Summary: N+ is based on the commonly available "N" that can be found for free online. N+, however, is better than the original and crammed full of action packed ninja goodness. The PSP allows for superior control over the movement, increasing quality of play drastically.
Summary: I love N+. It's simply the most addictive and fun game I've played this year. It's all about the game play (easy to learn, difficult to master) and not the graphics. I already own the Xbox Live version - I bought it when it came out at the beginning of the year - and have beaten the 300 levels in that version. I just picked up the PSP version to get the 200 new levels (and have finished 180 of them so far), and am having a blast with the game again.
Summary: I was iffy about how this would play out on a smaller screen but it looks great! Also I am not big on video game music but the soundtrack is pretty rockin. Recommend it highly to N fans and those who are new to the game.
Summary: I used to play the original N on my PC, so I went to my local gaming store (you know what it's called, but I am not sure that Amazon would like me saying the name) and bought it used. This game is loads of fun. There is a revamped design for the PSP, or you can use the classic design from the PC version. The levels seem easy at first, but get incredibly challenging as you move on. And speaking of levels, there are tons (I have only completed about 20 levels out of 200)!
Summary: This game is so beyond addicting, it's ridiculous! I become so engrossed in this game that I loudly celebrate (or jeer using explatives) when I win (or lose :( ) a level! There are tons of levels and each present their own unique challenge. It's a fairly simple concept--you the ninja, collecting gold, opening portals and avoiding obstacles--but man, it's so super sweet! If you like games like Tetris, Patapon, Katamari, etc--puzzle or challenge type games, you'll love N+!
Summary: You will die a lot, but you will have a lot of fun. Levels are short, but there are many. You die in seconds, if you don't die in less than a minute or don't pass a level at that time... that means you are too slow. When you think you have completed all the 40 stages, get ready to get more challenges. This game is good for those who play for few minutes since they are "busy" or can't find time to play video games. You get a lot of actions in seconds/minutes.
Summary: my friend got me into Ngame originally and then wen i told him im getting this game, he got a lil jealous cuz he doesnt hav a psp and a lil excited for me to let him play.... anyways, its an awsome game, and if uve ever played the original then its like drinking a nice cold coke from the old glass bottles in the middle of the desert...