Naruto Shinobi Rumble
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  • The best part of this game is the huge verity of characters

    • by Killer.Bee
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      Naruto Shinobi Rumble is the newest Naruto title for Nintendo DS. What sets this game apart from other Naruto titles is that this game deals primarily with a head to head fighting style. With the exception of some game modes, like collect 10 bowls of ramen in 15 seconds, you will find yourself in constant battle until you decide to turn it off.

      The best part of this game is the huge verity of characters; with over 16 of them you will be sure to find one that fits your style of fighting. Another great thing about this game was the large fighting arenas and personalized attacks for each character, because what fun would playing as Naruto


      be with his Resenga?

      This game falls short in the same area that is lacking in most head to head DS titles, the repetitive game play. With the exception of the personalized special attacks, everyone has the same type of melee attacks; punch, punch, jump, punch punch, this is enough to stop any gamer after the 2 hour mark. There simply isn’t enough diversity in the primary fighting style to give this game the replay value a fighting game needs.

      BOTTOM LINE: This is one of the better Naruto games for DS, but considering the current 29.99 price tag and fighting system that isn’t very engaging I would wait until this game hits the bargain bin for a ...


      • modest 9.99.

        Naruto Shinobi Rumble is the newest Naruto title for Nintendo DS. What sets this game apart from other Naruto titles is that this game deals primarily with a head to head fighting style. With the exception of some game modes, like collect 10 bowls of ramen in 15 seconds, you will find yourself in constant battle until you decide to turn it off.

        The best part of this game is the huge verity of characters; with over 16 of them you will be sure to find one that fits your style of fighting. Another great thing about this game was the large fighting arenas and personalized attacks for each character, because what fun would playing

        as Naruto be with his Resenga?

        This game falls short in the same area that is lacking in most head to head DS titles, the repetitive game play. With the exception of the personalized special attacks, everyone has the same type of melee attacks; punch, punch, jump, punch punch, this is enough to stop any gamer after the 2 hour mark. There simply isn’t enough diversity in the primary fighting style to give this game the replay value a fighting game needs.

        BOTTOM LINE: This is one of the better Naruto games for DS, but considering the current 29.99 price tag and fighting system that isn’t very engaging I would wait until this game hits the bargain bin for a modest 9.99.




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