Tenchu: Dark Secret places you in the shoes of ninja assassins charged with protecting the life of a princess. Stalk your enemies with sword in hand, plant explosive traps in the underbrush, or strike with an assortment of realistic ninja weaponry- the choice is yours! With over 40 single-player missions and the ability to construct your own weapons and items, Tenchu is sure to keep your sword hand busy for a long time.
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* Strike at a friend!: Prove your mettle with the metal by challenging friends to a local wireless multiplayer match! Tenchu: Dark Secret boasts three unique modes and a whole host of options to keep each match fresh and fun. Whether you're creeping through a bamboo forest to imbed a dagger in your friend's back or setting a trap to steal his precious dumplings, you're going to need a towel to wipe the sweat from your hands!
* Shop Online!: New a new bamboo trap? Short on shurikins? Just hop online! Tenchu: Dark Secret allows players to buy, sell and trade items via Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection. You can choose to transact with either friends or strangers.
Tenchu Dark Secret is rated
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Rated 3 out of
This game was decent for what it was.I'll start by saying that this game is still decent for what it was, but do not expect anything spectacular getting this game. You still feel like you're playing Tenchu, but this game compared to all the other games was the weakest of all the games in the series. Both Ayame and Rikimaru could only attack once in each succession, so avoid head-on combat if at all possible(which sometimes can be challenging to do). You don't have your grappling hook in this game. Instead you're given an indispensable bamboo trap which you can set on the ground. It'll inflict heavy damage if stepped on(including your ninja). Your Ki Meter isn't as strong. Keeping your stealth is a lot harder. Your vision is limited. The camera will primarily focus over your character as you roam around and do missions. If you press against a wall, the camera will shift towards that direction. One unique feature new to the series is synthesizing items to make ninja gear such as shuriken or rice balls. You can collect various items while completing missions. You can mix these items later on the menu to make new ninja items. All in all, I wouldn't give this game much credit or props. It was just another game to me and I'll find other games. If you really want to play Tenchu to get the whole feel of playing a ninja, find the games on Playstation. I can't speak for the games on Xbox or Wii though.
Date published: 2011-03-05
Rated 4 out of
amazingk so i have heard a ton of garbage about how horible thiss game is and all that but this game is awsome!!!!!!!!!!!!!! realy gives u the feel of a ninja buy it!!!!!