While the Nintendo DS is home to more than its fair share of brain-training games, those titles have a new, much more physical competitor: Ninja Reflex. Ninja Reflex, available now for the DS and Wii, features training activities focused on challenging the player’s core motor skills.
Ninja Reflex uses a series of martial arts challenges to test players’ reflexes and hand-eye coordination, and it helps measure their reaction times with millisecond precision. Players can develop their ninja skills alone, rising from white belt all the way to third-degree black belt, or they can compete for ninja supremacy against their friends in multiplayer battles with up to four players.
“Together with EA Partners and Sanzaru Games, we have created a martial arts game that focuses on skill and speed rather than button-mashing, on self-improvement rather than violence,” said David Luntz, President and CEO of Nunchuck Games.
Bruce Lee would be proud….