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Tenchu Z Latest News - Xbox 360

Game Description:Who says the only way to fight is head-to-head? Sneaking around rooftops and taking out your enemies from behind is the way to go! Classic Tenchu gaming is back, with all the grappling hooks and explosives from previous games, as well as the medieval Japanese environments. This time, however, you can create your own character and select unique attributes, making them sneakier, smarter, and tougher. Use your stealth kills to take out guards and complete challenging missions in perfect ninja style. The camera has been updated, too, so it follows the action better than ever before.
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  • Xbox Live's Least Played Online Games

    When Xbox Live users are not playing Halo 3 or Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare online, you probably won't find them playing the titles below. Official Xbox Magazine made a compilation of the least played Xbox Live online games. Here's a few of them: Brian Lara International Cricket (screenshot above, Codemasters, 2007) - seriously. ...

    Posted August 12, 2008| 7 Comments

    Xbox Live's Least Played Online Games
  • Capcom Snatches 'Tenchu' Developers

    Capcom has just purchased K2 Studios, developers of the recent Tenchu games including Tenchu Z for the 360. Capcom made this move to make their "game development activities more efficient and speedy." Hopefully, Capcom's influence will make the Tenchu games better because a next-gen, ninja assassination game done right could be...

    Posted March 31, 2008| 11 Comments

    Capcom Snatches 'Tenchu' Developers

 


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