Naruto arena strategy game
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  • This could have the potential to be dull and repetitive, but the game is kept interesting through constant updates and a number of interesting and intuitive aspects to the game's battle system
  • There are another couple of nice touches which I enjoyed as well
  • If I have a single problem with the game then this would be it
  • What is perhaps the best thing about naruto arena is that it doesn't cost you a penny
  • If you have not played it yet I strongly recommend that you do

    • by quackercon
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      Naruto arena is a turn based strategy game that is played online via naruto-arena.com.

      The game is very simple to learn, but tricky to master. You basically select a team of 3 ninjas, each of them from the wonderful world of Naruto (huzzah!). Players then take it in turns to attack each other until the hit points of one person’s team are depleted and one player is crowned victorious. This could have the potential to be dull and repetitive, but the game is kept interesting through constant updates and a number of interesting and intuitive aspects to the game’s battle system.

      The thing I particularly like


      is the game’s chakra system. True to the original anime, it assigns you 3 randomly selected chakra (there are 4 types available) which power the character’s various attacks. This also forces you to make balanced teams if you want to win. There are another couple of nice touches which I enjoyed as well. In the name of fairness the starting player is assigned only 1 chakra on their first turn and you are matched against players of a similar rank to you.

      Still, you might think, might get stale pretty quickly. Well that’s where your wrong. The games mission system is both unyieldingly difficult but ...


      • infinitely rewarding, it’s used to unlock new characters. However, this can be a source of huge frustration, I have lost count of the amount of times that I have been stopped 1 win short of completing a mission. If I have a single problem with the game then this would be it.

        Like many online browser-based games, naruto arena is fiendishly addictive, but unlike runescape. It’s actually pretty good. Also, there’s less social stigma attached to it. Ninjas are inherently cooler than wizards and warriors. What is perhaps the best thing about naruto arena is that it doesn’t cost you a penny. Not only is

        the basic game costless (they make all their money via advertising and non-compulsory donations) but it is also blissfully free of micro-transactions, which are usually the bane of free online games, as well as being a personal bugbear to myself. This is probably the biggest contributor to its huge popularity.

        All in all I think that naruto arena is a solid, good and enjoyable game. It doesn’t quite go up to 11 but it’s still very enjoyable. If you have not played it yet I strongly recommend that you do. It may not be your cup of tea but hey, it costs nothing and you may love it.




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