Naruto Path of the Ninja 2 falls firmly in the middle of the quality spectrum. Other than some DS tricks like stylus control and blowing-on-the-screen gimmicks, it's like some long-lost artifact of the Super Nintendo era. It's a solid game that remains firmly rooted in the tropes of the RPG genre circa 1994. It doesn't really innovate, but it doesn't really need to. For Naruto fans, it's a solid fifteen hours of entertainment. Everyone else might want to go back and play Final Fantasy IV again.