Reviews and Problems with Shinobido : Tales of the Ninja
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Shinobido: Tales of the Ninja Review
23 November 2007
Excerpt: Leaping from rooftop to rooftop, dropping onto unwitting enemies' shoulders for an instant kill, stealing valuable documents and then escaping the enemy fortress before anyone has even noticed you were there, this is what being a ninja is all about.
Conclusion: THE VERDICT: Technical issues do mar the experience somewhat, and controls can be a bit on the flighty side, which serves to dampen the overall experience somewhat. Nevertheless, Shinobido is a good effort and is a fine addition to the burgeoning Really Rather Good Games List for the PSP.
Conclusion: Shinobido: Tales of the Ninja is a game about ninjas, but is as clumsy as a three-legged donkey who’s had his water spiked. The levels are small and carelessly thought out, the camera offers a tougher challenge than the AI and the missions hardly vary.
Pros: The pipe music sounds all orient-y, While you’re stuck in the walls you don’t have to look at the ugly characters, UMD’s small size makes it perfect as a home-made
Cons: The camera is more painful than an acid enema, Plain levels, Plain graphics, More plain than, bread, I won’t get the hours I spent reviewing this back…
Excerpt: Ordet "Ninja" har for de fleste fået en lidt anden betydning, da Dolph ofte brugte dette sammen med ord som; kølle, B.S. Christiansen og Chuck Norris. Der er dog ikke meget ”død med kølle” over Shinobido: Tales of the Ninja.
Pros: Bedre lydeffekter og muligheden for at styre kameraet.
Cons: At snige os ind på fjenden og lave et brutalt mord bagfra med det imponerende samuraisværd.