Excerpt: If you bump into creatures that populate the map often enough, your life meter will quickly drain and your game will be over. The same is true if you accidentally hop off a tile and into a bottomless pit or into water (since Frogger can’t swim). This might not sound so bad—and at first it isn’t—but eventually you’ll be working your way through really long stages and jumping into pits or bumping enemies is all but avoidable.
Excerpt: Jeez, the guys at Namco sure take their sweet time releasing GunCon games. Ninja Assault , appearing in arcades back in early 2000, just now arrived for PS2 this November. 'Why the delay,' you might ask? Well, judging from the console version, it's a bit hard to tell. From the looks of things, no extra effort was spent on improving those graphics.
Excerpt: Sometime in the early '90s, there was a shift in perception as to what it meant to be a ninja. These days ninjas operate with stealth and usually without honor, slitting throats, stabbing backs, and using any kind of poison they can. Yet those who came of age in the 1980s know that ninjas attack head-on, in incredible numbers, and without any aversions to light or, apparently, death.
Excerpt: Another thing they did which generally works is set it so that if you're hovering about and an enemy appears in the general vicinity of where you have the cursor positioned, your aim will snap to that foe. You can practically lock on as the enemy skitters about, reloading as necessary. Not always is this the blessing you may think.
Conclusion: Ce jeu n’est pas un monument, juste un jeu qui tue le temps et quelques adversaires au passage, je regrette que la touch Ninja ne soit pas plus développé. Si vous êtes équipé d’un gun, vous pouvez vous y adonner, personnellement je vous en conseillerais d’autres, le jeu est assez moyen en tous points.
Excerpt: « G-Con cherche jeu désepéremment ». G-Con2, état neuf, très peu servi, cheveux bleus, cherche jeu sympathique, bien gaulé me permettant de me sentir utile en ce bas monde. Pas sérieux s'abstenir. Ninja apprécié.