Excerpt: Since becoming all the rage with the kids these days, it was inevitable that Naruto, already a cottage industry of merchandising, would make its way onto the Nintendo Wii. And surprising no one, it comes in the form of a fighting game. Clash of Ninja Revolution loosely follows the premise of the manga and anime series it’s based on. In a nutshell, Naruto, a brash and troubled lad wants to be the best ninja in his village.
Excerpt: As our orange clad ninja would say, “Believe it!” Naruto Clash of Ninja Revolution seems to be a button masher on the surface, but spend some real serious time with it and the game turns out not only to be a pretty fun fighter, but a game that offers quite a bit of extras to spice up the experience. If there’s one nice thing about the Naruto games, it’s that the developers seem fearless in trying out new methods and strategies in order to make the game play different.
Conclusion: When it comes to how Revolution sounds, it's pretty good. While I do miss Clash of Ninja 2's menu music [as CoNR's just doesn't feel the same, and not to mention Sakura voices the selections this time], the rock riffs in the Mission mode selection screen is something I could easily listen to at any time and enjoy it.
Conclusion: Despite the lack of ambition, with a great fighting system that never gets boring, Naruto provides fast and furious fights, making it one of the best fighters available for the Wii, even if you're not a Naruto fan.
Pros: Fast, brutal and fun fighting, Easy to pick up, yet somewhat deep, Good roster, Cool arena transitions
Cons: Not much different from before, No 16:9, Annoying English voices, Poor use of Wii's controllers
Summary: En definitiva: La llegada de Naruto a Wii no ha sido la más espectactular pero sí que logra mantener el tipo para ofrecernos luchas que retransmiten la emoción de la serie. A pesar de sus carencias, entusiasmará a los más fieles fans.