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  • Summary: Master the Art of Speed and become a Ninja Gamer. Ninja Reflex uses martial arts challenges to test your reflexes, sharpen your hand-eye coordination, and measure your reaction times to the millisecond. Wield throwing stars, katanas, nunchucks…even chopsticks. Progress from White Belt allMaster the Art of Speed and become a Ninja Gamer. Ninja Reflex uses martial arts challenges to test your reflexes, sharpen your hand-eye coordination, and measure your reaction times to the millisecond. Wield throwing stars, katanas, nunchucks…even chopsticks. Progress from White Belt all the way to Black Belt, 3rd Degree, and see if you can complete the 50+ Steam achievements on your journey. [Valve] Expand
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  2. Negative: 1 out of 4
  1. A crippling absense in the multiplayer is online play. [June 2008, p.81]
  2. 60
    Even at $10, Ninja Reflex just doesn't seem to pack a ton of value, and the repetitive nature of the minigames may grate on you after a while.
  3. As a distraction, it's passable enough, at least at this price. [June 2008, p.112]
  4. Ancient oriental arts turned into a pointless pyjama party. [June 2008, p.89]
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  1. AWG
    Jul 25, 2013
    7
    A surprisingly good and addictive game composed of minigames; a very funny experience until you reach the status of Brown Belt, then the gameA surprisingly good and addictive game composed of minigames; a very funny experience until you reach the status of Brown Belt, then the game get too difficult and frustrating. "Multiplayer" is just local co-op. Collapse