Archive for August, 2008
All the Naruto
freaks keep looking for latest updates about Naruto. So I am here with a few. Well first of all, I’ll make you know about the video games based upon the Naruto original series. You must have received Rise of Ninja game for Xbox 360, which has been recently released. I hope you are enjoying it and if not then give a visit to market today. The other on is ready for the release within 2008 for the playstation 3. The game is named as Naruto: ultimate Ninja Storm. As I have heard from my sources, this game is gonna be blasting for the gaming freaks and you won’t regret buying it. To make your difficulties easier while playing, you should start watching the episodes from Naruto original series from today. So go for it now. You can download all the ninja episodes from here conveniently.
Besides this a sequel, to the Naruto original Manga series is going on. This is named as Naruto: Shippuden (Naruto-Hurricane Chronicles) and is still airing in Japan. I don’t know exactly when its English version is coming down, but let’s hope for that to come soon. I have not seen any of the episodes yet, but I am sure that it’s one step ahead of the original Naruto series. In this series Naruto comes back to old friends after training from Jiraiya and reforms the team seven. So there will be lot many new characters along with the old ones and will be filled with more adventure. All have got matured and improved in ranks and this time they will make plans for world domination.
Naruto is becoming more and more popular day by day. You will find numerous things related to Naruto in market, like novels, DVD’s of movies based upon Naruto, video games as well as every episode on our page here.
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We catch up to Naruto as he’s walking through the forest. As he’s walking, an eagle flies above and drops an animal on his back. At first, Naruto doesn’t realize that it’s alive, until an unfriendly encounter with Sakura. Naruto comes to Tsunade’s office and she explains to him that it’s an Onbaa. Tsunade then goes on to tell the story about how Jiraiya ran into one when they were younger. It was funny to see Jiraiya’s notes on what happened told in sloppy pictures. It was also cool though to see the short flashback of Jiraiya, Tsunade, and Orochimaru as kids again.
The Onbaa has identified Naruto as its mother and they stay on the mother’s back until they mature. The problem with this though is that once it gets enormous and if it gets mad it can destroy an entire village. Tsunade wants to rid the village of the Onbaa, so she sends Naruto on a mission to defeat bandits harboring in another village. Naruto makes quick work of the bandits. On his way back he runs into the mother of the Onbaa he’s already carrying on his back. At this point the Onbaa on Naruto’s back is huge now, so much so that its feet were dragging on the floor when Naruto was walking.
The mother tries to hit Naruto and then manages to turn the Onbaa against Naruto himself. From the way the episode made it seem Naruto was about to get clobbered, but the Onbaa starts to remember how Naruto took care of it and manages to save Naruto and return him back to the village.
The writers must have loved animals during the time when they wrote these last two episodes, because the last episode was about Kiba protecting Akamaru and this episode had Naruto taking care of the Onbaa. I preferred the first one though I think. Naruto could have probably summoned Gama Bunta or even a rasengan to take care of the mother Onbaa, but that can be forgiven and we’ll just assume that Naruto doesn’t believe in animal cruelty.
The comedy wasn’t very funny this episode. I didn’t necessarily get why the villagers were making such a big deal about Naruto carrying an animal on his back – it just seemed really over dramatic and not funny. The funniest part of the episode was when Rock Lee ran beside Naruto with a basket on his back and said that he wouldn’t let Naruto outdo him. That was funny, because it kept right in with Rock Lee’s character and his whole trying to work harder then everybody else type of attitude.
This was another episode that could have been much worse – either that or maybe I’m just a sap for a good animal story. It was another episode where it wasn’t Naruto at its best, but was a slightly enjoyable experience. Kiba definitely had the better episode, but Naruto’s adventure with the Onbaa wasn’t so bad.