Shinobido: Way of the Ninja

Publishers Spike Co, Ltd., SCEE
Developers Acquire
Release date 2005
Genre Stealth, Action
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Game Description

Shinobido has the player take the role of an amnesiac ninja who wakes to find himself lying on the bank of an unfamiliar river. In fact, everything is unfamiliar, as the man finds that he can no longer remember his identity and has no memory of his life or situation up until the point of his regaining consciousness. Finding only a sword lying next to him on the ground, the man stumbles across an isolated and seemingly derelict shack, only to have an arrow shoot past his head and lodge itself into the shack’s outer wall. Startled, the man scans the trees and undergrowth surrounding him, but then notices a letter attached to the arrow. The letter states that the person who wrote it is simply a “concerned bystander,” and further identifies the amnesiac man as “Goh,” a ninja of the Asuka clan, which was wiped out the previous day. The letter informs Goh that his memories and soul have somehow been stolen and placed within eight mystical stones which were scattered during the initial attack on the Asuka ninjas’ village, and then further scattered by people who have located and claimed the stones. is a stealth video game developed by Acquire and released for the PlayStation 2 in 2005.

Download Shinobido: Way of the Ninja

We might have the game available for more than one platform. Shinobido: Way of the Ninja is currently available on these platforms:

PlayStation 2 (2005) (2.88GB)

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PlayStation 2