Naruto Shippuden – Legends – Akatsuki Rising

Genre Adventure
Region US , EU
Publisher Namco Bandai Games
ReleasedSeptember 24, 2009

The Akatsuki members Deidara and Sasori came to Sand Village on a secret mission to capture Gaara, who was the fifth Kazekage of the Sand Village. Despite his hard work, he was unable to fight back and won. Upon learning of this news, Kakashi’s team set out to rescue Gaara and Temari. On the way, Naruto Uzumaki revealed a surprising fact that he was a Nine-Tails’ Jinchuriki, and then Akatsuki would come to find him. After knowing this, Naruto’s best friend, Sakura, vowed to protect him. Temari is so grateful that despite having had a grudge against Gaara in the past, Naruto still sympathizes and willing to save him in times of danger. Will they be able to save Gaara?
The center of the game is, of course, the story mode where the player must complete each assigned mission. Every time a challenge completed, a new episode will come up, and new problems will need to be solved. Besides, the publisher also offers some other modes such as Survival, where players need to defeat a certain number of enemies. Of course, when you completed a mission, you will receive things like items, new skills, or money. It can be used in shops to unlock additional ninjas to enhance the experience for the player instead of having to use a character forever. If you are concerned about your gaming skills, do not worry, the manufacturer is very observant when allowing you to customize the difficulty of the round. The most significant difference between Akatsuki Rising and other Naruto games is that all attacks and counter-attacks placed on the same button. This means that for most games, you will only press a single button. This simplification to maximum can cause players to constantly counterattack without knowing that it will mess up their combos and making fighting more difficult. This is a bit difficult to understand because one-on-one games are all about simplicity. The music in the game is very sophisticatedly integrated; most of the music is from the Naruto anime.

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