Once again everyone’s favorite boy ninja has come to town to defy what we expect from licensed anime titles. People who’ve enjoyed the lads’s Wii and PS2 outings (or just looking forward to his upcoming 360 debut) are left with little to bellyache about when it comes to Naruto on the go. Comfortably starddling the line between fighting game and 2-D side-scroller, Naruto: Ninja Council 3 offers up sixty plus unique missions for you and your friends to play. And it’s not all about the kicking of ass either. You’ll have to collect scrolls, defeat beasties, and sometimes - simply stay alive.
You’ll doubtlessly like some missions more than others. We kinda hated the bat level for instance, but thankfully, the game doesn’t force you play missions in any particular order. Feel free to skip or hold off on the levels giving you problems, playing, and replaying, the stuff you like. Of course you’ll have to play everything to unlock all the characters and all that extra stuff such Naruto fans go nuts over. plus perfecting a level for a better grade adds to the replayability of a somewhat short game.