Summary: I wanted to like this game. When the original Tenchu: Stealth Assassins came out in 1998, it was a big step in gaming. For the first time since Metal Gear, players were actually encouraged (well, sort of) to be stealthy.
Summary: Tenchu Z - Circa 2007 GOOD: - Game has 50 missions and three different difficulty settings. - Create/customize your very own ninja with lots of costume options and props like a crow on your shoulder or an extra sword on your back, as well as change your hair style, gloves, boots, pants and top.
Summary: First off, let me say that I've been a huge fan of this series since its inception. With that said, however, this might just be the game that convinced me to never buy another Tenchu game ever again.
Excerpt: This game is amazing the first thing i would like to point out is the great value for money the second thing i would like to talk about is the game play, it has a great realism to the game as you can be picked up by smell, sound and of course vision the achievements on this game are also brilliant...
Tenchu Z: still don't really know what the Z stands for.
3 August 2009
Excerpt: I was really excited when i managed to pick this game up for just over £10. I fell in love with Tenchu and Tenchu 2. Tenchu 3: wrath of heaven was where it started to go down hill. I still hold Tenchu 2 with the highest of esteem, the game play, plot, music and graphics were excellent in their time.
Creating a ninja, water/blood effects and the graphics are decent, but the lack of effort isn't
11 June 2008
Excerpt: Difficulty: Medium Learning Curve: Around half an hour. Tenchu Z, a highly anticipated game, bringing stealth ninja action to next gen (now being current gen), but unfortunately this game went in the completely wrong direction, and making everything just seem so generic.