Summary: An OK game on the 3DS. It plays like classic shinobi which is good but they do some stuff that is just a bit weird. The cartoon-sque feel it has to the game kinda takes the enjoyment away. I'd pick it up cheap if you can find it.
Too HARD!! I'd say it's Nintendo Hard... But it's from Sega!
Mozaique "Almost achieved a highscore before ..., Amazon
5 August 2013
Summary: First, I want you to know that I'm super far from being a begginer with video games, so don't think I'm just another beginner that complains for nothing. This game is really too difficult: the levels are too long, no checkpoints, graphics are so-so, there seems to be thousands and thousands of...
Summary: It's an ok side scroller. Easy difficulty is good for casual play and the harder difficulties are good if you want a serious challenge. The points system takes away from the game's charm and the graphics are messy when you turn off the 3D (which I usually do after about 5 minutes).
Summary: Naruto Shippuden: Shinobi Rumble combines the 2D graphics of the Ninja Council games with the button-mashing/touch screen mechanics of the Ninja Destiny games for a beat-em-up experience that feels awfully familiar.
Summary: I have seen online reviews that didn't give this game the glory it deserves. Yes, for $39.99 you may end up disappointed, but with this $5ish dollars this game cost me it was well worth the money. This game will take patience to master, but there are several difficulty levels to make up for it.