Reviews and Problems with Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3
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Hard to believe it took months to come out...
Mr. J. R. Lukacs, amazon.co.uk
3 February 2014
Summary: Its a good game, good story, slight deviations from the original plot, but never mind. There are problems with the frame rate dropping when in fights which is apparently not present in the PC version. I would suggest waiting for a patch to come out to fix this before getting it.
Summary: For some reason it actually took more than 2 weeks to arrive so I was waiting desperately for it to come but by the time it actually arrived I had to go on holiday so I didn't get to play it for a while.
Summary: Since I have skipped Naruto Storm Generations, this game simply looks like Storm 2 but with a way bigger selection of characters from the anime/manga. There are some improvements to the fighting mechanics, namely the substitution jutsu (Sort of counter) is now limited to a new 'energy bar' restricting some of the spam that was noticeable on Storm 2, although I do know that this system was introduced in Storm Generations.
Summary: If you're a fan of Naruto and it's story you'll like this game. However if you are playing this for the gameplay, i'd look else where. While the story is good, if you've watched the anime you've pretty much played the game as the majority of it is just cutscenes with disappointingly few fights between. The actual fighting system works very well and improves upon previous entrys, but there are just too few fights.
Summary: Story mode boss battles are epic,cc2 are good with boss battles but the bad thing about the story is that there are so many cutscenes. Online is the same as last game apart from set your own conditions i was hoping for a new mode like 2 v 2 but they didn't put it in,there are dlcs but just costumes not characters and the bad thing is that the reanimation kages are not in it and the seven ninja swords men aren't in it apart from zabuza.
Summary: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 can be a fun game if you're a fan of the show or manga, but it doesn't offer much to those who aren't. The combat is simplistic but works and allows new players to the series to jump straight into the game.The story, whilst changing how some events play out, still tells the journey of Naruto and the Ninja War. The game hasn't really been tuned up the way you'd expect from a sequel and feels a lot like Ninja Storm 2.