Reviews and Problems with Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm
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10 April 2011
Conclusion: releases November 4, 2008 and is rated 'T' for 'teen' due to cartoon violence and mildly suggestive themes. The violence is no worse than what you might see on Pokemon or the Naruto cartoon on the television. The suggestive themes I couldn't find.
Excerpt: Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja: Storm 2 surprised me. I was expecting a straight- forward, thumb straining fighting game. Imagine my delight when there were adventure elements like an RPG. The game follows the anime story fairly faithfully, which means the storyline is complex and interesting.
Excerpt: Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm is the Ultimate Ninja series' first foray into the 3D fighting genre, and it does so in a very promising way. When I first saw Ultimate Ninja Storm , all I could think was how amazing it looked.
Excerpt: These days, you can’t turn your head in a video game store without bumping into another Naruto game. The long-running manga/anime series came stateside a few years back, and even an awful initial dub on Cartoon Network couldn’t keep the fanboys from flocking.
Excerpt: Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm (NUNS) is an anime based game about a ninja called Naruto and his quest. Although based on an anime cartoon it is not necessary to have prior knowledge to enjoy the game.
Excerpt: Naruto returns to the console world in Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm which successfully transfers the classic anime series to the PlayStation 3 in this entertaining fighting game that contains a rather immersive story and graphics which perfectly compliment the TV series.