3.67 stars 3.67/5 Stars Average score of 6 user reviews spread across 6 releases and 0 DLC
Right, I think it’s safe to say that the gaming community is a big fan of Naruto as he’s a twelve year old ninja, loud, immature and he has no friends. I know, because I received about twenty Xbox messages questioning my sexuality but I pulled through as always and now you have the opportunity to read this review. What a treat. I know that there are a very select few that might be interested in the single-player part of the game and you’ll be in for a pleasant surprise. The game also features an...
Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 2 does have a couple of technical issues that have lowered its review score, but the game is too good to be dismissed because of loading and occasional anti aliasing issues. The controls are very simple and, even though there is no tutorial, they are easy to pick up and have surprising depth to them. The games story mode has two parts, the main story and the side quests, and because of this the game is surprisingly long. But the games length is never...
As I sit down to write this review, I feel conflicted. I've made it no secret that I hold the Naruto: Ultimate Ninja line of fighting games in extremely high regard. Back in the heyday of the PS2, these often overlooked games were the pinnacle of non-traditional fighting games, desperately trying to find a place to exist during the drought of the fighter. Using its popular licence for extra pull, CC2 crafted games which mirrored their own enthusiasm for the Naruto line, giving diehard fans exact...
Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja storm 2 is the sequel to Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm. The game itself is a fighter, and rely on the same fighting system used in the first game. The story spans much more of the manga than first expected, that is a plus for fans. In fact, the psp is the only other console that has a Naruto game with a story that spans as far. The story in the game is basicly the same as in the manga, with a few tweaks, but they dont really do that much. Just like the first game,...
If you ignore the story mode of this game and simply focus on the Vs. battles, this game is incredible. The visuals are stunning, the character roster is deep and varied, and the fighting system is flashy and fun. By going through the Vs. mode, you can still unlock all the characters and see much of the best content in the game. If you are ready to subject yourself to a lot of boredom, you may consider giving the Story mode the chance. Compared to the first Ultimate Storm, this game's core mode ...
When it comes to anime games, there are two kind of reviews you can see. A review done by a hardcore fan, who will, without doubt give the game a perfect score, or by a complete newbie who just stumbled across the game. I'll try to keep this review in the middle, so, people on ''both sides'' can understand. Let's say, you're familiar with the series. It's a good show, filled with emotions, often not-needed episodes, and some fiery battles. You know a game is amazing, when you can just beat the g...
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