Red Ninja: End of Honor
Publisher(s): Vivendi Universal Games
Genre: Action, Adventure
Game review links: : 47/100
Game description: As the power of the samurai class fades, Japan turns to the ninja to uphold political power during chaotic times. One such ninja, Kurenai, lives to avenge her father's death and will go to any means necessary to destroy the Black Lizard Clan. Kurenai is a master of the tetsugen, a wire weapon that can cut off an enemy's head or hang them from a tree, depending on the end attachments used and the length and strength of the weapon's wire. Aggressively employing such tactics as wearing disguises, using womanly wiles, and controlling Ninjutsu powers will help you to escape enemies.
Red Ninja: End of Honor, known in Japan as Red Ninja: Kekka no Mai, is a 2005 video game for the PlayStation 2 and Xbox platforms, created in a collaboration between the game developer Tranji Studios (now ERTAIN Corporation) and the film writer Shinsuke Sato. It was published by Vivendi Games. The game's theme song "Foolish Dream" was performed by Yoko Ishida. The game was poorly received and was Tranji Studios' only published title.
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- Original names: 紅忍 〜血河の舞〜 (SLPM-65945)
- Also known as Red Ninja: Kekka no Mai (JP)