But i didn't care what anyone said and i still g. January 22, 2008 - As powerful a force as the Naruto franchise is in the world of console gaming, it can't quite claim the same victory in the handheld gaming market. This game offers a great variety. The graphics are horrible and glitchy and the controls are suckish. The roster is relatively big and diverse and story mode An average fighter that doesn't offer much in terms of gameplay depth or replay value.
The Battle mode is practically what you get from the story mode, just battles. I never played it after how short the story was and how short the character roster was. I mean, what was Bandai thinking when they gave this game out to millions of children. I, however, have played this game and I must say it sucks. No fun, not much characters.
It has quick, easy fights with horrible jutsu. An average fighter that doesn't offer much in terms of gameplay depth or replay value. And this is definitely a good thing when you consider how consistently good titles from these series are. I mean, what was Bandai thinking when they Not a great game to begin with. The graphics are horrible and glitchy and the controls are suckish. The fighting mechanics are very simple and almost to the point requires no though into Naruto: Ninja Destiny is a very, average game at best.
But i didn't care what anyone said and i still g. The story mode starts you off with Naruto facing Neiji. Core fighting game fans and casual gamers alike will find plenty to enjoy, thanks to a combo move system that is both intuitive to pick-up and challenging to master. The game also suffers from a lack of game modes and sub-par graphics. The story mode is short and trust me after you've played the story mode, you would never want to go back.
I will admit that the Campaign is really bad, it consists of a series of fights with you doing nothing but reading dull text in. Let's start off with the story mode. At school my friend got and let me borrowed it. All in all, this game sucks and should be thrown in a fire. Dual-screen combat will allow fierce battles to unfold on the top screen while power ups can be strategically unleashed on the touch screen for fast, frenetic action. The roster is relatively big and diverse and story mode passes some time even if non-fans may get lost. Any aspiring ninja can unleash powerful jutsu and take advantage of items to brawl his way to victory against 16 different characters.
Naruto: Ninja Destiny takes several key facets from these games including an updated 3-D visual style, signature special attacks, and a gameplay style that is more focused on arcade-style fighting rather than weird missions or mini-games. And the menu, just looking at the menu can give you a synopsis of how this game will be. . Yes, it does has more characters than Ultiame Ninja 1, but Ultimate Ninja 1 is better. With a style and function that is closer to the Clash of Ninja and Ultimate Ninja series', Naruto: Ninja Destiny seems to be taking its cues from the arcade-style Naruto fighter. However, the newest handheld title, Naruto: Ninja Destiny, looks to change all that. Any aspiring ninja can unleash powerful jutsu and take advantage of items to brawl his way to victory against 16 different characters.
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