This is one of my favourite PS2 games.
The story OK for an adventure game. It’s basically about the corruption of Japan and you destroying it.
Great Graphics, almost everything is detailed. The surroundings look amazing. You can kinda relate to Onimusha, but looks a bit better.
Sound and Music: 10/10
The music fits greatly with the ninja atmosphere. Sound effects are great, and sound realistic too.
Now this is where the game rules. You are an assasin in Japan, a ninja to be exact. So you are given missions a where you have too kill someone. You can use stealth, or ruthless combat. Then there are stealth attacks, which look very violent. Also there is a multiplayer mode, which will last for months.
So if you like ninjas or stealth games, get this.
You forgot the dual stealth kills in multiplayer.
I prefer Ninja Gaiden just cuz the Ninja looks cooler.
That’s like saying “I like hitler more than Churchill because he’s skinnier! :D”
You kinda need to explain the scores you give a game and why it deserved such a score.
If it’s anything like the PSX Tenchu, it must be good. Is Rikimaru (one of the 2 characters from the first Tenchu) playable again?
There is Rikimaru, Ayame and a secret character, Tesshi. He uses fists.
I only rented Tenchu: Wrath of Heaven once, but I remember really liking it. I’m more used to a DMC type game that’s based on all out action (or an RPG, of course :P), but this is just as good.
Sounds good. I might check it out.
I will admit that Tenchu: WoH, is a great game. But I just don’t feel it is long enough, it was just a bit too easy to complete the levels, when you know what you ae doing.
And by the way, the third playable person is Tesshu, and he is an assassin, not a ninja, so he doesn’t have all the cool ninja moves Rikimaru and Ayame have. They could have done a lot better with his character, but they didn’t.
If you know what you’re doing in ANY game it’s easy