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It's the ten-year anniversary of Tenchu! To celebrate this, the original team that made Stealth Assassins returns to make Tenchu 4. Controls will be reworked to make use of the amazing waggle-wand. Title: Tenchu 4 Platform: Wii Release: 23-10-2008 (Japan), Q1 2009 (US and Europe) Players: 1 Developer: Acquire Publisher: From Software Ubisoft will publish Tenchu 4 in the US and Europe as Tenchu 4: Art of the Ninja 1up TGS08 Preview IGN TGS08 Preview Screenshots from TGS08 on IGN Tenchu 4 trailers and walkthroughs here at the Gametraile
In case you missed it, I was very enthusiastic about Styx: Master of Shadows last year because it was 'a stealth game actually about stealth'. Nowadays most games which get billed as 'stealth games' in fact only use a simplified implementation of stealth as a minor part of the overall gameplay experience. Allow me to quote myself: In short, despite its low-budget looks and lack of polish, Styx: Master of Shadows is very much a stealth game like they used to make and it features a focus on verticality in the design of its environments, which reminded me of Tenchu in a good way. I alw
I suspect not a lot of people are going to be interested in this thread, but what the hell. Styx: Master of Shadows is a stealthgame from Cyanide Studios, they usually make cycling games but have been branching out to other genres since a few years back. You may have heard of Of Orcs and Men, their b-game RPG that didn't click with me at all, despite a few interesting concepts. The sneaky goblin Styx also appears in Of Orcs and Men, it's the same setting and I suspect Master of Shadows is a prequel. But I'm not completely sure since the story is pretty bad. In fact, there are a lot
I miss the thread subtitles And why is there no [stealth] tag goddammit, or should I tag this as a FPS or something? Anyway, Shinobido is a game some of you might remember from the PS2 days. It was never released in the USA, but for some reason they did bother with a PAL version. The game was made by the original Tenchu devs, who you might also know from the Way of the Samurai series, and who went on to make Shinobido (translated: Way of the Ninja, with 'shinobi' meaning 'ninja' faq fans!) after losing the Tenchu ip as a sort of spiritual successor. It took the best elements of Tench