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Ninja Blade - Xbox 360

Platform : Xbox 360
Rated: Mature
36 customer reviews
Metascore: 68 / 100
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  • Unique Ninja abilities
  • Variety of weapons, tools and “Ninjutsu” – specialized Ninja
  • Interactive quick-time events
  • All 3D gaming maps are based directly from the actual skyscrapers and building tops in modern day Tokyo
  • Quick reflexes will be rewarded as players interact with controller buttons as directed on screen during intense battles
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Product Description

Product InformationTokyo Under Siege. A Modern-Day Ninja for a 21st Century Enemy.A parasite has mysteriously appeared unleashing a wave of destruction –mutating humans into vicious savage creatures. The disease has reached theshores of Japan and into the heart of Tokyo. As modern-day ninja Ken Ogawaswing fly and slice your way into extreme action to save humankind fromobliteration.Overview:Step into the dark and mysterious world of Ninja Blade where gamers will begiven the epic task to defend Tokyo and ultimately humanity itself from ahorrific geically mutating disease.High atop the towering skyscrapers of modern-day Tokyo Ken Ogawa and histeam of skilled ninjas are deployed to destroy the infected monster horde andstem the spreading disease as humanity hangs in the balance. Matters quicklytake a turn for the worse as Ken and his team are betrayed from within their ownranks. After narrowly escaping death Ken is left to fight the daunting battlealone while also attempting to understand the motivations behind his father’sbetrayal.Armed with an extensive arsenal of specialized ninja weapons tools andskills including the powerful forces of Ninja Vision and todome players mustfight insurmountable odds and once again bring peace and order to Tokyo.Features:Unique Ninja abilities: To help defeat the geicallymutated monsters players will have the special abilities of Ninja Vision andTodome at their fingertips. Enabling “Ninja Vision” will allow players todetect and analyze potential enemy weak points secret paths and hiddeninformation within the environment. Beware though while using “NinjaVision” characters bee susceptible to excess damage. Todome is a specialattack that destroys an enemy character’s core (heart) by dealing a fatalwound. Balanced and calculated use of both these abilities will be critical toprogressing through the game.Variety of weapons tools and Ninjutsu: Specialized Ninjapowers offer an enticing array of o

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Tokyo Under Siege. A Modern-Day Ninja for a 21st Century Enemy. A parasite has mysteriously appeared, unleashing a wave of destruction – mutating humans into vicious, savage creatures. The disease has reached the shores of Japan and into the heart of Tokyo. As modern-day ninja Ken Ogawa, swing, fly, and slice your way into extreme action to save humankind from obliteration.

Overview:

Step into the dark and mysterious world of Ninja Blade, where gamers will be given the epic task to defend Tokyo and ultimately humanity itself from a horrific, genetically mutating disease.

High atop the towering skyscrapers of modern-day Tokyo, Ken Ogawa and his team of skilled ninjas are deployed to destroy the infected monster horde and stem the spreading disease as humanity hangs in the balance. Matters quickly take a turn for the worse as Ken and his team are betrayed from within their own ranks. After narrowly escaping death, Ken is left to fight the daunting battle alone while also attempting to understand the motivations behind his father’s betrayal.


Players:
1 Player

Save File Size:
256 KB

Format:
16:9 Widescreen on HDTV 720p/1080i/1080p

Audio:
In-Game Dolby Digital


COMBAT BOSSES WITH SPECIAL ABILITIES. View larger.


EXTREME ACTION. View larger.


QUICK-TIME EVENTS. View larger.

Armed with an extensive arsenal of specialized ninja weapons, tools and skills including the powerful forces of Ninja Vision and todomé, players must fight insurmountable odds, and once again bring peace and order to Tokyo.

Features:

Unique Ninja abilities: To help defeat the genetically mutated monsters, players will have the special abilities of Ninja Vision and Todomé at their fingertips. Enabling “Ninja Vision” will allow players to detect and analyze potential enemy weak points, secret paths, and hidden information within the environment. Beware though, while using “Ninja Vision,” characters become susceptible to excess damage. Todomé is a special attack that destroys an enemy character’s core (heart), by dealing a fatal wound. Balanced and calculated use of both these abilities will be critical to progressing through the game.

Variety of weapons, tools and Ninjutsu: Specialized Ninja powers offer an enticing array of options. Varied environments force players to think strategically about which set of weapons and tools will be most effective at conquering their way through different levels. Everything from dual wielding swords, to grapple wire hooks, to grenades each have distinctive features and characteristics, so choose wisely! Ninjutsu is a special power that results in an explosive electrical force to either stun enemies or protect oneself from attack. Only true Ninja Masters can achieve this technique.

Interactive quick-time events: Scattered throughout integral parts of the storyline, characters will come across various quick-time events where players will have the opportunity to directly interact with in-game cut-scenes. Quick reflexes will be rewarded as players interact with controller buttons as directed on screen during intense battles.

Modern Realism: Ninja Blade offers a fresh twist to the classic ninja saga by basing all 3D gaming maps directly from the actual skyscrapers and building tops in modern day Tokyo.


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  • ASIN: B001KWFBG0
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.4 x 0.6 inches ; 4.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: April 7, 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,859 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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16 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Poisoned Blade on May 15, 2009
Ninja Blade is a ridiculously Over The Top action game that's about 7 or 8 hours of fun. While games like Ninja Gaiden are smooth, difficult, and epic, Ninja Blade feels more like Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles vs. Godzilla.

