List of ninja video games

List of ninja video games

The ninja are popular characters in video games (mostly action and role-playing games) since early 1980s to this day.

Contents

Series

  • Aero Fighters (known as Sonic Wings in Japan): The Japanese aircraft is flown by a ninja pilot Hien,[1] who appears in all games from the series since 1992.
  • Arc the Lad: The gun-wielding ninja Shu in several of the games in the series, most notably in Arc the Lad II (2002) where he is one of the protagonists.
  • Arcana Heart: The "doggirl" Konoha[2] since 2006.
  • Battle Raper: The characters include the ninja girls Mai Kisaragi in Battle Raper (2002) and Setsuna Yagami in Battle Raper 2 (2003).
  • Bushido Blade: An attempt at a realistic fighting game involving weapons and a number of ninja characters (1997-1998).
  • Dead or Alive: A fighting game series since 1996, featuring several ninja characters including Ayane (also as a minor character in Ninja Gaiden), Hataye,[3] and Kasumi, the runaway ninja who is the series' main character.
  • Fatal Fury and The King of Fighters: Feature several ninja characters, most prominently the female ninja Mai Shiranui (since 1992).
  • Final Fantasy: Edge[4] in Final Fantasy IV (1991), Shadow[5] in Final Fantasy VI (1994) and Yuffie Kisaragi in Final Fantasy VII (1997) and its spin-offs (as well as in the Kingdom Hearts series), are some of the ninja characters in the Final Fantasy games.
  • Final Fight: Guy in the first game (1989) and Maki Genryusai[6] in the second one (1993), both being members of the Bushin clan.
  • Flame of Recca: Several video game adaptations of the manga and anime series.
  • Ganbare Goemon: A long-running (since 1986) fantasy comedy series of games that are very loosely based around the historical character of Ishikawa Goemon, featuring the titular character Goemon,[7] as well as other recurring ninja characters such as Ebisumaru[8] and Yae.[9] It is known in English as Legend of the Mystical Ninja.
  • G.I. Joe: Several video games featuring ninja characters from the comic book and cartoon series, such as Snake Eyes and Storm Shadow.
  • Guilty Gear: The character Chipp Zanuff (debuting in the first game in 1998) takes up the fighting style after being saved from the mafia by a ninja master.[10]
  • Izuna: Legend of the Unemployed Ninja (2006) and its sequel Izuna 2: The Unemployed Ninja Returns (2007).
  • JaJaMaru-kun: A series of several action games sometimes with RPG elements, including Ninja JaJaMaru-kun (1985), JaJaMaru Gekimaden: Maboroshi no Kinmajou (1990) and Ganso JaJaMaru-kun (1999).[11]
  • Kessen: Strategy game series with several ninja characters and units are featured in Kessen (2000) and Kessen III (2004).
  • Killer Instinct: The ninja-like Tibetian fighting monk siblings Jago and Black Orchid appear to be the main characters of this fighting game series in 1994-1996.
  • Kirby: In Kirby Super Star (1996), Biosparks are minor enemies whom Kirby can eat them to copy their abilities. The ninja ability also returns in Kirby: Squeak Squad (2006).[12]
  • Mega Man: The series has several ninja characters, sometimes playable, notably Shadow Man,[13] debuting in Mega Man 3 (1990) and Phantom,[14] debuting in Mega Man Zero (2002).
  • Metal Gear Solid: A stealth-action video games that includes Gray Fox, the commando known as "Ninja" fitted with a powerful exoskeleton and a high-tech ninja sword in Metal Gear Solid (1998), Olga Gurlukovich,[15] a Russian woman who disguised herself with similar a robotic ninja suit in Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty (2001), and Raiden, an another cyber ninja in Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots (2008) and Metal Gear Solid: Rising (2012).
  • Mortal Kombat: A series of fighting games which depicts as many as 15 ninja characters since 1992, including Scorpion, Sub-Zero, Mileena, Kitana and Reptile.
  • Naruto: Numerous games based on the hit manga and anime franchise since the early 2000s.
  • Ninja Gaiden: A video game series about Ryu Hayabusa (also in the Dead or Alive games), a powerful ninja in a futuristic setting with demons and magic who first appeared in the NES game in 1988. In Ninja Gaiden Dragon Sword (2008) and Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 (2009) there is also a playable female ninja Momiji.[16]
  • Ninja Master (1986)[17] and its sequel, Oriental Hero (1987).[18]
  • Ninja-Kid: The two Ninja-Kid games (1984-1987) as well as Ninja Taro (1991).
  • Nintama Rantarō: Several video games since 1995 that are based on an anime series aimed at young children, featuring the adventures of Rantarō and his friends and teachers at the ninja school.
  • Onimusha: Several playable ninja characters, including Kaede[19] in Onimusha: Warlords (2000) and Onimusha Blade Warriors (2003) and the historical figure Fūma Kotarō[20] in Onimusha 2: Samurai's Destiny (2002) and Onimusha Tactics (2003).
  • Power Instinct: The character Saizo Hattori,[21][22] since the first game in 1993.
  • Power Rangers
  • Rumble Roses: Two Japanese wrestling games (2004-2006) featuring female ninja character Benikage (Bloody Shadow)[23] and her alter ego Yasha.
  • Saboteur: The main characters of a male in the first game (1985) and a female ninja in the second one (1987).
  • Samurai Shodown: A fighting game series since 1993, featuring a number of ninja characters including Kazuki Kazama,[24] Sogetsu Kazama,[25] Hanzo Hattori[26] and Galford D. Weller.[27]
