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Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 - Playstation 3

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Platform : PlayStation 3
Rated: Teen
264 customer reviews

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  • Absolute Immersion - Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 offers the most immersive and epic Naruto game ever created.
  • Bigger Scale Boss Battles - Boss Battles are back and more impressive than ever before. Prepare to battle through an entire village in a huge boss battle with Nine-Tails.
  • Authentic Naruto Experience - Play through the anime-driven story mode and relive the most recent events of the animated series with a degree of faithfulness never-before-seen.
  • Nine-Tails Attacks Konoha - The Story mode starts out with the heated invasion of Nine-Tails! Help Hiruzen and Minato defend the village against Masked Man and Nine-Tails.
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A Storm of Epic Proportions. The critically acclaimed Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm series is back in 2013 on PS3 and X360, celebrating the return of highly awaited boss battles and welcoming brand new features to revamp the game experience. More immersive, more faithful and more extreme, Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 will offer the most epic Naruto experience ever seen in a video game. Dattebayo!

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A STORM OF EPIC PROPORTIONS

The critically acclaimed NARUTO SHIPPUDEN™: Ultimate Ninja® STORM series is back in 2013 on PS3 and X360, celebrating the return of highly awaited boss battles and welcoming brand new features to revamp the game experience. More immersive, more faithful and more extreme, NARUTO SHIPPUDEN: Ultimate Ninja STORM 3 will offer the most epic Naruto experience ever seen in a video game. Dattebayo!

Absolute Immersion

NARUTO SHIPPUDEN: Ultimate Ninja STORM 3 offers the most immersive and epic Naruto game ever created.

Bigger Scale Boss Battles

Boss Battles are back and more impressive than ever before. Prepare to battle through an entire village in a huge boss battle with Nine-Tails.

Authentic Naruto Experience

Play through the anime-driven story mode and relive the most recent events of the animated series with a degree of faithfulness never-before-seen.

Nine-Tails Attacks Konoha

The Story mode starts out with the heated invasion of Nine-Tails! Help Hiruzen and Minato defend the village against Masked Man and Nine-Tails.



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Platform: PlayStation 3
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  • ASIN: B008MO6AQO
  • Product Dimensions: 6.7 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches ; 0.3 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: March 5, 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (264 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,589 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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22 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Nikodem Leszek Blach on March 6, 2013
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
I'm about half way through the story mode, I've jumped online a few times now, and though I haven't finished it I'm too eager to review this game!

*UPDATED AFTER COMPLETION ON THE BOTTOM*

If you loved Ultimate Ninja 2 you'll love 3. I didn't care for generations, though it has Generations character selection. I feel the dodge moves work better in this game compared to generations, though it still has the 4 log limit (I think it refills a little slower).

I stopped reading the Manga after the Paine fight because of how well Ninja Storm 2 presented it. So Ninja Storm 3 is my only way to take in the story... and I am very satisfied with that. It has some dumb fights in the story mode, some of those "I can't let you do that" "Try to stop me!" fights, but for the most part everything feels relavent.

There are 87 characters total I think. If you remove the Assist-Only characters (brought back from 1) and the doubles/triples for character with multiple forms (even though each plays very uniquely) you have about 75 characters. Not a number to complain about. Everyone is here.

The story mode is a combination of 1 and 2 - the world is rendered in 3d and has more of an adventuring feel, but it's not fully accessible like in 1 or the x-box games, lots of areas feel like the pre-rendered backgrounds of 2.

There is a small beat'em-up style mode in some areas that works surprisingly well. The only thing I could really compare it to is Tekken 6's battle mode, and it's definitely better than that.

My only complaints are - the camera angles are stupid. Early in the game you'll do a scene transition by walking off camera, and the next angle you see there is a long path behind you with people doing things.
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22 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Danny on March 5, 2013
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
With the new improvements in gameplay features, the huge character roster and an epic story mode Storm 3 is something Hardcore Naruto fans will love and casual gamers alike. Storm 3 is picking up where Storm 2 left off and it starts with the search for Sasuke. The same open world experience as Storm 2 where you have to go on foot and get to your target is a bit time consuming but still has many collectible a on the way so it is worth it. In the Sasuke fight and other kinds of boss fights it mixes regular fighting with beautiful quicktime events and awesome visuals that you feel amazed by. New features have been added to the gameplay system too such as ring out which has its up and down sides and automatic awakenings which can actually work out quite well in battle if you don't abuse the privilege. Then one of the things I am most excited about is the new characters like all the tails,Nagato,many reanimated characters, and my favorite,Madara Uchiha. These elements show great potential for a great game and hopefully more games to come. Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 is very lengthy, immersive and has a ton to offer so I definitely recommend it.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Okanovich on November 6, 2013
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3 Verified Purchase
For once its finally nice to indulge within another game other then the ones out in the market such as the call of duty franchise. Getting exhausted of just playing fps games, its nice to play something unique such as this game.

I've been watching Naruto with my younger brother since a kid in middle school when it used to air on Toonami, and then moved onto just watching Naruto in Japanese with English Subtitles. I highly recommend that you change the settings in-game to Japanese; the voice actors in English are just terrible.

Pros:

Multiplayer/Co-op: Pure enjoyment. Lots of variety of characters to select from, and can go on for hours playing with friends.

Storyline: This game summarizes the current Naruto manga events perfectly! The beginning of the game was parallel to that of God of War 3. Just like God of War 3, your thrown right away into this intense battle against a gigantic beast(kyubbi) and the size of the Kyubbi just makes you feel the depth of the game. Very EPIC submissive gameplay. You realize the vastness of the game. The storyline gameplay includes exhilarating moments such as bashing the Kyubbi all the way to tearful moments such as Narutos first encounter with his mother. The developers did an amazing job of fitting years worth of anime and manga into one game.

Graphics: 5/5 Since Naruto is based upon anime, the graphics did not have to resemble real life humans etc; that being said they were able to allocate those resources into making the gameplay and graphics fit that of an anime. Genius! It felt as though I was interacting with the anime throughout the whole gamep!

Cons:

Only one complaint: there are too many things to do, especially for those new to Naruto console games.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By THE GILZ on March 15, 2013
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3 Verified Purchase
if you are a naruto fan, that's for sure if you think in buying this game, you will feell very satisfied, with the quality of this game, is a hole new way to tell the story you allready saw in the series. I NEVER get bored with this game even I ALLREADY know whats going to happen. and for the multiplayer, there is a real huge collection of characters.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Peachy Fox on April 14, 2015
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
First, I got to say I love the previous game Naruto: UNS2 and I think its fantastic on presentation, animation, story and gameplay. I would give it two solid thumbs up for what it does. Later, I remember all the backlash from Naruto Generations of fans saying that it was just a cash and grab by Bandai Namco, so I skipped it. I figured UNS3 was a return to it's true form...nope. Other than incredible animation sequences, it brings nothing new to the table. UNS2 had a lot of story arcs, introduced a new type of gameplay and expanded on the open world aspect for a fighting game. Yet UNS3 is pure laziness. A lot of the the open world is there to take up space. The need to build friendship levels was necessary in the previous game but feels like they accidentally left it in, as it brings little value to the game this time. It feels like they really need to overhaul the gameplay for the next game, as the fighting portion needs to become a major focus again. Most of the fights only take 20 seconds, yet you get a 5-10 minute cut-scene right after. That's jacked-up.

Not a good fighting game. Outside the origin of Naruto's birth and the explanation of what happened to his parents, the rest of the story was boring. I never skip cut-scenes in games, yet I did for this. If you liked UNS2, then avoid the sequel.
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