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Tenchu: Shadow Assassins Previews - Wii

Game Description:The key part of any good kidnapping plan: make sure your target's parents don't have ninjas at their disposal. Unfortunately, whoever kidnapped the daughter of Japanese feudal lord Gohda didn't plan ahead. Elite ninjas Rikimaru and Ayame have spilled plenty of blood serving their master. So when Godha's daughter is kidnapped, they spring into action in this Tenchu saga. Master all the deadly skills of a ninja, using over 17 ninja weapons and tools, all with true ninja motions on the Wii. Slip silently through environments to take out targets with a ninja's greatest weapon: stealth. Fight through enemy territory by completing missions on your way to becoming the ultimate ninja.
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    Tenchu 4 First Look

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    Producer Mashori Takeuchi talks to Morgan Webb about the upcoming Tenchu 4.

    Posted: Oct 13, 2008 | 4,264 Views | 02:33 | 2 Comments


  • Tenchu: Shadow Assassins Review

    Posted: February 9, 2009

    15,676 Views | 02:27 | 39 Comments

  • Tenchu: Shadow Assassins Story Trailer

    Posted: January 14, 2009

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  • Tenchu 4 First Look

    Posted: October 13, 2008

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  • Tenchu 4 Wii Trailer

    Posted: September 24, 2008

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