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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Mc_Intire May 25 2008, 10:40am says:

Kinda lacking shadows of any kind on those screenies...

Would it be possible to assign a certain terrain parameter to i.e. the ground model and the wall model of the maps so the kunai will embed itself deeper into the soft ground than into the hard wall (also even the kunai in the wall as it is right now seems to be embedded to shallow, not even speaking about the ground)?

Btw, you guys planning on some sort of dynamic interaction between the weapons and the map, like being able to use them as foothold when they're embedded into the wall, or i.e. being able to cut ropes by throwing a kunai at them (for whatever effect, making stuff fall down or doors open or whatnot)?

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Harimau May 25 2008, 11:32am replied:

i share this guy's concerns, and i like his ideas.

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Silverfisk May 25 2008, 12:23pm replied:

I think they're deep enough into the wall, maybe it's just a matter of taste? It would be coolest if they all didn't go equally deep into the wall.

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imkongkong May 25 2008, 8:11pm says:

those are not of any main concern atm. our main concern is to get everything working first

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