Summary: Amazon bugged me to do this review, so I'm doing it while I'm still in a good mood. I recall playing this Tenchu series when I was younger and as a fan of the Tenchu games, I of course had fun perfecting my ninja skills via analog tilting and button mashing. Although I sucked at completing most of the levels with Ayame (being one of my favorite characters in Tenchu history), I enjoyed the necessary violence because nothing says anger management like taking out your fury...
Summary: Tenchu is basically the only video game based off a ninja that actually plays similar to an actual "mythical" ninja. Pros: Fun stealth, various weapons and distractions to use against the enemy, 3 characters to choose from with own stories, multiple ways to complete levels bringing high replayability, 2 player co-op mode, etc.
Summary: It seems if a game isn't absolutely perfect in every way, someone will find a knock on it. All the reviews I have read have something to say about the AI or the fight engine or something, and for people who haven't played the game, they might be turned off and never try it out. Well, I want to make sure that doesn't happen. Tenchu WOH is one of the jewels in my (admittedly small) library of games.
Summary: I had to write a review about this game because it irks me more than any other ps2 game. The actual gameplay, for the most part, isn't so bad, but the user friendliness, interface, and features are HORRIBLE! If the outrageously powerful enemies don't kill you in massive mobs, the loading time will. This game has the absolute worst loading time I've ever seen and I've played a lot of games.
Summary: Hi, you can call me ALANA.YOU see,I think that Tenchu Wrath Of Heven should have more stars.I've had it once, I mean not me but my half brother Vince, little Vince.You see, he brought it over to my house.He tought me how to play,I thought it was the bomebigiddy.Then I got stuck with it!It was like A cruse!!!
Summary: The "co-op" of this game is not, I repeat NOT part of the main game. It is a hack-and-slash mission where you run around collecting things. It is NOT something that anyone in their right mind would deem as a co-op game. My wife actually enjoys playing co-op games with me, and this was a waste of $$$. If you don't have a real co-op game, don't throw in a little timer controlled one-shot and call it a co-op game.
Summary: That's right Tenchu fans, after suppossedly dying at the end of the first game, Rikimaru has managed to survive the cave-in when trying to get out of Lord Mei-ho's cave one year ago. Once he gets out, he goes back to Lord Gohda and Ayame and helps out with some of the problems that Lord Gohda faces daily. This game is very similar to the first one, in that it has the same old music and unfortunately, even worse voice acting.
Summary: I been waiting for the Tenchu series to have a better game, and As good as those games were, though, Tenchu 3 beats them hands down. The graphics are much better, as you would expectas you krow. gameplay are also much improved, largely due to the less steath kills of analog control. Steal kills are still the mainstay of the game, and the cut scenes for them have been improved better. I really like tesshi stealth kills.
Summary: I have played and own the original two Tenchu games, and this is been by far the most challenging of the three. The addition of the new skills gained by the original two characters and the addition of Tesshu is great. The controls are still a bit on the sticky side of things, but overall, still the same as the original. The weapons and control actually resembles the second Tenchu rather than the first.
Summary: Well, Rikimaru and Ayame are back in the third and most impressive version of the Tenchu series. Although I enjoyed Tenchu 1, It became boring after beating the game several times. But Tenchu 3 is very exciting. The gameplay and graphics are realistic and fluid. The characters have a greater ability to perform combo-attack moves. In fact, Ayame can perform quite a few acrobatic attacks. It will take a little practice to master the controller, but that's part of the fun.