Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 Full Burst for PlayStation 3
PS3

Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 Full Burst

Oct 22, 2013
7.97
playscore
Average
420th of 1268

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

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About this game

Developer: CyberConnect2
Content Rating: Teen

Summary

Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 features the most extensive character roster of any game so far in the series, letting fans engage with a huge number of their favorite personalities from the series, be they friend or foe. In story mode, players will be thrown into a series of thrilling adventures set in the village of Konoha, while the game’s electrifying fights will be punctuated with massive scale boss battles, including a fearsome confrontation with the gargantuan Nine-Tails.

Critic Reviews

4 Reviews
7.07
John RobertsonJan 29, 2014
The closest comparison to this format is Asura's Wrath, another of CyberConnect2's offerings. However, where Asura's Wrath succeeds in this style of storytelling thanks to its short length and ferocious pace, Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 suffers from attempting to cover far too much ground for the core mechanics to handle. If you do classify yourself as a Naruto aficionado, then simply having another medium through which to consume the narrative is potentially going to be enough to satisfy you. Without a doubt, everyone else should look elsewhere.
Angelo M. D'ArgenioOct 28, 2013
In short, if you haven’t played Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 yet, then Full Burst is a pretty good deal, but then again, if you haven’t played it yet, you probably aren’t a hardcore Naruto fan, and that’s basically the one demographic that the game really appeals to. If you are a hardcore Naruto fan, then pick up the DLC expansion to the vanilla version we all know you bought and call it a day. If you are looking for a good fighting-game experience, however, you really should look elsewhere.
Sean SmithJan 29, 2014
Full Burst is more of an expansion than a brand new entry in the series; in fact, it’s available as DLC for those who own the original release. If you didn’t indulge in the previous offering, then what is bundled in with the Full Burst retail release offers excellent value. The additional content is not exactly huge, though: a few extra costumes for what is essentially a cookie-cutter roaster of characters, and just one additional face added to the mix (and a ridiculously overpowered one, at that) balance that out against the fan-servicing additional story and the fine Challenge Mode.

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