NARUTO Ultimate Ninja STORM Free Download

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NARUTO Ultimate Ninja STORM Free Download GAMESPACK.NET


NARUTO Ultimate Ninja STORM Free Download GAMESPACK.NET My experiences with developer CyberConnect2 usually revolve around the now extremely iconic, yellow-haired ninja, Naruto. Making the leap from manga to anime and then to videogames, Naruto has made a serious impact on anime culture but usually his games leave something to be desired. Although CyberConnect2’s previous Naruto titles have had a few problems, they were among the better Naruto games and were often very entertaining even for non-fans, all things considered. Now, Naruto makes his PS3 debut thanks to CyberConnect2’s efforts in the form of Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm — the best Naruto game I’ve ever played and an all-around entertaining title to boot. In case you’re completely unfamiliar with Naruto, the franchise follows a mischievous, energetic ninja that possesses the spirit of the great Nine-Tailed Fox. Ultimate Ninja Storm is a, as I like to call it, “casual” fighting game that follows the first plot arcs of the anime series and gives players the chance to fight classic Naruto battles, play mini-games and roam the quaint streets of the Hidden Leaf Village. The most obvious thing you’ll notice about Ultimate Ninja Storm is the game’s phenomenal visuals.TOP/BEST ADULT VIDEO GAMES IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (USA)

NARUTO Ultimate Ninja STORM Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

NARUTO Ultimate Ninja STORM Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

While the environments are on the simpler side, the character animations are unreal. The fluidity, attention to detail and even camera angles are executed with such expertise and palpable, Naruto-passion that you can’t help but fall in love with how the characters move and fight. I would almost go so far as to say that the characters’ Ultimate Jutsu techniques are worth the price of admission, but luckily the entire package is fun, too. Ultimate Ninja Storm is generally broken up into two modes: Ultimate Mission Mode and Free Battle Mode. Unless you’re just playing against a friend, you’ll be spending most of your time in Ultimate Mission Mode. The great thing about Ultimate Ninja Storm is that CyberConnect2 recognized that fighting games need something other than straight fighting to keep the longevity of the experience strong. Because Ultimate Ninja Storm isn’t a highly technical fighter and has a casual engine, that added content goes a long way. That content is delivered in the form of a robust collection of missions that are accessed from a large hub world — a fully explorable Hidden Leaf Village. You can run and jump through the village as Naruto, purchase items and collect unlockables and then access missions by talking to different characters.

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Those missions range from standard fights, a few mini-games or even massive boss/giant battles. The mini-games — which involve a lot of tree jumping and dodging branches — are good fun but I would have liked to see a bit more variety in them, like what we saw in CyberConnect2’s previous titles. But everything else works great and having 100 missions to work through with bonus conditions included (to encourage multiple play-throughs) definitely adds up your total play time. I’ve referred to Ultimate Ninja Storm as a “casual” fighting game several times now, so an explanation is in order. The primary game mechanic here is obviously one-on-one fighting with support characters that can come in for a quick jab or two, but Ultimate Ninja Storm doesn’t play like a traditional franchise like Street Fighter. Almost every awesome-looking move can be pulled off by pounding away at the Circle button, and that simplicity is both the game’s greatest strength and weakness. CyberConnect2 — as has been the case before — is interested in bringing the highly stylized, fast action of Naruto to players of all skill levels. Thus, all attacks are pulled off with the Circle button and only a few other button presses are needed in battle.OMSI 2

NARUTO Ultimate Ninja STORM Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

NARUTO Ultimate Ninja STORM Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

You can power up your Chakra with Triangle, throw shurikens with Square and jump/dash with X. Also, you can block and dodge with L2/R2 and the aforementioned support characters can be called in with a quick tap of L1/R1. Despite the fact that you can do so much with the Circle button, there’s still a fair amount of strategy to be found in Ultimate Ninja Storm and you’ll need a good bit of skill to push through more difficult battles. Skill comes into play mainly when you consider having to manage your Chakra meter, block and deflect incoming attacks and using the proper timing for Jutsu and Ultimate Jutsu. This actually leads to a nice balance of approachable combat with the potential for mastery. The straight-forward combat might turn hardcore gamers off, but I think there’s enough depth in the system to keep most people entertained. Ultimate Ninja Storm does have a few issues to note. There’s a mandatory install that takes about 11 minutes or so. That in itself isn’t bad, but the game has way too much loading for an install of that size. It’s not unbearable by any means, but jumping in and out of the Hidden Leaf Village hub world should be quicker. Also, I would have liked to see a few more cutscenes and a more fleshed out narrative.

