final ninja saga
The final ninja saga is the tale of Takeshi and his escape for the underworld master Akuma, the game is a take on the 10th year of his escape and will have you playing Takeshi wanting to settle the old score once and for all.
The game is a stealth ninja action adventure with simple controls to get you swinging from the rooftops onto industrial vectors and exhaust plants. The arrow controls move Takeshi in the left and right direction and allows for a jump up. The bottom arrow in particular allows Takeshi to go into invisible mode when being attacked. This works only if Takeshi is not injured before the attack.
To get Takeshi swinging you will need to aim your rope with the mouse and choose a top level target point then keep pressed long down the left mouse button…..this will realease the rope and takeshi can cclimb this rope using the top arrow keys. The fun part is the tarzan like swing…if you allow Takeshi to have enough rope length you can move the left and right arrows to get him swinging. Once you get the hang of this you can actually graduate from a tarzan swing to a stealth ninja swing.
Clicking the left mouse key down releases the ninja star weapon , this is different from a long press and should be used to attack enemies. Simply aim your mouse at them and click the mouse to attack. Getting this motion along with the swing and jump in a single move will make you more ninja than ever.
The game is directed well by Aaron Steed who placed ‘this way’ signs all the way to let you know you’re on your way…so if you don’t see the this way sign…you’re on the wrong path. It is quite commendable to note the artwork by Simon Hunter keeps you gripped through all twenty levels of the final Ninja.