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There has been a shed load of Naruto games released since the anime started back in 2002, some good and some bad. It wasn’t until the series hit the PlayStation 3, with Ultimate Ninja Storm, that I felt the games finally captured the spirit of the TV show. The power of the PS3allowed the game to look and animate exceptionally well, to the point that people could easily mistake it for an episode at a quick glance. Now the third instalment of the Storm series is here, bringing the best of past and...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
Naruto UNS:Generations is a decent sequel that should of done more. This entry doesn't do anything to wow the fans of this series. We get 70 characters and I think 11 more if players have a ultimate storm 2 save but those characters are assist only. However that may sound like a lot of characters it really isn't. They are lots of repeat characters with the only difference being how their ultimate jutsu start and their design.The gameplay hasn't change much, one of the best welcome changes is to ...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
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