Summary: i bought this game so my girlfriend would have something to be able to play too. she loves it. the gameplay is easy enough for her to get started but gets challenging enough that i get confused later on. cartoon style graphics adds a good appeal. plus it's have a vs. mode.
Summary: The game is actually an all around good game. The graphics are good and so are the fighting attributes of it. However, the story line was led askew by the side missions. I feel that what most fan love about the Naruto games are the story lines and having many side missions between the main story line deferred my whole passion of the game itself.
Summary: I bought this recently for my nephew and it is a good deal of fun. I don't think it is as good as "Rise of a Ninja," but good enough. The lack of civilian missions is a bit disappointing. Overall, a fairly good game.
Summary: The game strikes home with accurate characters and story lines, while the makers have a little fun with the in between stuff. Missions are somewhat entertaining, but it's the graphics that incorporate little hints of it's manga/anime roots. The added feature of original Japanese voice overs is great if your like me and like the Japanese accent more then the American.
Summary: Originally i didn't know anything about his game. My nephew is a HUGE Naruto fan,so we downloaded the demo on the xbox. Its actually a really cool game, I'm glad I bought it for us to play. The graphics are nice and the game play is smooth. Get it!
Summary: Well, I'm a big Naruto fan and this was my first OWNED game I got for it. I've played almost all the other games before this one because of renting and my friends. I do have to say the graphics they were trying to create were great and it follows the anime pretty well good even though the anime has a lot of useless points. Like in the game how you had a bunch of random tasks that seemingly only got you characters but they didn't have much with the main overall plot.
Summary: -Gameplay The gameplay is quite fun and is relatively deep for an anime based fighter. There is a blocking and shadow clone system which if you are going to beat the game on the hardest level, you will have to master. Jutsu's are pulled off by holding the left trigger and using the analog sticks which is then followed by a minigame.
Summary: I wouldn't go as far as to say that this game has set a new standard- partly because the recent games they have been releasing on xbox seem to have no standards at all! Naruto: the broken bond, is an excellent fighting game that also incorporates many different concepts: team play, combos, fun japan acade games, special attacks, great stylized graphics, effective story line (could be better at a quicker pace), various training opportunities (incredibly useful for me),...
Conclusion: Decent game. Graphics are nice and do look alot like the show. the combat seems simple but has quite alot of depth to it. Story is good and draws you in although it might confuse people who arent familiar with the series. definitely worth renting if you are a naruto fan or a fan of fighting games in general.