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. I got mine for $10 and I think for that price, it's a pretty good game to pass the time on the go.
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 controls and it's too simply hard to REMEMBER everything!! I got it real cheap but I think I'm going to resell it ASAP.
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). It's not a bad game for how cheap it is ($10 new) and I am happy to add it to my collection, it just won't be played as much as Mario or Zelda or Star Fox.
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. Choosing between 16 characters you embark on 2-way, 3-way and 4-way battles in exactly 5 different stages.
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.