Summary: Found this title and was hoping it would be a good martial arts sim for my daughter...NOT REALLY! Will only have repeat play appeal to real hardcore ninja afficiandos. From catching flies with chopsticks, throwing stars at inanimate attackers, to deflecting household objects with your nunchuks (don't even get me started with what you do to the FIREflies), this is all "wax on, wax off" and NO "sweep the leg".
Summary: I enjoy the martial arts, and I thought this game had a decent approach - learn martial arts skills without violence. It's not a very good game though. The game is basically broken up into 6 minigames, with slight restrictions based on what particular form of a game you're playing. For instance, in the first Koi game, you catch as many fish as you can. in the second, you need to catch one particular fish. In the third, you catch fish as they swim across the screen.
Summary: I rented this from Blockbuster, thank goodness. The idea is great but the execution was very poor. Its basically 8 mini games with little replayability. This would have been great if it was shipped the an extra controller instead of Wii Play. But to pay full price for this is insane. Each of the games are unique and fun, the first time you play it. But thats it. A game will last for 2 minutes max. There was no total score for all games played.
Summary: We purchased this for our son (5 years old), for Christmas. He has only really 'dabbled' with the game since then. In fact, I could count on one hand the number of times he has played with it. I think it's ok but that's as far as I would stretch any positive comments. If you're looking for a new challenge on the Wii, this ain't it!
Summary: Ninja Reflex hat gute Ansätze, ist aber viel zu kurzweilig. Auch wenn EA das Spiel auf die Casual-Zielgruppe angesetzt hat, wird auch diese nach 2 - 3 Stunden Spielzeit keine Lust mehr auf die asiatische Fernkost haben. Hier gibt es eindeutig bessere und umfangreichere Minispiel-Sammlungen wie Wario Ware, die zeigen, wie es geht.