Naruto Shippuden: Dreamers Fight – Part One

by Kal A on September 26, 2011

Naruto Shippuden Dreamers Fight part one

Remember the trailer of Naruto Shippuden: Dreamers Fight I posted in last May for the amazing guys from Thousand Pounds? Well, wait no more, part one has been released and it’s simply amazing!

The story takes place after the Pain saga with Naruto becoming the acknowledged village hero he’s always sought out to be. Seeing Naruto become steps closer to his dream, Rock lee decides he too, must continue to grow and push his training even harder. Feeling unfulfilled in his regiment, Lee decides to challenge Naruto to a no holds barred duel in hopes to reignite his passion to become the best ninja he can be. Naruto accepts the challenge from his close friend and with this the fight is set! Will Naruto’s constant growth and Nine Tailed Fox spirit overwhelm the hardworking, hand-to-hand fighter? Or will Lee again, push his body to the limits to become the more powerful opponent?

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  • +_O

    i was hesitant to press play… but not bad, not bad at all…

    • Kal

      I love their work! check out their other videos, click on the Thousand Pounds above, my fave is Ultra Combo #2

  • Abdullah Alshemmeri

    Here is what I have to say about the video:
    First of I liked the production and graphics very much. Also the soundtrack and effects are not bad itself and pretty much synchronized with the story line and the events.
    Regarding the characters I hate how they presented Naruto. What I mean is that we all like the childish, blunt, energetic, never giving up nor holding back Naruto. Yet, this video missed the essence of his character. Don’t we all watch Naruto for this!? 
    I think Rock lee was presented in a good way. The whole Character, how he looks and even similar voice to the animation. But, the story line presented him desperate to become a hero not like what we are used to.
    The fight was good somehow and they didn’t miss the details that we see in the animation but I think it was short on conversation between the two.
    All in all I think it was good enough. 6/10

    • Kal

      I couldn’t agree more, but I’d give them credit since they aren’t a major production company. :)

      • Abdullah Alshemmeri

        exactly, actually the production itself was superb 

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