As you may know, not all games are created equal on all platforms. Just take Tomb Raider Underworld for example — although the game is entertaining on both the DS and Wii consoles, when push came to shove, I much preferred the DS version of the game for its controls and fun factor. So where do these two versions of the same game stand? Find out when you
Everything I love about the Xbox 360 version of Mini Ninjas — the painfully cute graphics, the music, and the easy and intuitive control system — is missing on the DS version. It's a given that the graphics on the DS will never match up to that of the Xbox, but honestly, this is a major part of what gives Mini Ninjas its charm. Even the music of the Xbox version (a nice and calming soundtrack) gets ramped up to a beat-driven tune in the DS version. I'm not sure why this particular change was made, but I'm not sure I like it.
Overall, the Xbox version of Mini Ninjas is superior in nearly every way (well you gotta give some credit to the DS here — at least you can take it with you on the road), but if I were investing and had a choice, I'd go for the Xbox version here.