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The Art of Fighting NS

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rated 4.46 / 5 stars
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naruto

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Uploaded
Dec 29, 2005 | 7:04 AM EST

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Cool, thanks for the frontpage !

The Art of Fighting: Naruto Special

It follows the concept of the first tAoF, but this time it's only with Naruto characters.
And, watch the mishap after seeing the whole movie though.
Really nothing else to say.

enjoy the movie !

Reviews


AngryAngeloAngryAngelo

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

That was actually good, beleive it!

I cannot understand why all the sudden this is such a big deal, but at least the fighting is good, and i guess that's all that matters right? Anyhow, nice job with this one. Could use a little more polish though.



BigboyxxlBigboyxxl

Rated 5 / 5 stars

heh

hehehehehehehe swwwweeeeeeeeeeeet



SlighSligh

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Excellent

You are a very talented sprite animator. Your syncs and creativity were very impressive. Top-notch stuff. Good job.



Link323Link323

Rated 5 / 5 stars

good

But why was Sukura in there she never did anything!



NocturnalInfinityNocturnalInfinity

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Slightly choppy, but well planned and made.

Personally, I like flashes that take games and their sprites to a whole new level. I didn't follow the Naruto series, so I found the skill description option to be very useful. But in making it, it was too fast to actually see what exactly goes into the attack. Also, I noticed that not every skill that was used in the actual movie was explained in the skill descrition. During the movie, again, the production values were fair, but too quick for style, so it gave a slight "choppy" effect to the movie, plus the sound could have a tad more variety to it. However, I found that through seeing the fair movement, the zooming and slowing of characters, and the great use of the backgrounds from the actual game, I saw to like watching this flash.

Bottom line: Next time on working on something like this, go a little slowwer in the production and take your time. Nonetheless, good work.