Post Reply Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Storm Revolution Review
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Posted 1/2/15
“Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution” has a gorgeous paintbrush aesthetic: it's reminiscent of famous Edo Period art. And it’s not just the menus that get this look -- the characters look hand-drawn, even during hectic battle animations. The game often switches between this anime-inspired aesthetic and scenes from the actual “Naruto” anime.

Battles are ridiculous and fast-paced. There’s always an explosion happening or someone getting punched into the atmosphere -- it’s completely over the top, but the close-quarters fighting is entertaining, in a juvenile, basic way. There’s a lot of button mashing because your main attack is channeled through just one button, but you unleash a flurry of hits that happen too fast for you to recognize. Then you can follow with a “Chakra Attack” or “Ultimate Jutsu.” There’s another crazy animation, and you go right back to the action.
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In my opinion it like storm 2 where the game runs smooth and a pinch of storm 3 where there are great movesets and other things also a pinch of full burst and VIOLA u haz storm revolution
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Posted 1/3/15 , edited 1/3/15
I have it on the PC platform from Steam

So far, everything has been great about it. The grandiose amount of characters, to trying to keep up-to-date with the manga as close as possible. I enjoyed playing with my friends too, but there is just one thing. The Ninja World Tournament is a bit repetitive...trying to unlock everything, while also doing multiple missions become tedious. Everything else has been fantastic so far, no complaints!
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