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5.9 out of 10

Naruto: Path of the Ninja

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Reviews and Problems with Naruto: Path of the Ninja

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Overall 6
5.6
Graphics 5
4.6
Sound 3
2.8
Control 5
5.0
Addiction 6
6.2

Naruto: Path of the Ninja Review

Cheat Code Central
20 December 2012
  • Summary: I thought ninjas were supposed to be cooler than this!
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Overall 6
6.0

Naruto: Path of the Ninja

GamesRadar
24 June 2012
  • Pros: Faithful, entertaining storyline, Short anime cutscenes, Feeling superior to arrogant ninjas
  • Cons: Vanilla battle system, Carbon-dated graphics, Real ninjas wouldn't play it
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Overall 5
5.3

NDS Review - 'Naruto: Path of the Ninja'

WorthPlaying
8 February 2008
  • Summary: In Naruto: Path of the Ninja players will be able to explore the Village Hidden in the Leaves and the world of Naruto as you roam across forests, fields, rivers and mountains. Along the way players will encounter bosses and enemies that they must use their special techniques to defeat.
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Overall 5
5.0
Gameplay 4
4.4
Graphics 6
5.6
Sound 2
2.2
Storyline 6
5.6
Replay value 2
2.2

Naruto: Path of the Ninja

RPG LAND
25 November 2007
  • Excerpt: Naruto and his pals from the Leaf Village take to the Nintendo DS in traditional turn-based RPG style, a contrast from most Naruto games, which tend to be fighters. It turned out interesting, but there’s not much that will lure in folks who aren’t already fans of Naruto in some form.
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Overall 7
6.5
Gameplay 7
6.5
Graphics 5
5.0
Sound 8
7.5
Control 8
7.5
Addiction 7
7.0

Naruto: Path of the Ninja

Nintendo World Report
16 November 2007
  • Summary: Naruto! RPG Style! Believe it! (Yeah, I did steal that off the back of the case.
  • Pros: A decent RPG in length and mechanics, A vast array or characters and jutsu
  • Cons: Graphics are from the past generation, Repetitive and unimaginative touch screen controls
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