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Submitted by ThatCanadianGuy 1799d ago | review

GamerDad Review: Mini Ninjas

Gamerdad writes:

"As Hiro, you'll do everything a 3-D video game ninja is expected to do: run, jump, attack bad guys with your sword and throwing stars, etc. By collecting secret scrolls, Hiro can cast powerful ninja magic spells that let him take control of animals, detect hidden secrets, conjure up fireballs, and more. You can also sneak in the grass, mix herbal remedies, run up walls, among other things.

As you play, you'll rescue your ninja friends and can then switch between them at any time. Each mini ninja has his or her own skills. Chunky Futo uses his bulk and giant hammer to bash the bigger baddies, while Suzume plays mystic melodies on her flute to lure and hypnotize enemies. But most of the time you'll play as Hiro to use his cool magic spells. Play control is solid and responsive, but since there are so many things you can do, sometimes it's hard to remember which buttons does what!" (Mini Ninjas, Nintendo DS, PC, PS3, Wii, Xbox 360) -

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