Trembling, shinobis! Today we’re going to talk about what could be the latest Naruto Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 Mobile game, a series of fighting games started 7 years ago. While Masashi Kishimoto’s manga has come to an end, the CyberConnect2 teams are offering themselves an exceptional battle of honour. With more and more ninjas, impressive techniques and Dantean boss fights. Fasten your belts, tighten your ninja blindfolds, and sharpen your shuriken, it’s time for the ultimate fight.
Few fans were really convinced by Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 Mobile Revolution when it first came out, mainly because of its main gameplay and a few wacky gameplay ideas. But for what could be the final episode of the series, and the first release on next-generation consoles, CyberConnect2 has gone to great lengths to offer THE Naruto game. The one able to satisfy the fans of the series, which started more than fifteen years ago (paf, the old man’s blow that hits behind the neck, without warning). With the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One, the developers had the opportunity to stick ever closer to the gigantism and immoderation of the last chapters of Naruto. And it’s a real success.
A Completely Crazy Story Mode
When I first approached Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 Mobile (which we will simply call “Naruto Shippuden UNS 4” later, for convenience), one thing, in particular, struck me: the developers did not hesitate to make a big splash, filling the screen with games of explosions, flames, and truly impressive lighting effects. And damn pretty, most of the time. With time, Naruto and his friends have gradually abandoned the discretion inherent to their profession (ninjas, therefore spies/shadow warriors, need we remind you) to get closer and closer to the demented fights of Dragon Ball. Evermore devastating attacks, ever more powerful transformations, in short, those who had abandoned Naruto after the first 10 volumes will be quite surprised if they launch the game without having caught up. The game transcribes perfectly the excessiveness of these titanic confrontations, especially in Story mode, with various tricks.
We’ve talked about the effects that abound on the screen, we could also talk about the partially destructible arenas or the costumes that get dirty and tear, but the most remarkable thing is probably all these QTEs that appear at various times, during or between fights. With the directional cross, the joystick, the 4 classic buttons, the triggers and slice buttons: the joystick is well used and one takes a clever pleasure in drumming on a button or turning a stick in the palm of one’s hand as quickly as possible. The player is involved in the fights and takes an active part in this escalation of explosions and ever more violent blows. Visually, it is a success, there is no doubt about it: the fights are extremely well choreographed and the rendering has nothing to envy the animated series, quite the contrary. The “wow” effect that one feels at times has nothing to do with pancakes: Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 Mobile is a real eye-catcher.
While in History mode there are many classic fights, there are also clashes that are a little different and take different forms. Unleashed in a vast arena at the command of Gama Kichi, you’ll have to destroy thousands of Juubi clones, taking advantage of his jumping ability and size to crush the smallest ones; straddling the huge batrachian, you’ll have the opportunity to grind the demon’s arms to get ever closer to his head; some clashes use flashbacks to accentuate their dramatic side, or highlight secret team techniques (necessarily even more sweeping than others). And what about boss fights, in which the main characters come to use their most powerful forms of transformation, making trees and clods of earth fly with every kick. We could talk for hours about this Story mode, as successful as it is fun… And impressive. On several occasions, the player becomes a spectator and can only applaud in front of this garbage of anything. Others will find that everything is too easy, that the player is too busy, and that the QTEs are too many. Know what you are getting into: here, CyberConnect 2 has chosen to stick as closely as possible to the original work, Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 Mobile game offers little challenge. But all this is in the service of a, particularly successful staging.
Naruto Shippuden UNS 4 Mobile Complete Roster
A hundred or so characters. That’s what makes this Naruto Shippuden UNS 4 Mobile the Dragon Ball Z Budokai Tenkaichi 3 of the Naruto games. It’s hard not to find your favourite, especially since some characters have several “different shapes”. Depending on the form chosen, the secret techniques or the Awakenings will be different, according to the chronology of the series. Of course, this artificially boosts the number of playable characters, but in practice, few people enjoy such an honour. And by the way, if we were to add up all the characters and their alternative forms, the total number would be well over 100, which is really, really a lot.
As in previous games, Naruto Shippuden UNS 4 Mobile it is possible to customise these characters by modifying the objects they use in the famous ninja permutations, or the image illustrating a fatal secret technique. Again, fans will be satisfied, especially since the possibilities are quite numerous.
Anyway, in combat, you can feel it as the game finally opts for a real three-on-three combat system. The two supports can be used at any time as the main fighter, which allows some rather welcome gameplay subtleties.
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