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Platform: DS
Genre: Action
Developer: Metanet Software Inc.

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08/26/2008

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Reader Reviews

N+ review

Reviewed September 27, 2008

disco says: "They make it look so easy. The ninjas, I mean. They’re so awesome at what they do. Leaping around rooftops is like playing hopscotch to them. They can make themselves virtually invisible, lurking within the shadows for that single, perfect time to strike. A quick flick of the wrist can leave dozens of bloody, shuriken-ridden corpses littering the scene. But it’s not like ninjas have always been like that; once upon a time, your favorite veiled assassin was just some inept little rookie with drea..."
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N+ review

Reviewed September 02, 2008

timrod says: "There seems to be a big craze these days over difficult acrobatic-based platformers. Most of them were freeware to begin with – Jumper, I Wanna Be The Guy, etc. So far, only one game has made it to a commercial release, that game being Way of the N, ported as N+ to the DS and XBox Live Arcade. Since I could get the game as freeware anyway, I had no qualms about finding the newly-released rom and loading it onto my flashcart. "
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