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Naruto Ultimate Ninja Heroes - Sony PSP

by Bandai
Platform : Sony PSP
Rated: Teen
4.3 out of 5 stars 20 customer reviews
Metascore: 70 / 100

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  • Wi-Fi-enabled fighting game based on the Naruto universe on PSP
  • Power-up your favorite characters to create your own custom ninja
  • 20 playable characters; 8 interactive stages to battle on; rise up through 7 ninja ranks
  • 6 types of intense battles such as 1 vs. 1, 1 vs. 2, 1 vs. 3, 2 vs. 2, 2 vs. 3, and 3 vs. 3
  • Intense single and multiplayer team-based fighting experience
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Finally the Ninja heroes can battle anywhere anytime! The ultimate battle of heroes will take place without boundaries!Exclusively developed for the US and European markets NARUTO: Ultimate Ninja Heroes is the first ever Wi-Fi enabled fighting game based on the Naruto universe on PSP delivering both intense single and multiplayer team based fighting experience! For the first time you can create your dream squad of powerful ninja from the rich universe of Naruto to battle against your friends and trade your player profile via ad-hoc connection. Power-up your favorite characters to create your own custom ninja. Form your favorite ninja team as it appears in the cartoon or create the ultimate dream team to take on your rivals! There are 20 playable characters and 8 interactive stages to battle on. Soar through the ninja ranks to become the ultimate Hokage!Format: SONY PSP Genre: ACTION/ADVENTURE Rating: T UPC: 722674150262 Manufacturer No: 15026

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  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 4.2 x 0.8 inches ; 4.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: August 28, 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #30,176 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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Naruto Ultimate Ninja Heroes isn't, essentially, a simplified version of Naruto Ultimate Ninja 2 as reviewers over the internet have been reporting. Sure, it has levels from that game and, in someways, is similar to it but there is enough things different in it to make it its' own game. First and foremost, it has team-based battles which is a welcome changeup from what is normal to the Ultimate Ninja games. Depending on what combinations of characters you use, special team-based skills can be had. There's new animations for your characters' special techniques & whatnot. You can battle your friends wirelessly anytime or anywhere you like.

There's a downside to the game, though. The load times for the game are a smidgen long(that is, if you're the anxious type that wants to get right in there & fight- they last ten to fifteen seconds long. I've seen longer with other games, like Midnight Club 3 Dub Edition & Mortal Kombat Unchained. To me, it is tolerable.). There's no story to speak of(unlike the Japanese game that was released last year in Japan, which was loaded with RPG-esque material). The gameplay, although easier to grasp, pretty much relies on one button. Depending on which way you push on the directional pad when pushing the button results in tweaking or modifying your move of attack.

Overall, CyberConnect2 delivers a satisfying Naruto fighting experience on the PSP. In some ways, Naruto Ultimate Ninja Heroes is a more blisteringly intense game than its' PS2 bretheren. Not only that, it looks absolutely awesome on the PSP.
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I actually have it installed in my psp for around 1.30$, but it is really short. I mean, I love Naruto and all, but this version is so boring and very short, there's only free battle mode, which only have around 11fighters (naruto,sakura,kakashi,gara,ino,shikamaru,choji,hinata,neji,..)
And the story mode, which would be great if I could compelete it, I mean it gets stuck, the game gets stuck, I don't know if there was a problem(and probaly not) but it's also short and boring, just a nice long Japanese conversation between the charchters and a one single battle.
So the best version is actually Naruto Heroes 3
That one have around 20-25 fighters in free battle mode, also the charchters are not chibi-like, but adult-like with awesome upgraded style. Also the fighting and everything is much more interactive and exciting! As of the story mode it's long and there's not that long unknown converstaions, you can use naruto and sakura both of them running over the town and mountains which is pretty exciting!
I have Naruto Heroes 3 on playstaion but I'm waiting on the psp version to arrive on mail.

P.s : I really don't like playstaion nor psp, I don't even know why I have psp, since playstaion was a gift, but Naruto games are so cool since I'm a manga and anime fan! It's just exciting and fun, I really recommend you get Naruto Heroes 3
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Naruto Ultimate Ninja Heroes is a purchase that is almost certainly worth it if you appreciate non-nuanced fighting games or the Naruto series in general. There is almost no depth to the fighting and at higher difficulties it becomes and infinite battle of using the kawarimi(I refuse to use the American 'substitution technique' even if I may be spelling it incorrectly) move over and over again or resulting to cheap tactics that might in any other game be called 'cheesing'. However, in Ultimate Ninja Heroes this is the norm and it quickly becomes more important to find who can string together unbeatable techniques in the safest manner possible than to actually be involved in the exchange of blows and timed counterattacks. If you remember though, I started this review off by saying that the game is worth purchasing, and I meant it. As ridiculous as the fighting system is, the CPUs take merciless advantage of it and quickly become challenging even for hardcore gamers. At the same time the Vs. CPU mode is extremely enjoyable and can be set to be at any difficulty, (although even the highest difficulty in that mode is significantly easier than CPUs in the hard story mode, let alone the insane story mode). The game also allows for an RPG inspired leveling sytem for you character's stats, which does tend to make them ridiculously overpowered if the slightest bit of though is put into it. This does not take away from the fun of the game though as you godlike characters are not usable in the story mode (called heroes mode for some reason). What makes it truly worthy of it's price tag however, is it's use of the PSP's game sharing functionality, allowing you to play a Vs.Read more ›
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Don't think of Ultimate Ninja Heroes as the PSP version of Ultimate Niinja 2. It's basically it's own game. There are missions you can do and rise up in the rank to become the leader of your village: THE HOKAGE! One of the really great features of this game, and it's one of the 1st games that i've seen it in, is the game sharing feature. That means that you and you're friend can play the game together and one of you don't even have to have a copy of the game. Me and my friend played together and the connection is really good. The load time is a little long in multiplayer mode but it's not impossible to live with. I love being able to change the difficulty of the game if your opponents that you battle are too easy for you. You can set it to easy, normal, or intense and believe me it can get hard. It took me 5-10 tries to beat on of the characters on Heroes mode. There are a few downsides to the game as in any game. For one, there are only 20 characters. I mean it's not bad for a handheld game but it would have been nicer if there were more characters. Number 2, the game is kind of short after you beat Heroes mode and Promotion Mode the game is basically over. Its not short for me being that I haven't beaten it yet but if you are really good at fighting games you'll beat it pretty quick. Other than that, its a really great and fun game. A must buy for any Naruto fan.
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