A colorful remake that actually does the manga justice. ...
Lance Aaron Wong, Amazon
14 October 2014
Summary: A colorful remake that actually does the manga justice. You get to play as a variety of the Naruto cast and use their abilities to progress in the game. Due to the fighting game style of game play, Naruto the Broken Bond is highly replayable and isn't hard to master.
Summary: I loved everything about this game! It was hard at the end and definitely frustrating when I fought Tayuya at the end, but overall I really really enjoyed the game! It was so much fun and you could do so much! The game gives you space to run and spar with people, you can have a team and the opponents are moderately difficult to fight, which is good! My favorite part of the game, however, was when traveling, you have to jump through the trees. Yay, no life me!
Summary: For a Naruto game, I appreciate and love what this game is. It takes away the normal 'Naruto fighter' and pushes it into the background, then turns the game into a large adventure and collection game. With almost as many collectible things as DK 64, an easy to grasp fighting engine, and a large scale map and story to play through, this game is a solid win at our household.