  • Samurai Warriors and Warriors Orochi: Several ninja characters (some based on historical or legendary figures) including Ishikawa Goemon,[28] Hanzō Hattori,[29] Kotaro Fūma,[30] Kunoichi,[31] Nene[32] and others, since 2004.
  • Sengoku: All of the player characters in the third installment are ninja, as are many of the enemies in all three games released in 1991-2001.
  • Sengoku Ace: Several player and enemy boss characters in this arcade shooter series (1993-2004).
  • Sengoku Basara: Several ninja characters, including Sarutobi Sasuke,[33] Fūma Kotarō[34] and Kasuga.[35] All Japan references were removed in the export version of the first game, called Devil Kings.
  • Shadow of the Ninja: The 1990 original game as well as its little-known 2001 prequel follow-up, Return of the Ninja.[36]
  • Shining: strategy/RPG series in which the ninja is a fairly common job class. Notable ninja from throughout the series include Hanzou from Shining Force,[37] Slade from Shining Force II (an antromoprhic rat),[38] Akane,[39] and Rodi[40] from Shining the Holy Ark, and Baron from Shining Force Neo (an antromoprhic wolf).
  • Shinobi: A series of many action games since 1987, where a traditional main hero was usually Joe Musashi from the Oboro clan, or his relatives. The 2002 PS2 game introduces the new main character Hotsuma (and his brother Moritsune), while its 2003 direct sequel Nightshade (Kunoichi in Japan) game has instead the female ninja (kunoichi) named Hibana.
  • Shinobido: A stealth/action series from the developers of the early Tenchu series: Shinobido: Way of the Ninja (2005) and Shinobido: Tales of the Ninja (2006).
  • Sonic the Hedgehog: Espio the Chameleon (Knuckles' Chaotix, Sonic the Fighters, Sonic Heroes, Shadow the Hedgehog) is an "expert ninja".
  • Soul: A weapon-based fighting game series on several platforms with two ninja characters: Taki, a wandering demon hunter who appears in Soul Edge as well as all the Soulcalibur titles (since 1996), and later also Yoshimitsu (who originated in the Tekken series).[41]
  • Street Fighter: Features Guy and Maki from Final Fight series, as well as the Street Fighter-only ninja Geki,[42] Vega from Spain, and a teenage ninja girl Ibuki.
  • Strider: The titular Striders, chiefly Hiryu and Hinjo,[43] are a group of hi-tech ninja-like agents.
  • Suikoden: Kage[44] and Kasumi[45][46] in Suikoden and Suikoden II, and Ayame[47][48] and Watari[49] in Suikoden III.
  • Super Chinese: A series of games that include Little Ninja Brothers (1989), Ninja Boy (1990) and Super Ninja Boy (1991).
  • Taimanin Asagi: A series of adult games also known as Anti-Demon Ninjas (two Taimanin Asagi games and Taimanin Murasaki).
  • Taikou Risshiden
  • Tales of...: A series of role-playing video games featuring the ninja girls Sheena Fujibayashi[50] (Tales of Symphonia and Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World) and Suzu Fujibayashi[51] (Tales of Phantasia, Tales of Phantasia: Narikiri Dungeon, Tales of the World: Summoner's Lineage).
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Many various games based on the TMNT franchise. One of them is featuring Aska,[52] the video game-exclusive character.
  • Tekken: A series of fighting video games since 1994, with the ninja characters Yoshimitsu[53] and Kunimitsu,[54] as well as more recently added Raven.[55]
  • Tenchu: A series of several stealth-action games since 1997, of which the main characters are Rikimaru and Ayame that was credited as being the first attempt at a ninja "simulation" game and its developers hired Sho Kosugi and his son, Kane Kosugi, as ninjutsuka references. The young ninja girl Rin[56] (Tenchu: Fatal Shadows and Tenchu: Time of the Assassins) also appears outside of the series in the game Yoshitsune Eiyuuden,[57] while Ayame and Rikimaru make a cameo appearance in 3D Dot Game Heroes.
  • The Last Blade
  • The Last Ninja: A series of three games of 1987-1991 about the time-travelling ninja Armakuni.
  • The Legend of Kage: The original 1985 game, its 2006 remake, and the 2008 sequel The Legend of Kage 2.
  • The Ninja Warriors and The Ninja Warriors Again: Two side-scrolling beat 'em up games of 1987-1994 about ninja androids codenamed Ninja and Kunoichi (also Kamaitachi in Again).
  • Variable Geo: A fighting game series of 1993-2003, featuring the ninja waitress Chiho Masuda.
  • Vasara
  • Virtua Fighter: A series of fighting video games since 1993, featuring Kage-Maru[58] and his mother Tsukikage (Dural).
  • Way of the Tiger: The video game adaptations of the gamebook series of the same title.
  • Wizardry: A long-running role-playing game series of 1981-2001, featuring the ninja character class[59] as well as player characters, such as Kyo Hattori in Wizardry: Tale of the Forsaken Land.[60]
  • World Heroes: The fighting game series of 1992-2008, featuring the characters Hanzo Hattori[61] and his rival Fuuma Kotaro[62] (the latter also featured in Aggressors of Dark Kombat, another game by SNK).
  • X-Men: Many games in the X-Men franchise are featuring Psylocke, including her being the only female character in X-Men 2: Clone Wars, Marvel Super Heroes and X-Men: Mutant Apocalypse (all three in 1995), and also playable in X-Men: Children of the Atom (1994), Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes (2000), X-Men: Mutant Academy 2 (2001), X-Men Legends (2004) and Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2 (2009), among other games.[63]
  • Zool: The main character of Zool (1992) is "a ninja from the nth dimension". Zool 2 (1993) also added the female Zooz and the dog Zoon.

