Summary: WoW! I play this game a lot and all I have to say is WoW. The plot is fascinating and the gameplay is super fun. I Enjoy playing this game, and it is also fun to watch others play. The thing I really enjoy is the ability to change between different characters with unique abilities. I love the cute little animals and I will definitely give this game 5 stars. I will recommend it to anyone between the ages of 7 and 125.
Summary: I first played Mini Ninjas with my nephew who had it for his Playstation 3. I loved it so much I went out and purchased my own copy! I'm a Nintendo girl though, so I got the Wii version. Which is exactly the same by the way. The game is stunningly beautiful, with so much to explore. It is easy to get lost and off track with what your mission is, the scenes are so pretty and tranquil, and you want to see more of it! It isn't violent.
Summary: This is an excellent, not gory, combat/adventure game for the Wii. It is really excellent, except for one nit pick around the controls being a bit hard for some of the stuff. The art direction and feel is a perfectly realized stylization of a cartoon Ninja feel, with a lot of very faithful touches to create a Japanese Samurai feel to it. It shows as a labor of love that it must have been. It is hard not to love what you see here.
Summary: I am not a huge gamer but I saw this and thought it looked so fun because I love anything Ninja. It did not dissapoint at all! The game is challenging but not too much so which is good for me. I was able to beat the stages and move forward. The graphics are awesome and there are so many things the ninjas can do! A must have!!
Summary: This game is really fun to play (coming from a new Wii gamer). You get to play different characters with different talents and run around forests fighting adorable little samurai warriors that make the cutest battle noises. The gameplay itself is fun and not too difficult (though figuring out how to get certain places or kill the bosses can be tricky). I enjoyed finding the new spells to cast and looking around for flowers to make potions.
Summary: My sons love this game. They are 7 and 6 years old. Some parts are a little hard for the younger son, but it is not as frustrating for him as most games. The game is gorgeous and not very violent. There are long quiet passages between the battles, which are fun for the boys to explore. They enjoy playing as the different characters, too. Some elements of the game are hilarious for them as well. They just giggle and giggle with delight.