may purport to be a "return to form" thanks to the return of original developer Acquire, but it won't be exactly like the old games. While they've all had context-sensitive controls, Tenchu 4'
s will, of course, involve motion. Sometimes you'll be waving the Wiimote downward to put out lanterns, and sometimes you'll flick the remote left and right to stab someone in the back.
We've seen motion at work in Tenchu 4 before
, but these new screens show a bit more.
It's nice to know that Acquire decided on the WIi as a platform for Tenchu
for reasons other than the low cost of development. For our tastes, traditional controls with a bit of added motion work great for action games.