Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution Review kukugames

  •  Genre: Fighting
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  • single and multi player
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  • Previous game of the series: Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3
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  • Offer: Namco
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Story


positives
like a tv cartoon
good mix of many self contained screenplays
story muches tv series quality
satisfying story for a genre that is not needed
story mud fits nicely with graphics
negatives
too many cinematics

Design


positives
good map
long enough single player for its genre
interesting world design make us want to explore
adds interesting elements to the genre
many unlockables
many stages
impressively fast menus
complex scenery without bugs and invisible walls
alive world with many details makes the game more convincing
many characters to unlock
easy to find our missions
single player is a good training for multiplayer
negatives
many similar missions
no motivation to do side objectives

Gameplay


positives
effective handling
opponents artificial intelligence
many difficulty levels
difficulty increases over time
addictive action
adds new ideas to the genre
skillful combat
many skills give variety to gameplay

Graphics


positives
stable frame rate
like watching cartoons
no bugs
improvement from the previous title of the series

Sound


positives
sound effects
many sounds clearly identifiable
melodies from the series

Οnline Competitive


positives
online for players from the same system
good statistics and leaderboards
usually good connection
many game mode
simple but interesting online
negatives
few people available online even in the pick hours

Competitive offline


positives
good competitive mode
good options to organise a tournament
Conclusion - Rating

equal with the best games of its genre in
most sections


wiki


The game introduced guard-break and counterattack and 100 characters and 14 only support characters . In the former, the player breaks the guard of the opponent, knocking him or her unconscious. This gives the player the opportunity to unleash a deadly attack to inflict serious damage. There is a limit, however, on the number of times it can be used. In regards to a counterattack, if an opponent is about to land an attack on the player, the players can knock them unconscious, rendering them helpless and sealing their support. Timing is the key here and a counterattack is a chakra-consuming action. The game also features a revamped support system. There are largely three types of teams. The Drive type locks the battle with a Sealed Barrier that always activates the Support Drive ability. Support Drives call in other team members to chain attacks with the players main character or block for him depending on the type of support the three man cell provides. Ultimate Jutsu type is a team that can do a heavy damage super attack, which depends on the team the player use. Awakening team types can use an awakening at the start of the battle by using the right analog stick.
The game has 118 playable characters, with new characters being added in addition to returning ones. Series creator Masashi Kishimoto was involved in the game to design an original character: a robot version of Naruto named Mecha-Naruto who has a two-stage awakening: a four-tails transformation and a Mecha-Kurama transformation. Playing a role in the newly introduced four-player Tournament Mode, Mecha-Naruto appears in a two-part episode of the Naruto Shippuden series that aired on the day of the games release in Japan. In addition to the new character, Kishimoto also designed new costumes for Sasori, Deidara, Hidan, Kakuzu, and Orochimaru, as well as the design for a technique used by one of the games new characters, Shisui Uchiha.
In addition to following the series canon until the latest animated episode, the game features new side stories. These include stories about Akatsuki, Shisui Uchiha and Kushina Uzumaki. After working to create new animations for Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Generations, the developer of Naruto anime series, Studio Pierrot was once again involved to animate 50 minutes worth of animation for the new side stories.

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