Story: 4/10
Alpha Worms infest the human population, turning them into violent and deadly mutants. The Worms can also create giant Godzilla sized monsters for epic boss battles. You play an American Ninja who's father was Japanese, but was created in a lab, and there's some mention of your mother... Umm... you're basically a video game character designed to kill monsters! That's pretty much all you need to know. The story doesn't make much sense and the dialogue is more befitting of a surfer movie than an epic action film.

Gameplay: 8/10
There are 3 types of gameplay in Ninja Blade and all are fun.
1. Hack and Slash Sword Fighting and Ninja Magic vs. Zombies and Bosses
This is the core of the game. There are 3 weapon types (katana, massive heavy sword, and fast twin blades) and they all have their own strengths and weaknesses. There are a fair amount of combos for each weapon and the combat is fluid and complete with finishing moves. You also get elemental Ninja Magic for fighting enemies and using the environment to your advantage. All of your weapons and magic can be upgraded by collecting orbs found in the environments or by killing enemies.

2. Quicktime Events
Reminiscent of Dragon's Lair, a crazy action scene plays and you press the right button at the right time to keep the sequence going. If you mess up, it's ok, the scene rewinds a few seconds and you can keep trying until you get it right. These action scenes are so over the top... It's like watching a Popeye cartoon if Popeye had 10 cans of Spinach...
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Siklootd on April 7, 2010
In the day and age of action games being overly exaggerated, many titles come to mind when recalling over the top action/adventure games. Titles such as Devil May Cry and God of War are two of the best action adventure titles that truly take the action and adrenaline rush to an extremely exaggerated level. Scenes where Kratos rips apart mythical creatures with his bare hands, and scenes where Dante jumps atop a moving missile and navigates it with his feet, are prime examples of why these games are non-stop action. Never did I think I would encounter a game with just as much gameplay exaggeration as these, but then I bought Ninja Blade.

Ninja Blade looks beautiful. Its crisp and sharp graphics are stunning to look at, and its in game animations are top notch. The scale of the levels and boss battles also take full advantage of the graphical powers the game is boasting. The action is fast paced and even though it resembles Ninja Gaiden, Devil May Cry, and God of War, Ninja Blade has an identity of its own.

The story focuses around a group of soldiers/ninja who are codenamed G.U.I.D.E. They are responsible for the elimination of threats that normal weapons and humans are not capable of defeating on their own. The player takes control of an American born ninja named Ken Ogawa, who happens to be the son of the leader of G.U.I.D.E. The team has been called to Japan to assist in containing a sudden outbreak that has occurred as a result of parasites referred to as "Alpha Worms". These worms are causing the citizens of Japan to mutate into horrible creatures who are under full control of the parasites. After being betrayed by both his father and his friend, Ken Ogawa is left to contain the outbreak on his own.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Marcus Fenix on May 13, 2009
The game is without any doubt a very good game, period. It is pure adrenaline, it takes some aspects borrowed from other games (Resident Evil, God of War, Ninja Gaiden), but the game itself shines on it's own. It is a fast paced,challenging with some of the best epic boss fights that you have ever seen in any game. Easier than Ninja Gaiden 2 (which is almost impossible to beat), but challenging though. Epic ending

Good/Pros

Fast action paced
Great graphics
Fun gameplay
Awesome bosses
Easy to learn controls
Great combos
Length of the game is OK

Cons

Save system needs to get checkpoints in the middle of a mission (there are checkpoints), but if you turn off the console, you need to start that mission again. Need to finish the mission to get a real save game. Missions take a little bit more than an hour the first time you play (average)

No multiplayer, only uploads to Xbox Live to compare your stats to with others on the leaderboards

Even though these cons, this particular game is superb and awesome. For me it's a 5 star game and worths the money
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By James Skemp VINE VOICE on April 24, 2012
God of War was a pretty good game, but the game made popular quick time events, which I absolutely despised.

When I saw Ninja Blade at a used media store I was taken back by how little it cost, for what seemed like a fairly enjoyable game, similar to Ninja Gaiden (note: Ninja Gaiden 2 for the Xbox 360 is kicking my butt, but I fully plan on finishing it, have picked up Sigma for the PlayStation 3, and am semi-interested in picking up others in the series).

When I popped it in I was impressed with the visuals, and then the quick time events started. And they never stop. If you're as poor at quick times events as I am, expect to have approximately half your time taken up by them. Of course, I kid, but only slightly.

However, after finishing Ninja Blade, I was actually rather happy with the game, and can absolutely see myself putting it in in the future to pick up some of the achievements (less than half) that I'm missing. Sure, the quick time events are harsh, but the ability to replay them with little ill-effect tones the frustration down.

I also rather liked the story, which reminded me of The Third Birthday and Drakengard (keeping in mind that I read an English translation of a Nier book).

With the exception of weapon switching, which is mostly due to the 360's inferior d-pad, the game was also rather fluid, suffering from only a bit of slowness at extremely 'intense' periods of activity.

If you like Ninja Gaiden's game play, and aren't afraid of fairly intense quick time events, definitely give Ninja Blade a try.

4 of 5 stars for a difficult, but rewarding, and replayable, game.
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