Reviews and Problems with Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm
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Best naruto game for me!
Kimberly Farrell, Amazon
21 September 2015
Summary: Im really a big fan of naruto anime, but didnt bother buying some of naruto games ever since i might feel disappointed on the game, but this one is different. Got the game working really well thus the game itself is a blast! characters are 100% same, skills, field. Also story line.
The game itself is great and I would totally recommended it but my disc ...
Alejandro Ruiz, Amazon
18 May 2015
Summary: The game itself is great and I would totally recommended it but my disc came scratched up and it wasn't placed correctly when I opened my game the disc was lose so I'm not sure if that scratched it or if they lied when they said conditions is very good and sold it scratched up
Summary: This game has awesome fighting graphics and game play is pretty smooth. That being said, this is not really a game for teens or adults. It's incredibly simple and filled with repetitive mini games.
Summary: Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm is the first step in the search for a really evolve Naruto gaming experience. The game has some flaws that I truly thing will be slowly erased in the future games of the franchise. The history mode is quite repetitive and it's not deep at all.
Summary: Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm looks amazing, however the game does get very repetitive after the first third of the game. The game is just variations of the same mini-games. Unlocking characters does give some variation, but in the end it doesn't do much.
Summary: Pros: - Outstanding visuals/character animations - Accessible combat mechanics - Tons of playable characters - Japanese voice overs - Spectacular chakra-based special moves - True to the spirit of the manga/anime - Multiplayer blast for Naruto fans Cons: - Lots of unbearably looooooong load times...
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: My experiences with developer CyberConnect2 usually revolve around the now extremely iconic, yellow-haired ninja, Naruto. Making the leap from manga to anime and then to videogames, Naruto has made a serious impact on anime culture but usually his games leave something to be desired.