg and trying to keep from blowing up, skating across rails,...
The Fallen Angel with a broken Wing "I Cry Out But No One Can Hear Me ...", Amazon
12 January 2008
Summary: This game is pretty fun except for the fact that alot of the levels are very challenging to where you have to repeat them over and over in order to pass it. But graphics pretty good, game play is pretty good, and the Ninja is kinda funny. I think it's a worthy PS2 game purchase.
Probably best for a rental, if you're not really into it
Andy C, Amazon
29 October 2007
Summary: This game features a hyperactive ninja with 3d action ala super mario 64, though there are some elements similar to sonic, such as his ability to run really fast, given the right setting. There are also nifty bonus stages that feature him rolling down slides to collect coins. The music is synthesized techno, somewhat memorable. If you like hyper ninjas and diverse levels, then get this game.
Lisa Shea "be the change you wish to see in the world", Amazon
3 September 2007
Summary: I-Ninja is a cute little platformer that is clearly similar to games such as Ratchet & Clank and Gex. You're a little cartoony ninja, running around odd worlds with your sword and climbing chain. There are numerous levels here, and as you go you build up your movies, weapons arsenal, and more. The game is very easy to pick up and get going with. You hit traditional buttons to jump and double jump, attack, and move.
Summary: This has everything you want in an adventure game. I was really surprised how many reviews said how short it was because theres so much you can do in it. Its basically the ninja version of mario64. Its a must play. Its a shame there probably wont be a sequal.
Summary: I bought I-ninja about three days ago, and I'm near the end! The ninja moves are cool and all but this game is kind of short. The story is quite entertaining and the controls are simple, but sometimes, it is intensely hard.The system is imaginative: you earn grades at the end of each mission wich help to gain new belts, like in karate!
Summary: This game is one of the most fun I've played in ages - it has all the elements to keep you entertained whilst presenting quite a challenge to even hardened gamers. The immense variety of gameplay alongside the constant promise of the next belt and better swords throughout the game keeps you playing into the small hours, and the opportunity to play bonus levels plus replaying levels against the clock etc. allow for days of enjoyable gameplay.
Summary: I found this game very interesting from the first time I played the demo on a CD i got from buying the PlayStation Magazine. The grafics are really well rendered and the chibi-ish style of the character adds up to the fun. The gameplay is really enjoyable, i guess you could compare the main character's moves with those of hotsuma(Shinobi, PS2) because of his abilities, shuriken throw, double jump, wall run, and mad-like sword techniques.