by KNIGHT_OF_RUNE on Sunday, April 9, 2006
This game, Ninja Brothers, was the first rpg I ever completed at the age of four. Blending two battle systems, tasteful humor, and above average music, Culture Brain made the best of what the NES had to offer at its time. In my experiences following the completion of this game, I have found that very few people have heard of this game, nevermind having played it. Just last week, I was told by 2 major video game retailers that they had no information on this game in their database. Don't let its lack of fame fool you. Ninja Brothers is greatly underestimated and underappreciated. Offered the control of 1-2 ninjas (single/multi-player), you will find yourself in a land where random battles can be welcomed, the music (though repetitive) is good, and your mission is clear. I also found the creativity to be evident in the making of each enemy and boss. Special attention was paid to the facial expressions of characters during dialogue/battles. I also find it important to note that the story, contrary to what "ninjaboy" had written, is actually quite linear. I don't remember any choices that you can make during the game to neccessarily change its course. And I still play Ninja Brothers every other week. My overall rating for this game is 9.5/10.In my online research, I have only found one other person than myself who is knowledgable in Little Ninja Brothers, DaltonofZeal. From what I've seen, he's just as experienced, or more, than I in this game. If you have any questions concerning Ninja Brothers, or want to talk about it, hit me up. AOL sn: tacticalfantasy7 email: t.g.cid<<@hotmail.com>>
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