Submitted by Lucario 904d ago | review

Diehard GameFAN: Naruto Powerful Shippuden Review

DHGF: Naruto Powerful Shippuden is based upon the art style and antics of Rock Lee & His Ninja Pals, while still incorporating a humorous twist on the standard Naruto Shippuden storyline. The gameplay is solid, if a bit on the simplistic side, but offers up a plethora of bite-sized missions for both Naruto and Rock Lee’s paths. Completing missions will net experience to power up both characters’ levels and skills, which keeps things fresh for the most part, though the repetition in mission types will begin to set in after awhile. Some of the missions can even become frustratingly challenging on account of the large noggins of each character that crowd the screen, making escaping danger more a chore than it should be. Still, for a Naruto licensed game, it’s a decent effort, and fans looking for something a bit more lighthearted and easy to pick up and play are in the right place. (3DS, Naruto Powerful Shippuden) -

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