Reviews and Problems with Naruto Ultimate Ninja Heroes
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Good, but temporary fun
Yen T. Nguyen, Amazon
16 February 2008
Summary: When I first bought Naruto Ultimate Ninja Heroes, I couldn't keep my hands off of it. I played it everywhere, at school, at home, at friends' houses, everywhere. It was that good. However, after a few weeks or so of vigorous playing, I felt myself drifting away. The game was losing its appeal.
Summary: With the rising success of the Naruto franchise in the United States, it was only a matter of time before the games got thier day of light. Hits like Clash of Ninja and Ultimate Ninja for the Gamecube and PS2 mega boosted in sales to Naruto fans all around the world.
Excerpt: Introduction: Naruto one of japans best anime is now available on consoles for everyone to play. Become the ultimate ninja and save konoha village from distruction! Gameplay: The gameplay is really smooth.
Pros: characters, special moves and music from the anime .
Excerpt: This is a PSP video game based on the popular japanese manga and anime Naruto. The game features rival ninjas going head-to-head against each other to become the strongest ninja hokage translation: literally leaf shadow. You get to choose a team of three ninja.
Pros: challaging and true to the anime and manga
Cons: repetative story mode, difficulty jumps on the final battles .
Summary: Ultimate Ninja Heroes 3 pèche hélas par la superficialité de son gameplay. Du coup, si les fans de Naruto seront ravis de replonger dans l'univers de leur héros favori, les amateurs de jeux de combat purs et durs risquent quant à eux de vite déchanter.