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The actual cutscenes (as opposed to just text readouts) are few and far between, but when they do pop up they’re fun to watch so I wish CyberConnect2 would have capitalized on that a touch more. My only serious complaint to level at gameplay, however, is that Substitution Jutsu seems quite finicky (this Jutsu involves hitting L2/R2 at the moment your opponent’s strike connects, teleporting you behind him). No matter what timing I tried, my success with this Jutsu seemed very sporadic and that was frustrating — especially when you’re on the receiving end of a hyper-epic combo. Naruto Uzumaki is a colorful ninja who excels in combat but can be kind of annoying. It’s therefore fitting (if unfortunate) that while Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm is a great fighting game, it’s also one in which you have to endure a lengthy, story-driven Ultimate Mission mode in order to unlock most of the playable combatants. Ultimate Ninja Storm does a lot of things very well, but exploration, item collection, and storytelling are not among them. The first thing you’ll want to do in Ultimate Ninja Storm is pick a favorite character and dive right into combat.Ravenfield

NARUTO Ultimate Ninja STORM Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

NARUTO Ultimate Ninja STORM Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

You can’t play the game before its mandatory installation is finished, though, and because there’s almost 4GB of information that needs to copy to your hard drive, you’ll wait at least 10 minutes. Once that’s out of the way, the Free Battle mode lets you choose who you want to fight as and against and where you want the fight to take place, and it gets the action under way with a minimum of fuss. Although there’s no tutorial option in Ultimate Ninja Storm, the controls are simple enough that they don’t take long to figure out. The face buttons are used for jumps, projectiles, melee attacks, and chakra charging. The shoulder buttons are used to block and call in support characters. The D pad has four different items mapped to it, and the left analog stick is used for movement. You’re free to run anywhere you like in the large arenas, and even when combatants are far apart the camera does a superb job of framing the action. Occasionally you might end up viewing the battle from a camera that’s more or less looking over the shoulder of your opponent, but the shifts in perspective are so smooth and so intelligent that the action very rarely gets confusing.

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It’s a testament to how great the camera is and how accessible the controls are that this holds true even when you end up defying gravity in fights that move from the ground to the vertical surfaces of walls in some arenas. Since there’s only one button used for melee attacks, that’s your go-to anytime you’re close enough to an opponent to land a punch. There are plenty of lengthy and satisfying combos that can be performed using very little else, but getting a combo started doesn’t necessarily mean that you’ll get to finish it. That’s because blocking is relatively easy–though not to the point that you can simply hold down a shoulder button and never worry about getting hit. Once your guard is up you can hold it in place for a good amount of time, but this doesn’t do you a lot of good. Your opponent will be charging up his storm gauge and become more powerful every time a blow lands, and ultimately your guard will fail and, because you were hiding behind it for so long, you’ll be dazed for a few seconds when it breaks. There’s an excellent risk-versus-reward mechanic that comes into play when you’re having to play defensively; rather than keeping your guard up, you have the option to tap the block button repeatedly in an attempt to parry an attack the instant before it lands. If you succeed,

you’ll perform a substitution jutsu, evading the attack completely and appearing directly behind your opponent, ready to launch into a combo of your own. Using your character’s items well can also turn the tide of a battle on occasion, though it’s unfortunate that reaching the D pad they’re mapped to is almost impossible without briefly giving up either the left analog stick or the face buttons. Items that you can use at any time during a fight include consumables that boost stats and various thrown weapons that either lower the stats of enemies or simply do damage on impact. There’s a lot of variety, and because some of the items are exclusive to certain characters, they’re worth considering when it comes to choosing who to fight as. The basic controls might be the same for everyone, but the different fighting styles and battle items ensure that no two characters feel the same. The problem is that only 12 of the 25 characters on the roster are available from the outset, and the only way to unlock the rest of them–along with extra moves, support characters, outfits, and awakening modes–is to play through the Ultimate Mission mode. Many of the missions you undertake are battles that you have to win while meeting certain conditions, and they make for some interesting challenges.

NARUTO Ultimate Ninja STORM Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

NARUTO Ultimate Ninja STORM Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Other missions, though, involve minigames that aren’t nearly as much fun: You’ll play hide-and-seek with the children of Hidden Leaf Village, you’ll race through forests and vertically up the trunks of huge trees, and you’ll wonder why you can’t unlock the rest of the roster any other way. Worse still, wandering around Hidden Leaf Village between missions to find new missions and to collect the items and currency necessary to unlock new battle features stops being fun after 30 minutes, once you’ve seen everything.Hidden Leaf Village looks great, but nothing interesting ever happens there. There are shops to visit, and there are characters with one or two lines of dialogue each to interact with; but until you near the end of the story missions (each is a flashback to a key event from one of the first 100-plus episodes of the anime), there’s very little to test your skills there. Even the secret scrolls that you collect and subsequently spend on unlocking support characters are clearly marked on the map and impossible to miss, so picking them up feels more like a chore than a challenge.Aimbeast

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