Summary: This is the first ever role-playing game, based on the manga/anime series Naruto. It is good for a first attempt. The story is actually really long and it goes, from the start of the series to the Shukaku Battle. There's also some stuff altered/added to the story but, it does not affect the fun factor, at all.
Summary: This game is not for gamers who want a challenge or anything of the sort. This is more of a light entertainment. The storyline follows the basic Naruto story and there are no major changes to it. Fighting is pretty good with many different jutsu to play. I am a little disappointed with the number of playable characters. Only Naruto, Sasuke, Sakura, Rock Lee, and Neji. However, it was a nice RPG all in all. Graphics were mediocre, if not below average.
Katheirne A. Holtby "History buff with a spla..., Amazon
20 August 2009
Summary: This game was a lot of fun. It was challenging and there is a lot to do and explore. I was able to beat the game after awhile but there were tough spots and all your favorite characters and Jutsu's are there...
Summary: She really likes this game. I can't say enough about keeping a kid busy in a car, on a long trip, with a Nintendo DS and this game... Keeps the "are we there yet?" questions way down. I had no idea what Naruto was until my kid began asking for the Naruto movies and games. This is one of her favorite games.
Summary: I decided to try this out since I am both a Naruto fan and a turn-based RPG fan. While the gameplay was definitely fun, the storyline was absolutely butchered to the point where parts of it didn't even make sense. They stuck with the storyline from the series, which is good, but they decided to do some of their own "redesigning" of it. They cut parts of the storyline out, then added something they came up with to replace those parts.