Excerpt: A quick character like Neji can blitz his light attacks, scraping his opponent off the ground by chaining together the same rudimentary combo over and over. However, a similar approach for Sakura results in weak, worthless slaps. Only by hammering her heavy punches can you beat down the AI with your eyes closed.
Excerpt: Naruto: Ninja Destiny is a shadow clone of a shadow clone, namely, the Naruto: Clash of Ninja fighting games. Whereas those console fighters were a little better than average, Ninja Destiny offers considerably less. For $30, you get a game as bare and skinny as the sexy jutsu. If you're a young Naruto fan you'll probably eat it up, but anyone else will find this game way too shallow to take seriously.
Pros: Teleporting is kinda cool, It's challenging on the difficult setting, There are characters to unlock
Cons: The combat is mindless, Weak storytelling, yet tons of spoilers, You can beat regular difficulty matches without looking, Can only play a friend who was also unfortunate enough to buy a copy
Conclusion: But while the face buttons are sure to receive the brunt of your finger activity, especially with juggle moves, the DS' bottom screen will definitely make battles incredibly interesting. The touch interface is going to be home to six distinct icons that can be tapped to execute specials and summon-type abilities.