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Submitted by BIoodmask 1955d ago | review

NWR: Mini Ninjas Review

Admittedly, the DS version of Mini Ninjas does have its flaws. Its controls aren't seamless, especially when it comes to wall-jumping, and it's a much more straightforward, action-oriented title than the other Mini Ninjas games. But it also manages to be a unique and meaningful experience, regardless of comparisons to those other titles.

The Plane of Spirits puzzles are an excellent addition, and it offers a lengthy experience with unique levels and content. Add to that the game's general style and good execution, and Mini Ninjas is a game that shouldn't be overlooked, even if you have already played the console versions. (Mini Ninjas, Nintendo DS) 8/10

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