WII Tuesday, October 2, 2007 | 8:21 PM

Naruto: CNR video

Naruto: CNR video

NARUTO: Clash of Ninja Revolution is the first title in the Naruto universe for the Nintendo Wii, already available in Japan. It can be played with up to four players at the same time and the characters are from the second series. The developer promised us fluid combat, with interactive environments and new animations. Launch is planned later this month for the american market. Inside, an How-to play video of the game in action.


How-to video
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Commented on 2007-10-02 21:06:25
someone uploaded the wrong pic for the game. I thought this was Naruto EX because of the pic, but seen a pic of Susuke and wondered what was going on since he isnt in the game plue it said "revolution" in the title.

I wonder how this game will be since it's the old characters in the old series. If they have a japanese voice option I might consider the game, but if not it's a no go for me. I hate the Eng voice actors for the most part and own Naruto EX for Wii.
Commented on 2007-10-03 03:09:54
I personally don't see why Wii owners are tolerating these sort of games. They are just getting ports of games from older generations. This game in particular being a port of a GC game...
Commented on 2007-10-05 04:11:56
Not quite. The developers said they where taking the EX build of Naruto and substituting the old series characters into it. They seem to have some updates for the characters but they wont be current with the current series. Still I was pissed to see Tomy waisted time porting naruto 1 then 6 months later Naruto 2. They should have skipped to 3 where it had more characters, then later brought out 4. And I wander if they had a japn voice option in the ports. I hate the old lady that does Naruto's eng voice so I would never buy them even if I didnt import already.

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