Summary: Stands among many underrated jewels that haven't received their acknowledgement, Tenchu take that line to lead. A beautiful Spin off of the main series that depict the story of Ayane following the event of Tenchu 1, and it introduces us to a new female heroine, Rin. Concerning the game mechanics, nothing is less than great. The story is very dedicated to the true fans, and I stand accused of loving this game so much.
Summary: Its works but does have a nasty habit of freezing at certain parts, because of this I had to rush almost every mission just to avoid it freezing. I'm happy with it, but it could have been better.
Summary: i super love this game although this tenchu is more likely for girls coz you'll play Ayame and Rin here. i felt kinda sad playing this part because i keep looking for Rikimaru but he's not here :( but all and all, this game was a lot of fun. i actually played this game three times.
Summary: Rikimaru doesn't exist and isn't even mentioned at all in this game in any way shape or form. You absolutly can't have a Tenchu game without Rikimaru. That aside, if you wanna look at the game itself, it's more or less just a dumbed down version of Wrath of Heaven. Only 2 playable charachters,no undead, no demons, music isn't quite as good, and the bosses seem dumbed down and more bland than any of the other previous Tenchu games.
Summary: It plays just like Tenchu 3, only harder. No Rikimaru here but you get Rin, a young female ninja who is more like Tatsumaru. Story is not exciting but you don't have to deal with the undead. No 2-player mode. Using caltrops is a must to win boss battles! There are new items and abilities to gain.
Summary: I've been a fan of the Tenchu franchise ever since that fateful day in 2000 when I randomly picked a game from the local video rental store. That game was Tenchu. Tenchu has been a favorite, because while it is a violent game, it differs from most games in that if you happen to be doing a lot of fighting in this game--you're doing it wrong, to put it simply.
Summary: I got my copy, get yours! This game seemed to reach out to the ladies a little bit. The story plot is, a lot like a soap opera, better than past versions of the series. There's replay value to unlock many features in the game. I terribly dissagree to some of the critic posts earlier. Consumers complain about lack of implovement while comparing every titles to masterpieces. If you're looking for a better Metal Gear in every stealth game, there will ONLY be disappointment.