Reviews and Problems with Naruto: Clash of Ninja Revolution 2
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Naruto Clash of Ninja Revolution 2
Family Friendly Gaming
2 February 2013
Excerpt: Naruto Clash of Ninja Revolution 2 is a fighting game on the amazing popular Nintendo Wii video game console. The WMG has become the Naruto expert here at Family Friendly Gaming after playing so many Naruto themed games, and watching the television show a few times.
Summary: All in all,
Naruto: Clash of Ninja Revolution 2
is a slight upgrade from the fighters before it. It does bring some authentic and impressive Naruto fun for the fans, but it is in dire need of a series update as well as a system change, as the Wii is just not cutting it.
Pros: 35 characters to choose from to brawl with., Fast, frenetic gameplay., Over 100 missions to complete., Uses the authentic voice actors from the series., Impressive battle royale gameplay.
Cons: Graphics are underwhelming., Controlling via the Wii Remote and Nunchuk is a nightmare., Very little improvement over the past few Naruto titles., The missions are often copies of others you have completed.
Excerpt: Over a dozen Naruto games have hit shores outside of Japan, including three previous Clash of Ninja entries. To distinguish itself from such a crowded field, Naruto: Clash of Ninja Revolution 2 would obviously benefit from trying anything a little different.
Wii Review - 'Naruto: Clash of Ninja Revolution 2'
24 November 2008
Excerpt: Genre: Fighting Publisher: Tomy Developer: Eighting Release Date: October 21, 2008 I find just about every Naruto title to be surprisingly fun, even if each version isn't significantly different from the last.
Excerpt: When it comes to anime-based videogame franchises, the two heaviest hitters on the market today have to be Dragon Ball Z and Naruto. But while Goku and his friends seem to be in a slump as of late, the Nine-Tailed Fox is still pushing forward, stronger than ever.
Excerpt: The latest title to feature the kung fu fighters of the Hidden Leaf Village is Naruto Clash of the Ninja Revolution 2. If you've played any of the recent Naruto games over the last few years you're not going to have a very steep learning curve on this one.