Major roles

Ninja-Pi-Ro: Strategy game involving a character that can become either a ninja, pirate, or robot while trying to steal the Ble Diamond the link is http://www.primarygames.com/arcade/adventure/ninjapiro/index.htm

Playable VG RPG character classes

Minor roles

Non-playable characters, common enemies and boss characters
A-F
The Akudaikan series,[145] Alex Kidd in High-Tech World (Alex Kidd must fight his way through ninja forests),[146] Arkista's Ring (the ninja enemies towards the end of the game),[147] BattleCry,[148] Black Tiger, Blood Brothers, Bloodrayne 2, Borderlands, Brandish series, Bravoman (the enemies include a female ninja robot Waya Hime, later featured as a playable character in Namco x Capcom), Bruce Lee (one of the two enemies in the game), Bruce Lee: Quest of the Dragon (male and female enemies and bosses), Brute Force, BS Kaizou Tyoujin Shubibinman Zero, Challenge of the Dragon, Chrono Cross (cyborg Grobyc uses fighting techniques reminiscent of ninjutsu), Crash Tag Team Racing (ninja penguins), Crime Wave (the "evil ninja" enemies in the subway level), Dark Savior, Dark Wizard, Demon Sword, Destroy All Humans 2 (rival factions of black and white-clad ninja factions that both once wore gray), Dinosaurs For Hire, Double Dragon (a boss in the 3rd game), Donkey Kong Jungle Beat (the boss Ninja Kong), Dragon Ball (a number of games in the franchise, including Dragon Ball: Advanced Adventure and Dragon Ball Z: Buu's Fury), Dragon's Curse, Dual Blades, Dynamite Cop, Eight Man, Enchanted Arms (minor ninja golem enemies), Evil Woman Executive: Aku no Onna Kanbu (the ninja-maid Kaguya),[149][150] Fightin' Spirit, Full Contact (a ninja is the game's end boss).
G-N
Gex, Gekido (female ninjas are common enemies in this game), Ghoul Patrol, GunMaster, God Hand (one of the bosses is an Obese Ninja), Gun.Smoke (the 3rd level's boss is a ninja), Half-Life (female ninja-like Black Ops),[151] Heavenly Sword (female ninja enemies in the chapters 4 and 5),[152][153] Hitman 2: Silent Assassin (guards of the Yakuza leader Masahiro Hayamoto in the missions "At the Gates" and "Shogun Showdown"),[154][155] Ikki, James Bond 007: Nightfire (the Phoenix Corporation uses ninja assassins led by Makiko "Kiko" Hayashi), Jumpman, Just Cause 2, Ken-Go, Knights of the Round (ninja boss The Dark Armor Muramasa), Knights of Xentar (ninja enemies at the Temple of Xentar),[156] Kodure Ookami (adaptation of the manga series Lone Wolf and Cub), Light Crusader, Lords of the Rising Sun, MadWorld, Manhunter 2: San Francisco, Master of Magic, Medabots: Metabee Version, Musashi: Samurai Legend, Muzan: Chiniku no Ikenie, My World, My Way, Nightshade (female ninja enemies and the boss), No One Lives Forever 2: A Spy In H.A.R.M.'s Way (a 1960s-themed spy game featuring ninja women led by Isako as enemies in the first and last chapters).
O-S
Oni, Painkiller, Plan 9 from Outer Space, Puzzle Quest, Rayman 2: The Great Escape, Rayman Raving Rabbids (in the plunger-gun minigame, players are sometimes attacked by Rabbids dressed as ninjas), Real Time Conflict: Shogun Empires, Red Steel (the player will have to fight the fictional Komori clan towards the end of the game), Red Steel 2, Revolution X, Riot Zone, Robo Army, Rocket Power: Beach Bandits, Rhythm Tengoku, Ryū ga Gotoku Kenzan!, Sacred 2: Fallen Angel, Samurai Warrior: The Battles of Usagi Yojimbo, Scooby-Doo! Unmasked, Secret of Mana, Shanghai Dragon (members of enemy forces),[157] Sky Fox, Soldier of Fortune (male and female enemies in the Tokyo mission), Spyro: Year of the Dragon (one