Reviews and Problems with Naruto Shippuden: Ninja Destiny 2
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Naruto Shippuden: Ninja Destiny 2 (DS) Review
28 September 2009
Excerpt: All the characters and environments in the game have been rendered in 3D. The look is comparable to other fighting games in the Naruto series, in that the character models have this sort of cel-shaded, animated type of look. While the game is rendered in 3D, all the fighting and main action on the game takes place on a 2D plane that has a slight 3D element with the strafing. The Quest Mode and Map Levels are in full 3D however.
Excerpt: Naruto Shippuden: Ninja Destiny 2 excels over its console counterpart, the Clash of Ninja series, in a single facet: speed. The one-on-one fighting in this handheld version feels faster than on the Wii, which produces frantic multiplayer... even though it's still local multi-card only. Action isn't the only area where this title shows its alacrity, though, as Ninja Destiny 2 also won the biggest race of all. It beat CoN to the Shippuden punch.