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Submitted by PNeafsey 771d ago | review

Naruto: Powerful Shippuden (3DS) | FTG Review

FTG Writes: In the years we’ve known Naruto, we’ve seen quite the surplus of Naruto games. He’s tackled fighting games and RPGs alike, and it’s easy to say that the world is in Naruto fatigue. Powerful Shippuden isn’t based off the main Naruto series proper; it’s an adaptation of the spin-off series Rock Lee and His Ninja Pals, a distinctly more chibi and cartoonish retelling of Naruto. Many Naruto games bring their “A” game when it comes to fan-service, but not much when it comes to substance. This is not the case with Naruto: Powerful Shippuden, which opts to go for both style and substance (3DS, Naruto Powerful Shippuden) 7.5/10

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