stage has ninja-themed Rhynoc enemies), Stolen (a major enemy is female ninja called Breeze), Streets of Rage (in the second and third game there is a series of enemies that are ninja (Kusanagi, Hanzou, Ryuohin, Ranzou, Yagasira, Setsura, Izayoi, Unsai, Tenzen, Genyosai, Kanzou, Jay, Buoh, Huwa and Mutsu), as well as the bosses called Shiva and the duo Onihime & Yasha), Super Mario Bros series (several games have a species of ninja enemies called Ninjis and Paper Mario has a group parodying the Ninja Turtles), Sword of the Samurai.
T-Z
Taiko no Tatsujin: Portable, Take 'Em Out, Time Crisis 3, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (the Sheikah race closely resemble ninja), The Punisher (several of the games have ninja enemies, including common enemies and a boss in the 1990 computer game and Luna, Midori, Mizuki and Misa in the arcade game), The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron Boy Genius: Jet Fusion, The Simpsons, The Tick, Exploding Fist + (the bonus stage enemies), ToeJam & Earl III: Mission to Earth, Tricky Kick, Wonderland Online (Ding Feng), WarioWare series (the children ninja twins Kat and Ana),[158] Way of the Samurai series, Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship 2008.
Generic units
Age of Empires III: The WarChiefs (ninja units in the game are powerful mercenaries with the ability to conceal themselves), Battle Realms,[159] Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 (featuring a shinobi unit for the Empire of the Rising Sun that can infiltrate buildings like the Allied spy unit), Command & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars (Brotherhood of Nod's Shadow Teams are said to be trained with techniques used by ancient ninjas; they are camouflaged and can use hang gliders),[160] Civilization III: Conquests and Civilization Revolution (ninja units exclusive for the Japanese civilization), Disgaea: Hour of Darkness, Empire Earth (the expansion pack Empire Earth: The Art of Conquest features a Cyber Ninja unit only accessible by the Space-Age Japan faction; there is also a ninja unit in Empire Earth 2), Gangland, Guardian War, Ogre Battle: The March of the Black Queen, ParaWorld, Shingen the Ruler, Shogun: Total War (a feudal-era Japan strategy game featuring ninja working as a spies and assassins).

Miscellaneous

Bad Dudes Vs. DragonNinja (the game puts players in the shoes of two street brawlers bent on saving "President Ronnie" from the clan of "Dragon Ninja") and Chuck Norris Superkicks (a.k.a. Kung Fu Superkicks: Pursuit of The Ninja) also use the word "ninja" in their titles.

BMX Ninja[161] and Ninja Scooter Simulator[162] are two extreme sports games. The games Aqua Teen Hunger Force Zombie Ninja Pro-Am and Caveman Ninja offer nothing ninja-related besides their titles.

The game Grandia III features various ninja items and the skill book, in TimeSplitters the players can play as ninja monkeys or as ninja-ish characters in multiplayer, the Worms series features a weapon called "ninja rope", Global Agenda has a "Super Ninja" skill,[163] Baseball Stars features the Ninja BlackSox team, Lego Racers 2 has a ninja-themed Stealth powerup, in Baseball Simulator 1.000 there is a "ninja pitch" move; Velvet Assassin has is "Ninja" achievement, Sam Fisher is referred to as being ninja-like in Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory, and Tiger Road had a ninja on the cover but not in the game.

There are also numerous fan-made ninja mods for a various games.

See also

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