Summary: Great game for the kids. My son plays it all the time. It keeps him occupy most of the time and so his chores are not done as scheduled. However, the price for these Naruto games are quite expensive. Amazon/seller should at time have special offers on these game for a limited time. Its Simply just not affordable for me at times since my son wants one almost every 2 months or so.
Summary: ok game but i dont write reveiws but to get them off my ebay screen!I bought the NewPhone 74205 three weeks ago and was immediately impressed with the number of features available on this inexpensive phone. It has a 1M-pixel camera, video camera, and speakerphone. The NewPhone's size is perfect for carrying in a pocket and the battery has a pretty good lifespan of roughly 4 hours.
Summary: Pretty good game. I did not like the graphics because it looks more like a cartoon. I liked it because of the fight scenes. I decided to buy it because I have other Naruto Ninja Games for my PS 2. I am 9 and I think someone as young as 8 may be able to play this game.
Summary: im a big fan of naruto a huge one i bought this game so i can have a portable naruto now im just waiting for the price of the second one to lower and then ill buy it.....heroes mode is very unbalanced u find urself with next to no health and chakra while ur opponent not only has a full health and chakra bar but their attributes have increased i found it to be very frustrating to the point where i just downloaded a save file with all the characters unlocked.
Summary: Ultimate Ninja Heroes, though not the best game I have ever played, is definately a must for any PSP owner, Naruto fan or not. It has a great selection of characters and stages. And unlike some portable games the character variation is evident. The special attack system is enjoyable and innovative, first you use your character powers up, and for the next few seconds any attack landed will cause a special Jutsu to initiate.
Richard L. Scholz "Actually this is his son W..., Amazon
16 April 2008
Summary: Naruto Ultimate Ninja Heroes is a purchase that is almost certainly worth it if you appreciate non-nuanced fighting games or the Naruto series in general. There is almost no depth to the fighting and at higher difficulties it becomes and infinite battle of using the kawarimi(I refuse to use the American 'substitution technique' even if I may be spelling it incorrectly) move over and over again or resulting to cheap tactics that might in any other game be called...
Summary: Naruto Ultimate Ninja Heroes isn't, essentially, a simplified version of Naruto Ultimate Ninja 2 as reviewers over the internet have been reporting. Sure, it has levels from that game and, in someways, is similar to it but there is enough things different in it to make it its' own game. First and foremost, it has team-based battles which is a welcome changeup from what is normal to the Ultimate Ninja games.