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Score Breakdown Based on 541 ratings
  1. 10 (69)
  2. 9 (49)
  3. 8 (67)
  4. 7 (98)
  5. 6 (99)
  6. 5 (60)
  7. 4 (31)
  8. 3 (20)
  9. 2 (17)
  10. 1 (31)

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  • User Rating 7.8

    Go out and paint the towns red, Kurenai.

    Rated on July 15, 2006 by CCSchlueter

    Red Ninja: The End of Honor opens with a historical inaccuracy that's pretty hard to swallow. It takes place during the Warring States era of Japan's history and implies that somewhere along the line ...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
  • User Rating 2.4

    Don't waste your time or money

    Rated on July 18, 2006 by markagerholm

    It's not the worst game ever made, but often times Red Ninja really feels like it. I picked this game up not knowing anything about it. I thought the box art was really cool, and the focus of the ga...

    0 out of 1 found this review helpful.
  • User Rating 6.5

    This is the Emmerich and Devlin "Godzilla" of the PS2.

    Rated on January 04, 2006 by IanFinnesey

    Red Ninja looks pretty good. In most situations, it plays pretty well. The premise is overdone, but solid enough... It's not a great game, barely a good game, but the critics fall all over each oth...

    0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
  • User Rating 6.8

    red ninja is like tenchu's little sister who was given up for adoption. it's sad, but what can you do?

    Rated on January 12, 2006 by gaeren

    let's rephrase. red ninja is like tenchu had a little sister who was kicked in the head by a mule. she tries really hard, and you can tell she's tenchu's kin, but she just doesn't work quite right. ...

    0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
  • User Rating 4.5

    Red Ninja has some potential, but is wasted on poor design choices and a lack of polish.

    Rated on September 20, 2012 by ivory_soul

    The Good: The tetsugen is an awesome weapon, Kurenai is a sexy assassin, the game looks pretty good The Bad: Broken camera, terrible platforming, weird and awkward controls, stupid AI, generic look...

    0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
  • User Rating 7

    Red Ninja is a fine game and a lot of fun.

    Rated on February 02, 2006 by iowastate

    Red Ninja does get a little awkward sometimes and the gameplay tends to become repetetive due to the lack of variation in weaponry. But what you have is a blast, especially if you like cute young gir...

    2 out of 3 found this review helpful.
  • User Rating 6

    Broken like a guards neck.

    Rated on September 24, 2006 by Truthofme

    Now a lot of people like Ninjas. Me included. We have all played Tenchu and Ninja Gaiden. You probably still play them just to see peoples heads roll. Fun games. This one. Is not one of those ga...

    0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
  • User Rating 5.5

    This game needs some touches.

    Rated on April 03, 2005 by ltrunksh

    Your main character in the game is Kurenai, the ninja girl with red clothes.(nothing important). The combat system in the game is very simple. You start the game with a blade and a wire. With the blad...

    0 out of 2 found this review helpful.
  • User Rating 4

    Red Ninja, what a shame... it could have been good.

    Rated on September 28, 2005 by joetbd

    Red Ninja... it was a good idea, but it turned out to be a bad game. It is a causal stealth game, about a young female ninja. What's not to like about that? I call it a "causal Stealth" game, becau...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
  • User Rating 6.5

    What a crock, you crocks, you cooks, what have you done?!?

    Rated on September 04, 2007 by mikeyed

    This game isn't amazing. Nor is it fantastic, expansive, beautiful, full of variety, or contain any originality, besides the tetsugen, of course, but gosh darn it, at least it's functional. Tenchu...

    0 out of 0 found this review helpful.