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Submitted by user9422077 2238d ago | review

Games2C: Tenchu 4 Review

Games2C:

"The difficulty in engaging normal soldiers in swordplay is actually toned down a notch when reaching end of level boss characters. This is a very telling sign that the developers knew that the swordplay mechanic was invariably broken and subsequently made tweaks to the big boss characters or face a totally broken game. It's shoddy, and utterly spoils what could have been a great debut for the loveable sneaky ninja. Instead as we said in the beginning, it's a gruelling path that lies ahead for any would–be Wii assassins – patience isn't so much a virtue, rather a prerequisite." (Tenchu 4, Wii) 5/10

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