Naruto: Naiteki Kensei is a free stand alone game that offers a unique fast-paced experience based on the hit Japanese anime Naruto. Players are able to compete online using a system that combines aspects of a third-person shooter and an action-based fighter to provide a new thrilling experience. The system includes casting clever and powerful Jutsus, stringing together Melee combos, evasive acrobatic free-form Movement, and utilizing an array of Weapons with multiple functions all seamlessly.

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SupaNinjaMan
SupaNinjaMan Sep 27 2008, 12:50am says:

sorry to mention this, but his head is squashed compared to the picture of him.
and he's a little chubby.
still, he's great.
they're minor flaws/details, keep it.

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imkongkong
imkongkong Sep 27 2008, 1:10am says:

its a 3d model render, its not a picture

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SupaNinjaMan
SupaNinjaMan Sep 27 2008, 10:29am replied:

that's what i was thinking, that the render made the proportions distort.

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FERlanga
FERlanga Sep 27 2008, 9:39am says:

His arms look short

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imkongkong
imkongkong Sep 27 2008, 10:18am replied:

dont any of you understand perspective and how camera position can affect it? look at other pictures to see renders of the entire model

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tentella
tentella Oct 24 2008, 3:15pm says:

The arms just look too short, although the proportions are good, what about enlarging it entirely? arms a bit more, tho. Just a remainder tho

Or raise his sholders...

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RogerRamjet
RogerRamjet Nov 21 2008, 7:05pm says:

The easiest way to fix it is not render using perspective. Do it in a different window or just change the camera angle width to get the correct proportions, as having a perspective warped view will always draw critics out who know nothing about how 3D actually works.

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