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5.3 out of 10

Ninja Reflex

Ninja Reflex uses a series of martial arts challenges to test ga Read more

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Overall 6
6.0

Ninja Reflex Wii Review

Console Obsession
28 May 2010
  • Excerpt: Ninja Reflex has the Wii remote acting as a sword, a nunchaku, shuriken and a pair of chopsticks. It’s also another mini game collection, which means you either have already stopped reading this article (come back, be it game or person, we all deserve a chance) or are in acceptance of the large quantity of such collections that fill the Wii shelf space up.
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Quick and fun Japanese-themed reflex training.

Common Sense Media
25 September 2008
  • Summary: Parents need to know that this is a reflex training game composed of various ninja-themed exercises designed to quicken a player's response time to onscreen stimuli. The atmosphere is one of self-improvement; a gentle-voiced sensei repeatedly preaches the importance harmony between body, mind, and spirit. Most of the training is refreshingly benign, involving activities such as catching flies with chopsticks or fish with a bare hand.
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Overall 4
4.0

Test Ninja Reflex

Generation NT
14 September 2008
  • Pros: Un concept peu exploité, Une ambiance sonore et visuelle dépaysante, Un mode Méditation bien pensé
  • Cons: Peu de contenu, Un mode multijoueurs trop ennuyeux, Une prise en main laborieuse, Trop répétitif
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Ninja Reflex Review

VideoGamer.com
13 September 2008
  • Excerpt: Mini-game collections for the Wii aren't necessarily a bad thing, but they are when they're ridiculously overpriced. Ninja Reflex features a staggering six mini-games for the extortionate price of £30 (£20 on DS). At £5 per mini-game you'd expect some pretty amazing Ninja action, with plenty of flipping out Ninja-style. You don't get it. The game is split into single-player and multiplayer modes.
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Overall 4
4.0
Gameplay 1
0.5
Graphics 0
0.4
Sound 1
0.5
Versatility 0
0.3
Funfactor 0
0.4

Ninja Reflex (Wii) Review

411mania.com
29 June 2008
  • Excerpt: I love Ninjas. They are awesome. Ninjas are so sweet, they make me want to crap my pants. I love mini-games. Mini-games rule. Mini-games are so sweet; they make me want to punch someone in the face. Put them together and you should have a title that makes me wanna flip out and start kicking my friends’ butts like they were pirates. So when I got the chance to review a collection of mini-games devoted to all things ninja, I was ecstatic.
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Overall 6
6.0

Wii Review - 'Ninja Reflex'

WorthPlaying
7 April 2008
  • Summary: Ninja Reflex uses a series of martial arts challenges to test gamers’ reflexes and measure their reaction times with millisecond precision. Players can also compete for ninja supremacy against their friends in fierce multiplayer battles with up to four players.
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Overall 8
8.0

Expert Review

TheStar.com
26 March 2008
  • Excerpt: If you're old enough to remember the Karate Kid and that catching-flies with chopsticks bit, EA has published a game of it. If you're not old enough to remember, just know that catching flies with chopsticks is pretty cool -- for 15 minutes a day, at least.
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Overall 8
8.0

Ninja Reflex

Evergeek
26 March 2008
  • Excerpt: If you're old enough to remember the Karate Kid and that catching-flies with chopsticks bit, EA has published a game of it. If you're not old enough to remember, just know that catching flies with chopsticks is pretty cool -- for 15 minutes a day, at least.
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Overall 6
6.0

Ninja Reflex Review (Wii)

WiiDS.co.uk
22 August 2008
  • Excerpt: Score - 6.0
  • Pros: Good art direction, Meditation mode is a interesting addition, Uses the Wiimote well, Minigames are fun…
  • Cons: But dont last long enough, More character slots are needed, £30 price point is too high.
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Overall 4
4.0

Expert Review

Official Nintendo Magazine
28 July 2008
  • Excerpt: If The Karate Kid taught us anything it's that the worst bit about learning to be a master fighter is the training. In the 1984 film, Mr Miyagi taught Daniel (san) how to be a karate expert by getting him to clean cars and paint fences. Daniel got frustrated until he realised that he could use the techniques he had learned in a fight. Great!
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