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Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm - Generations (PS3)
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Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Generations will offer a vast selection of playable characters spanning every generation of the Naruto saga, alongside incredible online functionality to take the NARUTO ninja fight onto the global stage like no game before it!
NARUTO SHIPPUDEN: Ultimate Ninja Storm Generations will offer a vast selection of playable characters spanning every generation of the Naruto saga, alongside incredible online functionality to take the NARUTO ninja fight onto the global stage like no game before it!
Developed by CyberConnect2, NARUTO SHIPPUDEN: Ultimate Ninja Storm Generations is the latest title in the smash hit ‘NARUTO SHIPPUDEN: Ultimate Ninja Storm’ series of games. The title will power the series into the future by revolutionizing online play and ramping up the number of playable and support characters way beyond any NARUTO game before it. Players will compete in a huge variety of online battle modes with all their favourite NARUTO characters including Raikage and Sasuke Uchiha (Susano’o). NARUTO fans have been waiting to see more of Zabuza and Haku since the launch of the original Manga, and now they will have their chance! These are just a few of the many new ninjas in the game.
All this, together with the original Japanese voiceovers and a presentation which sticks faithfully to the much-loved NARUTO universe, will ensure that NARUTO Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Generations offers NARUTO and gaming fans a torrential downpour of NARUTO ninja fighting action and adventure!
NARUTO is the #1 best-selling manga across Europe and one of the most well-known TV anime series currently broadcast worldwide.
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The Good points:
A very large character selection, with exactly 72 playable characters, few of the characters do have alternate costumes with different ultimates. I think playing all of these characters (most) are pretty fun, its good when offline you get challenged with the CPU at the right difficulty (hard or super hard). The new free battle modes added such as Survival, Tournament and training mode are fun at first, with Survival you start doing introduction survival, very easy but after that it gets tougher and tougher:
- Survival : It involves beating characters back to back, after you win each fight you get a small percentage of health added depending on how well you fought them. Also you get bonus conditions sometimes on the 4th or 5th match, if you meet one or two of these conditions during said match, you get a small health boost from those too. Again its fun on the right difficulty like hard or super hard.
- Tournament : As it says on the tin, you can do two types of tournaments offline, challenge tournaments which involve fighting a set group of fighters, these battle tournaments or separated into four tiers : Genin-Chunin-Jonin-Hokage. Each rank has its own difficulty level. The other type is battle tournaments, 4-8 players/CPU fight against each other you choose who to fight.Read more ›
What I liked about this game's predecessor what the almost Final Fantasy style story mode with almost tekken style combat. So you can imagine my disappointment when I realised that the Story Mode is essentially gone; now you can play each characters 'story' which consists of;
An opening animation,
Narrated, still images
Several battles, much like Tekken's arcade mode; with each battle getting more difficult,
An ending animation and the unlocking of other character stories...
There's no running around freely, no side quests; just battles and narrated still images. ANOTHER criticism I have on the story mode is that there's just no scope for the actual story. I happen to really enjoy the Manga and Anime, so I know what's supposed to be going on, which means as I watch important parts of the story being completely missed it does irritate me a little.
So the story mode; awful, really disappointed.
As for battles, it's a good thing I'm really enjoying them at least; I haven't played online yet, so I don't know what that will be like, but against the Com I feel like the battle system has improved well enough. It takes a bit to get used to the new substitution technique but once that's done it actually makes the battles more challenging and enjoyable.
Well that's it for my review, I'll just spilt my rating slightly
Story Mode: 2/5
Battles: 4/5 (I'm knocking a mark off here because it had the cheek to offer to lower the difficulty for me o_0)
I won't get into the plot as I'm sure everyone knows what Naruto is about by this point: Ninja kid with a mythical fox monster sealed inside his body aims to become the greatest Pokemon master of them all or something. The ground covered in this game's story mode actually covers more of the overall Naruto plot than any one Naruto game has ever done in the past, going as it does from the very start with Naruto as a kid right up until the Kage Summit arc of Naruto Shippuden, which is a fairly enormous amount of story ground overall... however, even with that, the story mode here is actually considerably SHORTER than the story mode in the previous UNS game. Obviously this is more down to the removal of the adventure segments than anything, but at the same time, the story is presented in such a heavily streamlined form that it will make absolutely no sense at all if you don't already know the story beforehand.Read more ›
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Pretty pants game. It's basically like playing Ultimate Ninja Storm 2, but with only the vs. mode...Published 24 months ago by Mr. O