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Written by Christophor "SuperGuido" Rick   
Friday, 08 February 2008

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Sure ya can, get it? shuriken? NO? Forget it. Hey Hey EA wants you to exercise your body and your mind and your Ninja Reflex.

Do you have what it takes to be a ninja?  Enter the dojo with Ninja Reflex for the Nintendo Wii and DS to find out. 

Created by Nunchuck Games and developed by Sanzaru Games Inc. exclusively for the Nintendo Wii and DS, Ninja Reflex helps players hone their reaction times, twitch skills and reflexes with martial arts movements that take full advantage of the Wii Remote and DS stylus.

Ninja Reflex features a series of six martial arts challenges to test gamers’ reflexes, including:

  •   Shuriken:  Practice defending the courtyard from attackers on all sides with throwing stars
  •   Hotaru:  Test your quickness against the flash of a firefly
  •   Hashi:  Catch menacing flies with chopsticks
  •   Koi:  Hunt koi with you bare hands
  •   Nunchaku:  Crush incoming aerial assaults with your nunchucks
  •   Katana:  Strike down demons with your samurai sword in a bamboo forest

As players develop their ninja skills, they will strive to earn a black belt while learning martial arts secrets and ancient wisdom from their own personal Sensei. 

Gamers can also compete for ninja supremacy against their friends in fierce multiplayer battles with up to four players and results that are timed to millisecond precision.

Key Features

  •  Become a Ninja:  Choose your Ninja name from over 25,000 combinations and sharpen your Ninja skills over 11 belt ranks and 36 game variations to achieve Black Belt
  •  Train Your Reflexes:  Develop the mental sharpness, reaction speed, hand eye coordination and relaxed focus of a Ninja
  •  Intense Multiplayer Battles:  Compete for Ninja supremacy within 3 difficulty levels against friends or family with up to 4 players
  •  Wield Unique Weapons:  Turn your Wii Remotes and DS styluses into  throwing stars, katanas, nunchucks, chopsticks, and more
  •  Meditate:  When the training gets too intense, take a break and meditate for improved focus and energy
A full set of screenshots for both Wii and NDS here:

Product Specifications

Publisher:     Electronic Arts

Developer:    Nunchuck Games

Ship Date:     March 4, 2008

Category:       Action Multiplayer Party Game

 

Readers have left 2 comments.
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TheGirl, Author
I need to get me a Wii. I wanna be a ninja.

It does look interesting. I love the chopstick fly catching challange. Makes me want to clip some bonsai while Peter Cetera sings in the background.
 Posted 2008-02-08 13:45:04
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snorkle256, Registered
Yeah, this is just another reason for me to get a Wii. I r ninja!!!
 Posted 2008-02-08 14:19:25
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