Reviews and Problems with Naruto Shippuden: Ninja Destiny 2
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it wasnt all that
Josh .V "joshua e. vaughan", Amazon
8 August 2014
Summary: im a naruto fan but after playing this it just felt like a cheap knock off of gamecubes naruto clash of ninja with bad grapics and handheld instead of console its ok if your a hard core fan but if not i don't recommend it
Summary: Tomy could have done a much better job with interaction, graphics (hard to tell what is who some times), move combinations, and over all game play. All in all to a frequent gamer it is dissapointing. However the survival game mode is rather entertaining. Still, Wouldnt recomend it. This is more something i would have expected to see in 2000. Dissapointing results for 2009.
Summary: The sequel to TOMY's heldheld anime brawling platformer, Ninja Destiny 2 assembles a whopping 32 characters, most of which are past and present incarnations of the same characters. By contrast the available options in the game are sorely lacking, offering only the bare essentials except for a training mode. Between skimming through the dialogue in Story Mode and running through forests to reach the next level, the actual combat is rather simple.
Summary: when your opponent does a substitution jutsu and gets behind your character doesnt turn around, when you use your substitution jutsu it takes away from the super gauge and you have to build it up again, and your button bashing a single button to do combos, i wish there were more options to attack with who ever created this does not know how to make a fighting game well the concept is there he didnt get it rite there are better options than this on the playstation why...