Become the ultimate ninja assassin in Tenchu Z. Eliminate unsuspecting guards using stealth kills or your favorite ninja weaponry, or even go straight for the big boss! Use sound, sight, and scent detection as you search out your opponents and unlock deadly new moves and weapons.
Tenchu Z is an Action/Adventure video game for Xbox 360 developed and published by Microsoft on May 3, 2007. It's rated Mature by the ESRB and 38 of our users have voted it 3.8 out of 5 stars.
Our newest cheats for Tenchu Z were added March 14, 2009.
So you all know walking makes less
noise than running in the game; however,
sometimes you just need that extra speed running
to get up close to enemies.
Rolling makes your character move at the same speed as running, but at a greatly reduced noise (compared to running). It's not completely quiet as crab walking, but it is not as loud as running across rickety floorboards. The best part: your assassin can change directions while rolling, so roll like Link if you need speed and stealth.
The last two bosses on Mission 50 are tough, but easily fooled. Once you find where the first of two bosses are (in the palace cut-scene), head east, towards the river.
The first boss will come down the stairs and approach your assassin. With luck, he will step off into the water and die. If not, push him off (easy) with a few sword blows). The second boss is killed in a similar manner.
Hint: Ninja 5 Ratings
It’s easy, regardless of game difficulty, to score a Ninja 5 rating on each mission in the game. If you go undetected, uninjured, and use no items, you’ll get 300 points right off the bat towards your rating (100 points for each). Since you need 900 points total to reach Ninja 5, you’re only 600 points away if you get the initial 300 points. Stealth kills are worth 120 points each, so killing five people by stealth means will earn you the points you need, though stealth killing a boss enemy is worth 300 points. Regardless, with these numbers in mind, scoring Ninja 5 on every mission is easy.
Hint: Training Mode Experience
If you're very patient, you can level-up your character by playing and replaying Training Mode over and over again. It takes a lot of time, but you can theoretically max your character out with enough time spent in Training Mode, to the point where your character could get through the hardest difficulty in-game with no issues.
Hint: Death Money
Each time you die or lose a mission, you will get some money. If you die/fail over and over again, you can accumulate a huge amount of money.
Hint: Training Mission Money
You can ace the Training Mission for mad cash. Repeat for ample funds.
Hint: Early Blowgun
You can get a blowgun in the training mission and keep it. Sneak up on Bowman and kill him. Save the blowgun until the end of the level and you can then use it.
Perform 1000 Stealth Kills
Eliminate 50 Tomikichi
Beat all 50 missions.
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