Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 full burst-(PC)
This month of october there has been a very unusual release.Despite having never glanced in the pc's direction until last month.Namco Bandai games have decided to roll out the third core title of their their highly succeful series of Naruto on PC platform.Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 full burst is the best naruto action-adventure,Fighting and Role-playing game on popular platform like PS3,X-box 360 and now on PC.Besides the main storyline,which is quite awesome there is pretty much many things to do.There are many quest to complete other than the main storyline,there are many collectibles which gives you power up,many blueprints to collect which can be used to make diffrent types of items or weapons.However,with so many characters the story is all but impossible to follow without intimate knowledge of prior events.The primary ultimate adventure offers so little gameplay that it feel like you are watching a movie(a very long movie).It feels as though developer CyberConnect2's plan was to create a condensed edition of the anime in which fight scenes are playable.This leads to an experience that features such haphazard and irregular pacing that your principal cause for intrigue rests in trying to work out just how long it's going to be before the game asks you to pick up the controller again--and even when you do, the core combat is a shallow, button mashing affair that requires little in the way of skill.
Other than then the Ultimate story mode this game offers two more mode the online battle and free battle in which you can fight with com vs player or Player Vs Player.You can also fight challenges and 8 player tournament .
Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 Full Burst is perhaps the most extreme example yet of Namco Bandai's attempt to appeal to the converted and only to the converted. Here's a game not simply for any old Naruto fan, but for Naruto fans who are completely up to date with the story and characters as they currently exist in the anime/manga episodes and are seeking a new way of experiencing previously explored plotlines. If you're not up to date, then not only are you going to struggle enormously with the story as depicted in the game's early stages, but you're going to ruin what you've not yet seen of the TV series. Unfortunately, due to gameplay that is as unwieldy and bloated as its title, Full Burst is not an acceptable way to get yourself up to date with this franchise.