Reviews and Problems with Naruto Ultimate Ninja Heroes
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Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Heroes 2
Family Friendly Gaming
11 May 2013
Excerpt: I must admit I was pleasantly surprised by Naruto Ultimate Ninja Heroes 2 on the Sony Playstation Portable. This ‘T’ for Teen rated video game (by the ESRB) revolves around the Naruto universe when a ghost tower appears in town and starts sapping the life out of everyone. The ninjas decide to go inside and release seals that will make it go away.
Summary: Featuring large-scale battles against massive groups of enemies, Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Impact puts players in the middle of epic fights as their favorite Naruto Shippuden characters through electrifying single-player and multiplayer modes.
Excerpt: The orange and black is back on the attack. Hey, you ! Do you dream of slaying the same faceless ninja over and over again? How about taking out a few hundred Naruto clones (which made me very, very happy to do) and finishing up by fighting Sakura, Naruto's pink-haired and loud little friend, or his best "friend" Sasuke? Is it your passion to push the same two buttons over and over again, only to be occasionally knocked down and have to press a third?
Pros: Controls work just fine, Some nice graphical touches, Completely voice-acted, Still no anime animation. At all., Just a re-skinned
Excerpt: Considering Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Heroes is the Ultimate Ninja 's first stint onto the PSP, it doesn't do that bad a job at all. Visually, it follows the console versions pretty closely. One of the line's biggest differences, when compared to other Naruto games, are the multi-level fighting arenas. In each area, you can jump from a background plane to a foreground plane which adds an interesting level of depth to the game.
Review: Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Impact (Sony PSP)
17 September 2009
Summary: Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Impact is not a game that is going to covert the non-believers. It offers a competent brawler experience, but doesn’t do anything to set itself apart from the pack. While fans are sure to find plenty to love, the average gamer just isn’t going to care. For a price of forty dollars, this game just isn’t worth it to most people. If you’re a hardcore Naruto fan, give the game a chance.
Fighting game lets players act out Naruto anime battles.
Common Sense Media
21 May 2009
Summary: Parents need to know that Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Impact is a fighting game based on the Naruto Shippuden anime TV series. Players will go through a series of battles that are inspired from episodes of the show. Some of the missions in the game contain incidental objectives such as rescuing someone, but players are focused on combat almost exclusively throughout the entirety of the game.
Excerpt: Millions of testosterone-filled boys are glued to VIZ Media's mega-popular Naruto animated TV series, and if you count the number of related videogames, it's no secret that the company is milking this IP something serious. If you've been following the interactive versions of this ninja fighting series you'll know some have fared quite well, such as Ubisoft's Naruto: Rise of a Ninja for the Xbox 360, while others have failed to impress, including Namco Bandai's Naruto:...