Use sound, smell and sight to master the “Stealth Kill.” Scale walls, fly over rooftops and spring from the shadows to attack without detection as you eliminate even the toughest opponents with one devastating blow. Create a hero to match your own playing style from a variety of different looks and attributes.
Play as a ninja strike team with your friends! Work cooperatively on Xbox Live or with system link for a completely different ninja experience.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Frank 53 from Tench On Xbox One I Love Tench, It Is awesome and epic game, I Would Love To See Tench Come TO The Xbox One Date published: 2019-07-25 Rated 5 out of 5 by FalloutMutant1 from ExcellentExcellent game, ahead of its time.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Turbo Turbine from Ninjas would appreciate this game. I had this title before several times, but only rented. Rated 3 out of 5 by Atouk74 from Love them cheap games had this game a long time ago when it first came out.
Rated 5 out of 5 by ShadowDreamer from Great game Love this game so much, tons of replay value & co-op makes it even better... When I got it, I thought it was unique and cool that you can make your own personalized character for missions and the availability of weapons, upgrades, missions, and styling were great and made it have a self-touch on the game.
While the story and missions keeps you going, unfortunately, the graphics and gameplay can be repetitive and a bit of an eye-sore. The graphics look like they should have been for original XBOX and the flow of the controller-to-game feel very “loose”, as in you have to be extremely careful how you control the character; it's very sensitive.
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Xbox One didn't sell as well as it should because it lacks the ultimate authentic ninja game, and that is Tench ! Tench would sell a lot more Xbox Ones and get more X360 owners to jump over to Xbox One. Microsoft has continent loads of money, it would be a worthwhile investment getting the rights to make it compatible and available on X1.