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- Experience Jaw-Dropping Cinematic Quality HD Graphics - Witness the cinema-quality animation comes to life in high definition. The line between Naruto animation and game graphics will truly disappear!
- Roam Freely On Dynamic Multi-Dimensional Battle Grounds - Prepare to battle on robust, multi-dimensional battle grounds. Take advantage of the unique characteristics of each battle field! Battle is no longer limited to flat ground surfaces.
- Unleash Your Ninja Dream Team - Form your own three-man dream squad to battle your opponents! Unleash your allies to defend you in battle, or order them to perform cooperative attacks against your opponents!
- Discover A Brand New Mission Based Adventure Mode - Challenge a total of 100 compelling missions in Ultimate Mission Mode and experience the original animated TV series storyline up through the Sasuke Retrieval Arc!
- Unleash Massive Secret Techniques on An Unprecedented Scale - Using the power of the PlayStation 3, you can now destroy your enemies with bigger, meaner, stronger and more cin¬ematic secret techniques than ever before!
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Cons: Simple one-button combination attacks, mini-games in Story Mode get repetitive, traveling around Konoha to pick up scrolls gets tedious, simple mechanics cause fights to be similar even when using different characters.
Comments: The Pros and Cons explain the basic gist of the game. This PS3-exclusive is the sixth installment of the Narutimate/Ultimate Ninja series for home consoles (ignoring portable and card games), and it does well to fit in. The control scheme is almost identical to past games in the series, changing L1 and R1 to teammate-assist attacks, and switching item use to the directional pad (forcing movement to be analog-stick-only). Ultimate Ninja Storm puts the series into 3D rather than the previous two-planes 2D system. This allows full three-dimensional movement across a battlefield, making fights seem more action/adventure-game-oriented not unlike the Devil May Cry or Ninja Gaiden series of games. The game is filled with tons of extras, from music and video collectibles to figurines and more special moves. All this is earned in the Story Mode by completing missions and purchasing items using earned in-game cash. Most of the missions are battles, but there are three types of mini-games that show up as missions as well: hide-and-seek, race, and chase; they are fun at first, but after the 3rd time, it gets a bit old. (There is actually a fourth mini-game, as a Boss Fight, but it remains fun).Read more ›
Plotwise, Ultimate Ninja Storm goes through about the first 135 episodes of the Naruto universe. It would have been better if it could have gone through the entire Part 1 of Naruto (about 220 episodes) but being that the English dub version of it is finally reaching its end, it would have been impossible.
The single player mode has modes ranging from fetch quests, treasure hunts, specialized fights with requirements (such as win the fight, while not going into awakening mode, and wining with one health bar or more remaining and perform 3 substitution jutsus). There are also other modes such as race up the tree (an aspect of the show which is for chakra control), in this case it is a mode in which you just race up the tree exceptionally fast, you can use powerups that cause fireballs to come down the mountain on your opponents. There is also another mode in which you face a giant boss fight (against a huge toad, Chief Toad from the show), and finally the other mode is that you get to jump from tree to tree in a forest. There are powerups here that allow you to get through the forest faster.
That is all that is to the single player experience. It is a requirement to go through about 60% of this mode. There are many more missions beyond that, but only the hardcore Naruto fan would go through it to get all the unlockables (character costumes, more jutsus, dioramas, music etc).
The fighting is the main aspect of this game.Read more ›
I liked the Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm for its:
- great graphics
- easy controls when in battle mode
- big story
The only negatives I can think of is the somewhat long loading times and the lack of an online mode.
THE STORY MODE
The game follows the Naruto arc up to the point when Naruto battles Sasuka at the Final Valley but there are many other on the side.
You travel the Hidden Leaf Village collecting ryo and secret scrolls and other useful items while doing various missions. You get ryo by traveling the village, and smashing pots and paper lamps, or as rewards after completing a mission. You use ryo to buy items. If you find secret scrolls - and sometimes you will be using your mind powers or detective skills to find them, sometimes you just notice them - you can exchange them to get new jutsu (powers) for your characters.
After you complete missions, sometimes treasure chests appear in the village. These chests can hold some extra ryo, or new jutsu. There are also ingredient bags that are similar to treasure chests but hold ingredients. You can use the ingredient or certain items earned in missions to make ramen and increase your chakra (power).
In missions, you do things like complete a mini game, fight in battles or get items to a character. When you complete a mission you can get ryo, items, or characters. Certain missions cause for secret scrolls or chests to appear in the village.
The battles in the game make the player control the character easily and make the battle look epic at the same time. You can play as almost any character in the Naruto series. While in battle you can invoke support characters.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Came on time and it says very good but it was prestine almost like new! And the prices are very addordable. Very much recommendedPublished 16 days ago by Grem
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. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Kimberly Farrell
Case was broken and didn't come with manual; but the disc was perfect and that's all that mattersPublished 5 months ago by Mohammad
The best Naruto game at the moment of when this game was released. A step in the right direction for Naruto games. Read morePublished 6 months ago by FloxLr8
the first of this franshise and this is the one to get if your starting off from the begining of naruto storyPublished 9 months ago by Ernie Sanchez