So, here's the premise. A bunch of girls are stalking this guy Goro as they all adore him - even Akane, our heroine secretly loves him but stays in the back. He gets kidnapped however, and it is up to Akane to save him.
The gameplay is responsive and fluent, but being a ninja; Akane can cling to walls and slowly slide down on them and perform wall jumps if walls are close enough. She attacks primarily by throwing kunais and can use secret ninja scrolls, having a selection of 3 ninja arts; wether it be kunais shooting at all directions, death from above or devastate anything left or right.
The music fits the mood and overall it's pretty fun; although you best have patience - the wall-cling takes some time getting used to and there is no true game over, but dying means starting the whole level over. No checkpoints, but I feel that's fair given the short length. Each chapter consists of three acts where in the third a boss awaits.
I recommend the game - the difficulty ramps up as the game progresses as the final levels made me die a lot in comparison to the first act which was a cakewalk and it's an enjoyable experience.
The last thing to mention are the kimonos. These make you take longer and risky routes to get, but they make a notable difference: The ending.
As most people can expect; defeating the final boss has Akane kneel infront of her master Goro - the mission is complete.
...if Akane can assemble all of the kimono outfits; she will have these jump in after defeating the final boss and dress her up; winning the love of Goro.
Now that, was pretty cute and felt worth my time.