Even though ninjas are technically supposed to be silent, Namco announced loudly today that I-Ninja has shipped for the Xbox and the GameCube. Unlike most titles about the silent Japanese assassins, the Argonaut Games-developed action game puts a humorous spin on the ninja genre. The story follows a hero, creatively named "Ninja," as he slashes his way through a passel of goofy villains with the help of a magical knickknack and a lifetime supply of throwing stars.
To learn more about I-Ninja, read GameSpot's review of the PlayStation 2 edition of the game, which arrived in stores last month. All versions are rated "T" for teen and retail for $39.99.