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Naruto Shippuden: Clash of Ninja Revolution 3 Review
Cheat Code Central
24 July 2010
Conclusion: Clash of Ninja Revolution 3 is not a perfect game. It has plenty of issues when it comes to graphics and simplistic gameplay. However, it still manages to be a great fighter on the Wii. The online capabilities are what really boost this title past the competition. If you love Naruto or are looking for a decent fighter on the Wii, Naruto Shippuden: Clash of Ninja Revolution 3 will probably be your best bet.
Violent 3-D fighter, but no blood; for fans of the series.
Common Sense Media
22 July 2010
Summary: Parents need to know that Naruto: Clash of Ninja Revolution 3 is a fighting game in which characters use their fists, feet, and various bladed weapons to attack on another. A couple of characters are impaled in a cut-scene, but there is no blood. Since our heroes resort to violence and name-calling at the first sign of any trouble, they aren't particularly good role models. Plus, mild sexual references made by the game's characters during cut-scenes.
Excerpt: Japanese developer Eighting's third Naruto fighting game on Wii features a roster of 40 characters, a bevy of play modes, and for the first time in the series, online support via Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection. While there are no huge leaps in gameplay or presentation from the last entry in the series, each character has been tweaked for more balance between combatants.
Conclusion: Online battles are a little slow at times, but with a game that is structured around such deliberate combat, the result is a more patient battle. The flip side to the laggy play is that there are a number of online options, from the type of match you're engaging, to leaderboards, to registering your opponent as a rival after a fight for easier access to them in the future.
Summary: Naruto Shippuden: Clash of Ninja Revolution 3 is a good fighting game, with a wide cast of balanced fighters and a combat system that lets button mashers have some fun while also offering just enough depth for more serious players. This is an entertaining one-on-one couch-friendly fighting game that hides some surprising depth beneath its relatively simple exterior.
Pros: Great core fighting mechanics, Good selection of well-balanced Naruto characters, Lots of extras to unlock
Naruto Shippuden Clash of Ninja Revolution 3 - WII - Review
14 November 2009
Excerpt: Wii hasn’t been the most eventful console for fighting games. Aside from Smash Bros., none of the big sequels to games from the previous generation (Tekken, Mortal Kombat, SoulCalibur, and Virtua Fighter) have come to Wii in their true forms. Two of them – Tekken and Virtua Fighter – haven’t come to the system at all. There is one fighting franchise, however, that has been a big supporter of Nintendo’s platforms from day one: Naruto: Clash of Ninja Revolution.
Excerpt: TOMY Corporation today revealed the intricate Shippuden storyline in the upcoming Wii fighting game, NARUTO Shippuden: Clash of Ninja Revolution 3. The all(-)new video and screens reveal the Story mode in the game, which takes players through the first story arc of the NARUTO Shippuden series.