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5.7 out of 10

Red Ninja: End of Honor

In the game players are transported back to feudal Japan during Read more

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Overall 10

Five Stars

A.booker "NekoGirl Angel", Amazon
6 August 2014
Overall 8


Cassandra M "Colored-insanity.", Amazon
1 May 2014
  • Summary: I bought it cheap, I still haven't completed it. It's harder then I expected and the contorls are really weird to get used to. I really want to go back and finish it sometime.
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Overall 8

Red ninja had its ups and downs!

jeremy, Amazon
27 July 2013
  • Summary: Red ninja had its ups and downs! There were times I liked it, and there were times I hated it! The sneaking was pretty cool, and the swinging around was cool too! However sometimes there was a button delay, and the camera was bad, and the last boss is too difficult!
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Overall 10

I love Red Ninja

Marla Austin, Amazon
18 June 2013
  • Summary: I appreciate a game that focuses more on the story line and less on complicated graphics. The Red Ninja game has good graphics that are easy on the eyes while still being quite stunning and the story keeps me playing. The characters are all unique from each other. It's great to play.
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Overall 10


reesha, Amazon
23 February 2013
  • Summary: came on time and was sealed and has the booklet in it, great game if anyone's interested for only a few bucks
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Overall 6

Perfect Video Game Equivalent of a B Movie

Breeze, Amazon
19 February 2013
  • Summary: Skippable Intro Paragraph: A long, long time ago, before I bought a PS3, before I had a job that allowed me to buy a PS3 on a whim, before I even graduated high school, I had a gift card and was looking to spend it on a video game. I searched all throughout Amazon to find the best PS2 game available, and after looking at some videos, determined that this was not it.
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Overall 10

Cutting Edge

Ayame Kyoto, Amazon
26 October 2012
  • Summary: Great game, but I feel it could have been a LOT better if it wasn't rushed out the door/factory and into the world so fast! But, unlike Tenchu, it's nice to play as a Kunoichi who's gonna put her "assets" to good use for a change. Whether she's slowing down time with her Ninjutsu in order to take out enemies, clinging to ceilings, luring in enemies with her seductive ways, running along walls, lowering herself down from her hook to decapitate enemies, swinging on hooks...
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Overall 2

This game can't even be recommended to the most forgiving gamers

Richard Baker "BinaryMessiah", Amazon
11 October 2012
  • Summary: The Good: The tetsugen is an awesome weapon, Kurenai is a sexy assassin, the game looks pretty good The Bad: Broken camera, terrible platforming, weird and awkward controls, stupid AI, generic looking enemies I try to be forgiving with games, but there are some that just can't be overlooked. Red Ninja is a perfect example that has mechanics that are broken beyond reason or repair. The story is the first thing you will notice that isn't very interesting.
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Overall 4
Gameplay 7
Graphics 9
Sound 5
Lastability 3

Its Okay

Kpats12345 , GameStop
22 February 2011
  • Summary: The game isnt too bad, but there were many flaws. Sometimes the camera can just go off on you. It was a challenge, but it was short and kind of had a boring story to it. The game wouldnt really satisfy you after you beat the game. I do and dont recommend this game, but the choice is yours.
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Overall 6

Potential, but that's it.

Madi "RBC", Amazon
22 October 2007
  • Summary: In theory, running around in a skimpy outfit strangling people and cutting them in half seems to almost guarantee an enjoyable gaming experience. However, when this is combined with nearly impossible controls and direction-less gameplay, it will entertain you long enough to allow for some graphics appreciation and clothing admiration (if you can call it clothing), and that's about it.
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