All in all, this is a game that is remarkable for its maturity. All the eye candy is there — remarkable visuals, realistic scenes, eye-popping landscapes, and the trademark outrageous action. Individually, all these elements are no longer surprising in this age of high technology — in fact, everything here has already been seen in other media. But it is the way that they are brought together to form a cohesive whole that gets critics all nodding with pleasure.
Even though there are some people around who are crying about the new direction in which the current edition of God of War has taken, from my point of view, it certainly sets a new trend in the gaming industry with its spectacular surroundings, brutal action along with a fine storyline involving the relationship of the father and son.
It exactly captures the essence of the Naruto from the original anime series. The Speed and personality of the protagonist is displayed with clarity and even though it is largely focused on the multi-player game feature, there are many single player missions to help you accumulate some XP and skills.