Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 2 Review

Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 2
Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 2 will be the continuation with the Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm series about the PS3. This game continues within the likeness of the first game bringing CyberConnect2's outstanding graphical engine for the series to the Shippuden storyline. Apart from the visuals, the game prides itself ongoing through the Naruto storyline approximately and with the Pain Arc (that is through episodes 1-175 or through Naruto manga chapters 245-450 with the manga). This can be a wise stopping point as the next game would be able to introduce the many new ninjas that have been shown on the next arc. I won't spoil the precise specifics of the storymode fights for that is to be discovered and enjoyed by the player spoiler free.

The story mode of Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 2 follows in similar fashion to the first game where there are a combination of selected fights from your manga/anime which are on transforming battlefields with large attacks in addition to a mixture of regular fights. However, not every scene from your manga and anime is included in terms of fighting, those who are decent. The sport does a great job of splitting up between not just fighting fights with Naruto and stuff like that. The village in the game has been completely redone in the first and looks gorgeous. You can also travel on foot through locations besides the Hidden Leaf Village. It genuinely seems like a recreation of the way it appears inside the anime.

The Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 2 has a cast that could reach over 40 characters with all the main team ninjas obtainable in first, in addition to Sasuke, and the ninjas in the Village Hidden inside the Sand. You are able to unlock characters from the story or even the utilization of satisfying conditions and gaining storm points (in game credit earned from everything, may be used to unlock titles and much more). Characters can also have their attacks (ninjutsus) customized. The overall game has an online mode that is available straight away. It is a great inclusion for one can present off their skills to friends through private matches or playing through public matches (ranked and unranked) with anyone.

The game has titles which can be unlocked (which appears to be over 150) along with cards to deck the players online profile, you can find trophies included, voice chat is allowed online too. Finally the sport has Japanese Voice Acting as well as English Voice Acting so it's possible to change it out. The English voice acting is pretty interesting for a number of from the characters haven't yet been dubbed so players may have a surprise (should they didn't look in advance) to listen to their select characters talking. The background music amongst people is quite fitting just as the first and that i found carries emotion in like regard for the anime. Lastly you can find near 20 battlefields that may be unlocked and selected for online play. Another highlight is offline multiplayer for two players.

All in all here is the Ultimate Naruto game that fans have been waiting for, and for people who might don't mind spending time in Naruto there exists a demo entirely on the PlayStation Network to download the game, and also the game does the tale mode well enough that individuals who had never seen or read Naruto before might get thinking about it. This Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 2 is a Naruto game anyone wouldn't wish to miss.