Naruto Shippuden: The Ultimate Ninja Storm Legacy is a rich, great collector, big in contents and technically flawless, though perhaps, at a slightly higher price.
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Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm Legacy is not only the best recreation of Masashi Kishimoto's work available for fans of the series, but the best way to bring new fans into the series.
Any Naruto fan worth their salt will find much to enjoy here, that much is assured. For the rest of you, Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Trilogy encompasses a trio of stylish and entertaining anime brawlers that deserves your attention.
It is hard to argue the value here. I have always enjoyed the Ultimate Ninja Storm games even without knowledge of the source material. The fighting is fun and the stories are always over-the-top madness. This package delivers hours of fun and a solid look into the lore of Naruto.
A good opportunity to discover the Naruto SUNS titles. But if you already own SUNS 4 GOTY who was released a few month ago, you should move on...
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As a remastered collection, there isn't really a lot to say about the older games. They've been visually improved a little bit to fall in line with what you'd expect from a PS4 or Xbox One offering, but overall there are still some performance issues and, to be fair, the gameplay hasn't particularly aged well. When you get to the more recent games, this collection is a good excuse for fans that missed out on Ultimate Ninja 4 or Road to Boruto to get way more bang for their buck. If you're new to Naruto, it's also a fantastic way of exploring the series' rich history because – like a lot of classic anime – by the time you get into it, there's certainly a lot to catch up on.
Until Dragon Ball Fighter Z is released, Ultimate Ninja Storm is the best series of fighting games based on anime – now with much shorter loading times and smooth online mode. Every fan of Naruto will appreciate rich content and uncomplicated but extremely fun combat system.
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Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Trilogy is impressive. Rarely does a trilogy of games get better and better, yet stay so closely embedded with each other in terms of looks and gameplay design. This trilogy does just this and even fits right in with the fourth game. You would expect some large gap between gaming experiences, but it's all consistent in scope and delivery.
NARUTO: Ultimate Ninja STORM suffers the most from questionable game design choices throughout its campaign. The free battle mode, however, offers a nice variety of characters, and some customisation options and a competent enough AI to make it worthwhile.
This is the ultimate Naruto collection and even though the combat system might be similar, the adventure mode offered here is unique with each game offering its own set of story moments, different forms of exploration in the Ninja Leaf Village and flashy cinematic battles that should please the Naruto fans.
Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Legacy is nothing short of an impressive compilation that includes some of the craziest battles in gaming.
Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Legacy is a real treat for existing fans of Naruto. The four games perfectly recreate some of the best battles from the start of the series right up to the final showdown. If you already own the games then the only real benefits are the improved graphics and having all of the games on a current-gen console, which is arguably worth it because of how easy it is to switch between the games and play your favourite matches. Overall, as someone who had yet to play the earlier entries in the series, I am really pleased with the Legacy release and highly recommend it to all Naruto fans. It’s a must-own collection if you’ve never played these games before, but if you have then it depends how much the upgrade is worth to you.
Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Storm Trilogy is a fine way to discover this franchise for the first time, or play again the original 3 remastered titles on the go, in one greatly priced package. While there's nothing new added, it's still a worthy purchase if you want a fun and easy to play a fighting game on the Nintendo Switch.
f you’re just getting into anime and have started watching Naruto then I would also recommend picking this up as it’s a fantastic way of exploring the rich history of the series’ because getting into the show can be daunting at roughly 770 odd episodes!