Summary: This was part of my cousin's birthday gift because he was getting tired of playing modern warfare on his wii. By luck, I found this game that really caught his attention and he loved it. I must say though, the visuals are very stunning for a wii game. It might actually stay on match with Xbox 360/PS3's version.
Summary: It's a very great game that can keep your son distracted for a good month and a half.Longer if he attempts to complete the harder difficulties, this game is filled with naruto characters that can unlock others. If you watch the show it can be relatively easy.
Summary: Bought this game for my grandson... the Naruto expert. It was a toss up between Revolution and Revolution 2. Hank didn't have Revolution so he and I decided to go with the older lower priced game. He loves the game. Glad to please my 10 year old buddy.
Summary: This was a very good game. It is challenging to get all the characters but the story line you can finish in under an hour and all you have to do is battle. the use of the wii remote i thought was quite clever. The controls are similar to the controls of Naruto Clash of Ninja for gamecube. The attacks get kinda repetitive. The mini games are quite addicting. The main point of this game is to battle, the only time you don't battle is in the mini-games.
Summary: This is an awesome game. Some of the moves are a little hard butI just got it for my nephew on christmas. Me and him like to play it together and sometimes his friend or even his 1 year old sister will sit in my lap try to pretend she playin by pressing buttons on the controller, and she actually does pretty good. I was surprised since with most games it would require much more effort for a 1 year old with the assistance of an adult.