Conclusion: However those are just minor gripes that prevent this from being a perfect experience, none of it really detracts from the great game Criterion has put together. If you have a need for speed, insane jumps, hidden routes, and flashy cars, all mixed with a healthy dose of mayhem and destruction, Burnout: Paradise is for you. 2008 has started off with a bang.
Conclusion: Avec l’expérience que From Software a pu acquérir après le grand nombre d’opus de cette série, on s’attendait à mieux. Bien que les fans de l’univers Tenchu puissent y trouver un intérêt certain, ce jeu ne s’adresse qu’à un petit groupe de joueurs, non seulement par sa qualité médiocre (qui attirera surtout des fans inconditionnels) mais aussi par sa restriction d’âge (16+) A près de 60€, ce titre reste un jeu assez cher en comparaison de sa qualité.
Pros: Univers des Ninjas
Cons: Pas à la hauteur des attentes, Répétitivité des missions
Conclusion: Online play is pretty much the same, though I didn't spend much time on it because so few people play this game online, getting a group together just wasn't worth the waiting time. For being a game with the same missions over and over, requiring mindless obedience, it is pretty addictive, though it has little-to-no replay value, it's ok for a run or two, but personally, I'd start on hard and play through...
Excerpt: Back when 3D adventure games were still relatively revolutionary, stealth games weren't just innovative, but extremely fashionable. Thanks to Metal Gear Solid nearly every third-person action game to this day features at least a few moments of sneaking along walls and learning enemy guards' movement patterns. But long before stealth had been milked dry, there was Tenchu, a PSone adventure set in the mystical world of feudal Japan.
Summary: What I often hate in critical reviews of games is that once the reviewer has latched onto a game’s flaws, they forget any positives the game has and proceed to bury the game when in actuality, the game has appeal. Not to everybody, but when a game does some things right, that should be recognised. So basically, I’ve been as honest as I can about this game, if you like the sound of it, do not be deterred by what has been said about it.
Conclusion: Lacking most of what makes a game exciting, Tenchu Z still seems to hold your attention for the time it takes to complete the game. As for the multiplayer, it is virtually non-existent. This game could have been so much more but fails to impress on too many levels to warrant giving it any sympathy votes, and as such scores very low overall. Here's hoping K2 give us a far more polished sequel to rid the ugly taste from our mouths.