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Naruto Shipuden: Ultimate Ninja Heroes 3 - Sony PSP

by Bandai
Platform : Sony PSP
Rated: Teen
34 customer reviews
Metascore: 61 / 100
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  • Experience the latest installment of the Naruto Shippuden saga
  • Control more than 50 playable ninja
  • Conquer more than 80 action-packed missions in an extensive Story mode
  • Master new Awakening mode or perform a cooperative Team Ninjutsu with your friends
  • Perform four-player battle royale or engage in multiplayer co-op adventure in multiplayer modes with an ad-hoc connection
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The Revolution of the “Ultimate Ninja” series is born exclusively on the PSP system! The most advanced handheld Naruto Shippuden action fighting game has arrived! NARUTO SHIPPUDEN Ultimate Ninja Heroes 3 is the heir to the Ultimate Ninja series combining completely revamped 2D ninja fighting with 4 player multiplayer action!


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  • ASIN: B0037BSTP2
  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 4.1 x 0.6 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: May 11, 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #30,067 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Tristan A. Hayes VINE VOICE on May 16, 2010
Format: Video Game
Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Heroes 3 continues the tradition of Cyber Connect 2's dedication to the Naruto series with the release of Ultimate Ninja Heroes 3 on the PSP. Unlike other releases, this game sets its self apart by having a cast of around 50 or so playable characters from the Naruto Shippuden universe, and goes beyond the Rescue Gaara arc of Shippuden. I wont say how far along in the story it goes but lets just it covers a substantial amount of ground. The game even features a Sasuke specific storyline, so some fanservice has been included.

The game features a variety of missions types, most are fight centric with various objectives needed to be done (for example, winning with a ninjutsu, or finishing in awakening mode). Others are more of the enemies have high attack power. Though the game incorporates tactics, in which you can purchase and use the same boosts in battle, such as higher jumping ability, or all allies have high attack. The game allows for four players to battle at once as well (and these are incorporated into story mode too).

Presentation wise, the game looks nice and uses clips from the anime to tell the story. A few parts of the story have been omitted in order to streamline the experience, so you wont see everything that we have seen in past Shippuden games (basically every single battle in the Gaara arc isnt included). The English voice actors return and you can choose Japanese voices. Graphically the game is lush and pretty. There is some cel-shading used in the ultimate jutsus which does the attacks justice. The music sounds reminiscent of that which we heard in Ultimate Ninja Storm for the PS3 (same flutes and other instruments), sounds very Naruto-like.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Leanne on June 23, 2010
Format: Video Game
Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Heroes 3 for the psp is a very good game compared to the last Naruto release, Akatsuki Rising. There's 50 characters from the Naruto Shippuden series, each one packed with their own Ninjutsu and Ultimate Jutsu. There are 13 stages to fight in and a long story mode starting at the beginning of Shippuden and leading up to the Hidan & Kakuzu arc. In addition, there are three exclusive story arcs revolving around the Leaf Anbu, and parts of the Hunt for Itachi arc. Anything new in a Naruto game is a bonus if you've played all the others because having to go through the Rescue Gaara Arc again is just enough. But while you play in story mode you do get to unlock a bunch of jutsu and characters. There's also different objectives for missions to complete which adds something interesting to the series.

Heroes 3 also allows for 4-player combat. Whether CPU or playing against friends via Ad-Hoc, which can be a bit slow and kind of takes the fun out of it. But it was a nice try. There are some issues with graphics. Though this games looks and feels much better then Akatsuki Rising its still has its glitches. But it's a hand-held not a console games so what can you really expect.

Overall:

Presentation - 7/10
Long story mode. Most of it just more of the same Shippuden content we've all seen before.

Graphics - 8/10
The environments and character models in Ultimate Ninja Heroes 3 are not the best that the could be but they are a HUGE improvement over the last game.

Sound - 8.5/10
Once again Full English and Japanese language tracks are offered (for you dub hating fans) with the normal Naruto music we`ve come to expect in the games.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By dezzyrelaford33 on May 30, 2010
Format: Video Game
dezzyrelaford33 from Hokagesroom

This game is amazing. The graphics are top notch. This Naruto Shippuden game is by far greater than the previous one. Gameplay is simple and now multiple people can play with eac other at once would recommend this game to anyone reading this.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Gold guardian on May 24, 2010
Format: Video Game
By: Midori from Hokage's room

Ultimate ninja heros's 3 is a game that really lives up to it's title.

Graphics wise it's easily among the best games the psp has to offer. If I didn't know better I wouldn't even think it was a portable game in the first place as it easily looks as good if not better then Ultimate ninja 4 on Ps2.

Gameplay wise the controls are the same as ever, but why fix what isn't broken? And the Music is as rocken as ever.

The biggest improvement by far is character selection. With Young Kakashi, Obito and many more new characters to use at your finger tips, each one with their own unique special moves.

Over all I grade Ultimate Ninja Hero's 3 an A+
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Alex Gomez on September 9, 2010
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Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Heroes 3

Why do things that I once anticipated so highly always end up being the objects of my loathing? First it was Dragonball: Evolution, then recently The Last Airbender and now Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Heroes 3 for the PSP system. How can a video game that boasts 50 playable characters, a lengthy story mode, and plenty of fan service be worse than it's predecessors?

I should've gathered from the numerous `mediocre' reviews that this title wasn't worth it, but Naruto games generally get bad reviews by critics (and great reviews by fans, as did this one) and my Naruto fanboy wouldn't let me pass it up. In addition, the first in the series Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Heroes, was an absolutely great experience. Naruto UNH3 takes what made it's predecessors great, throws it away and in it's place jams 30 more fighters and the option of having 4 characters duking it out at once in team battle or free for all. Now theoretically that would be a good thing, but somehow the folks over at CC2 managed to royally screw this up. The combat system in place before was perfect, but UNH3 is a mess. 4 on 4 is too chaotic and instead of relying on skill, your main priority is to mash the O button and dash in hopes of actually hitting someone.

Story Mode:

The side-scrolling missions were annoying, nuff said...

A persistent problem in this otherwise great series is fake difficulty. By that I mean difficulty that can only be overcome not by skill, but by cheating. Yes, it seems cheating is positively encouraged. What is a player expected to do when he has no access to chakra, and the enemy has increased speed and attack power? Other characters, namely Kakuzu, are extremely over-powered and nearly impossible to defeat in a fair fight on the hardest difficulty.
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