Sisvia today announced PikoNinja – The Last Ninja, a family-friendly game that has players defeating the evil minions of MaskiNinja to recover 4 sacred fruits in order to restore the health of Master Ke-Bran-Tao. Here’s the deal:
In PikoNinja you must control Piko through levels full of platform ninja action. Naturally, Piko is a ninja with plenty of superpowers and all the germane attacks. Besides, Piko is “widely” one of the best ninjas of his clan because… eh… eh… well, let’s say that Piko has gained a bit of weight lately, and always arrives the last in all his ninja tests (The Last Ninja). Piko can stomp his enemies, use several ninja arms (shurikens, bombs and bubbles), and even invoke the Clan’s dragon! In order to achieve his mission, you have to lead Piko through more than 25 levels with plenty of colorful ninja action, and defeat MaskiNinja and his 4 EvilBeasts, who are guarding the fruits. Do you have the ninja skills required for controlling Piko?
The game features 25+ levels and characters, various weapons and more. There’s a demo for the game that includes some levels as well as a tutorial stage.
Quickly name an anime series that has over a hundred episodes, tons of games and is still insanely popular? NARUTO!
Namco Bandai has announced the latest game title to the vehemently popular anime series – Naruto: Uzumaki Chronicles, exclusive to the PS2 and scheduled for release this Winter.
“NARUTO: Uzumaki Chronicles” introduces a lush, never-before-seen 3D world that will test the players’ Ninjutsu skills as Naruto, the feisty orphan who wants to become the most respected and admired ninja of all time. A brand new story drives the missions as players experience the trials and tribulations of a ninja-in-training – fierce competition from fellow students and constant challenges from their teachers. Players can collect status-boosting chips and plates to customize all aspects of Naruto’s abilities and face-off against multiple enemies using either close combat moves or long-range weapons like shurikens and explosive cards. With familiar characters like Kakashi, Sasuke and Neji that can swoop in for assistance, “NARUTO: Uzumaki Chronicles” offers mini-games and lethal attacks straight from the popular anime series to satiate any aspiring ninja.
Sega of Europe today officially announced Tenchu: Time of Assassins exclusively for the PSP. The publisher has partnered with FromSoftware and K2 Studios to bring the title to the portable console on June 23.
All the classic Tenchu characters will return for the game, including Rikimaru, Ayame, Rin and Tesshu. Each character will have a different story, with each story taking place in different levels. In addition to the scenario mode, there will also be a “free mission” mode that will let players go through 50 independent missions after they have completed the single-player campaign.
Time of Assassins will make use of the PSP’s wireless connection, letting players go head-to-head or play co-operatively using a local connection. The title will also be host to a creation tool, allowing players to create their own stages and share them with friends via ad hoc download.
As stated above, Tenchu: Time of Assassins will be sneaking up to European stores on June 23.