Naruto: Ninja Destiny Pro Reviews

Average Review Score: 5.9/10

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Naruto: Ninja Destiny Reviews

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1UP D Feb 26 '08
DarkStation 8/10 Apr 15 '08
Game Revolution D- Apr 15 '08
GameDaily 6/10 Mar 19 '08
Gamer 2.0 7/10 Mar 03 '08
GamerNode 6.5/10 Mar 07 '08
GameZone 7.9/10 Feb 26 '08
X-Play 2/5 Apr 07 '08
GamePro 3.0/5 Mar 17 '08
GameSpot 5.0/10 Mar 21 '08
Gamespy 3/5 Mar 05 '08
Gaming Excellence 4.0/10 May 30 '08
IGN DS 7.2/10 Feb 26 '08
Nintendojo 6.5 / 10 May 19 '08
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Naruto: Ninja Destiny Previews

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GameZone Feb 24 '08
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"The computer difficulty, even on the hardest setting, is unchallenging, falling for the same tricks and easily defeated by abusing rudimentary strategies. Practice mode, a necessity in every fighting game where you shape and refine your techniques through repetition, is nowhere to be found. And, worst of all, Ninja Destiny doesn't offer infrastructure play for online battles. All of this, combined with the hollow mechanics and lackluster design, makes it hard for even the most hardcore Naruto fan to appreciate Naruto: Ninja Destiny."
"In all, Naruto: Ninja Destiny is a likable brawler with a few flaws that keep it from being a great one. It's still more serviceable than most Naruto-licensed games on the market, with its responsive controls and mostly faithful presentation. Still, with a little more work, we could've really had something here. Believe it."
"If you absolutely must get everything related to Naruto, pick it up. Otherwise, you're better off waiting for the inevitable sequel where they'll (hopefully) tighten the game up a little."
"This Naruto-inspired 3D fighting game is little more than a shadow clone."
"Naruto: Ninja Destiny comes to the Nintendo DS as the first 3D fighter in the series, and one of the few 3D fighters available on a handheld. The difference between 2D and 3D fighting games is rarely massive – outside of the graphics and a sidestep move, you won't notice a great difference here."