Reviews and Problems with Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 2
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Xbox 360 Review - 'Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Generations'
3 June 2012
Summary: Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Generations offers a vast selection of playable and support characters spanning every generation of the Naruto saga, alongside incredible online functionality to take the Naruto ninja fight onto the global stage in the much-beloved fighting series.
Conclusion: I have had trouble connecting to online matches. The people online can be tough as nails, so its easier to play against people at your same skill level. Experiment by playing with different characters and you will stand a chance. If a Naruto Shippuden Ninja Storm 3 comes out.
Excerpt: The Nine-tailed Fox is a force comparable to a natural disaster. A single swipe of one of its tails can flatten mountains and reduce entire towns to smouldering piles of rubble. This is the same power lurking inside Naruto Uzamaki, a zealous young ninja who had the beast sealed away inside him when...
Conclusion: game and excellent anime-quality cut-scenes that play out the background story. Most of the “action” in the adventure mode has gamers delivering items or collecting them, and even worse, to move throughout the adventure, gamers have to constantly over and over wait for each little section of the...
Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 2 – Review (Xbox 360)
26 January 2011
Conclusion: The game teeters on if you like Naruto. The game was built for Naruto fans in mind and those individuals will extract the most fun from this time. The adventure game is a vessel for the story but is simplistic and gets old quick even though it has a long length.
Conclusion: Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm 2 exceeds its predecessor in many ways. A tighter story, better visuals, and easier-to-manage Chakra system top the list of improvements made since the last iteration.
Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 2 (Xbox 360) Review
2 December 2010
Summary: Naruto is a solid fighter that is brought down a couple of points for the constant traveling that you have to do. The game is fun and at it’s best when you are witnessing the amazing battle scenes. Though I am not a fan of hunting and collecting items, Naruto has you doing so with a purpose.