Impressive, but still needs work.
There are a couple reasons why Bunnykill and Madness are more worth watching than this. First of all, everyone dies in one hit, which is fine with me, but they die in like two seconds except the boss who dies in five. The slow motion effect was cool, but their are only a few enemies. I mean seriously, only eight enemies? In Madness and Bunnykill there are at least 30 to defeat. Also, with the lack of enemies, this video ends quickly and there are no super cool movements unless you're talking about the slow motion effect. Also, everyone has the equal amount of skill, unlike in Madness and Bunnykill, where each enemy has different attacks and powers. The dissapearing effect was pretty neat, but the fact that it's a madness tribute without blood makes it plain boring. I know you want to add in the cute effect, but if you look at Bunnykill, the characters are cute, but there still is blood. Overall, I guess you could call it a decent Madness tribute, but it was filled with too much cuteness and not enough fighting. If you could actually add in other characters other than just the main ninja, then it might improve some more also. It's a very good series if you're looking for a more nonviolence related movie to Madness and Bunnykill, but overall it should have more fighting for it to be a Madness tribute.