Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm 2 game
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  • The story is set up in chapters, there are I believe 6-8 chapters within the game, and the approximate completion time for the story mode is anywhere from 10-30 hours
  • The fights in the game are truly amazing and the absolute best part about the story mode are the boss battles
  • Throughout the game you get to experience the story of three main characters (not exactly three campaigns, the stories are very nicely transitioned through chapters) The first story is none other than Naruto's story, you play as Naruto for most of the beginning of the game as you play through his training of the Rasen Shuriken

    • by Cody
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      Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm 2 is, as the title says, the second in the very successful “Ultimate Ninja Storm” series by CyberConnect 2 and Namco Bandai Games. The game offers a rich, very detailed very interactive story mode, a fun online battle mode, and a “free battle” mode allowing you to play a simple match against a friend or computer. The game is a fighting/adventure game that has a very powerful effect on its players, offering 42 playing characters, and a very interactive story mode with both english and japanese language tracks that can be changed at any time.

      Ill start with the online interactions: The online play was a huge anticipation for Naruto game fans alike, for this was the first multi-platform Naruto game ever made. The online battles were very much looked forward too, and for the most part it lived up to the hype. The online play has a ranking system that is pretty simple to understand: you win a battle, you gain ranking points, you lose a battle, you lose ranking points. This makes winning all the more


      important as the higher rank your opponent is, the more points are at stake for him. With this said however, there are its flaws. The online battles are strictly 1 v 1, and while the game offers the ability to give yourself computer allies to fight with, its just you against one other opponent. This makes the online play quite repetitive at times…

      Its the story mode however that really makes this game great. For those of you who are familiar with the Naruto story, the game begins at the very beginning of the manga/anime “Naruto Shippuuden” and ends at the end of when Pain invades the Hidden Leaf Village. For those who are new to Naruto, since this game begins at the beginning and ends at a time period quite far from the beginning, this game is a great way to catch up with the others. The story is set up in chapters, there are I believe 6-8 chapters within the game, and the approximate completion time for the story mode is anywhere from 10-30 hours!!! So you definitely get your monies ...


      • worth! The artwork in the background is simply fantastic, you run around completing missions from the actual story in an adventure type of style, meaning you actually get to run from point A to point B in a 3d style. The fights in the game are truly amazing and the absolute best part about the story mode are the boss battles. The boss battles are amazingly beautiful and while make you play through the game craving more! Everything about the boss’s are stunning, the animation style, the very unique gameplay for the boss battle, the cutscenes, and the fact that the graphics in them (and the game overall) look amazingly like the anime, even better than the anime in some places! Besides the boss battles, the story itself has been perfectly simplified from about 150 episodes or so into this 15 hour game. Even if you are new to Naruto, you still get a sense for these characters emotions as you play through each of their hardships and struggles.

        Throughout the game you get to experience the story of three main characters (not

        exactly three campaigns, the stories are very nicely transitioned through chapters) The first story is none other than Naruto’s story, you play as Naruto for most of the beginning of the game as you play through his training of the Rasen Shuriken. After that you switch to Sasuke as you play through his quest to get revenge against his brother. Its not until this point in the story that you truly begin to appreciate the characters emotions, as next you play as Jiraya on his quest to discover the dark secrets about the mysterious Akatsuki. The final chapter is spent again with Naruto during the final battle (of this point in the story) between Naruto and the leader of the Akatsuki, Pain.

        Even after beating the main story of the game, you’ll find yourself replaying it over and over again for multiple reasons. There are also plenty of other things to keep you busy outside of the story like side missions and sparring matches. Overall this is a fantastic game by CyberConnect, and its a great addition to any Naruto or fighting game fan!




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