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: A full out blast. Combination of ninja skills, with fatal 1hko ninja perks. Enough items any ninja needs to slay people, monsters, dogs, ninjas, archers, bears, or what ever else comes at you. Sneak and assassinate your targets!? Nothing 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.
Summary: While many expected this new Tenchu to keep up with the compitition by re-inventing itself this is not the case. This Tenchu mearly offers long time fans what they have come to expect from the series. (slightly) Better graphics, new levels and new stealth kills with a new move or two thrown in for good measure. Simply put, the game plays exactly like it's 1998 original, which both hurts and helps this title.