Conclusion: We’re pretty sure that more mature gamers are going to pass on Naruto: Rise of a Ninja , especially when games such as CoD 4 and Mass Effect are just around the corner. This is a shame, as Naruto: Rise of a Ninja is a solid title that is an interesting departure from the standard platformer and fighter.
Conclusion: Rock Revolution is simple enough for beginners to pick up especially with the help of the music school section, but will definitely be a challenge for those used to rhythm style games on the harder levels. The graphics are OK, but could be improved, whilst the audio does well with the limited capability of the DS. The option of playing a variety of instruments certainly gives this title a bit more playing time, as does the multiplayer aspects of the game.
Conclusion: Also who decided to make the foot pedal a note that comes down in the middle. Just thinking about this game makes me angry! Achievements: After going through all this you would hope the achievements are easy but they really aren't. There's the ones you will get for just playing and then there's the online ones which are boostable.
Summary: Parents need to know that this game is based on the Naruto manga and anime, although familiarity with them isn't required to enjoy the game. There's plenty of visceral one-on-one fighting where Naruto uses punches, kicks, throwing daggers, and special attacks to defeat opponents. The fights aren't bloody or overly graphic. The cartoon cut scenes, however, show characters getting beaten up pretty badly, including blood dripping from their wounds.