After the success of Ultimate Ninja Storm Generations, fans had high hopes for this numbered installment in the Naruto Shippuden series. Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 launched recently, and it’s a tale oftwo games. On the one hand, Ninja Storm 3 does some things well. It delivers in the visual department once again, with CyberConnect2 crafting a beautiful world and telling a great story based on thepopular Manga. But on the other hand, Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 just isn’t very different from Generations, and the ways that it does separate itself are lackluster and don’t enhance theexperience in any way.
That might be harsh, but if you were looking for major enhancements in the Naruto franchise with Ultimate Ninja Storm 3, you aren’t going to find it here. Instead, a weakdecision path that has no outcome on the actual storyline, some bigger scaled boss battles, and a very well presented game are going to be the main draws. If you were pleased with previous entries in thispopular franchise, you’ll probably fall right back in love with Ninja Storm 3, but only if you’re wholly content with this franchise becoming stagnant.
While you don’t have to have watched thetelevision show or played the previous games to enjoy Ninja Storm 3, it’ll certainly help. Picking up immediately after the events of Ninja Storm 2, this Naruto begins with Nine Tails’ attack on HiddenLeaf village and continues the story of the Great Ninja War. Naruto fans will quickly see CyberConnect2′s to attention to detail and their consistent adherence to the source material. If you’re thinkingabout hopping in this story mid-way through,
Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 is a beautiful game that really feels like it lacks substance. For every beautiful environment that begs to beexplored, you’ll be met with very little interaction to be had. This isn’t an adventure game, Naruto Shippuden is all about fighting, but it really feels like there was a big missed opportunity to...
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