A new scan shows Sasuke fighting multiple Samurai.
omg...my epicitas is back...NOSEBLEED OF THE CENTURY!!!
... I didn't care much for the taking on multiple opponents in the PSP game, which as a result I hardly played. However, if this means a return to an open-world adventure where you are free to explore and take on many different quests, then that would be awesome.
true it will be awesome! more than awesome actually! i love the open world from storm 2 and always loved hacknslashes.. the two of them combined in storm 3 will make this game unrivaled!!!
... mostly just painted backgrounds for the characters to walk through. I haven't played Storm 1, but I believe that gave players the freedom to run and jump around in a 3D Konoha.
ahh your right! i meant storm 1! it had a true open world
Agreed,this game looks to have better boss fights.
HOLY MOTHER OF CREAM. I'm looking forward to this! I loved Impact's hack and slash story mode. SO MUCH WIN!
This will bring good variety to the game. A co-op mode would be nice like Impact for the PSP.
Offline co-op. That would be so freakin' awesome.
Cool , but i'm more interested in them bringing more variety in the meat of the game , the vs battles . The ultimate ninja storm franchise is good looking , attractive and ultimately good , but it's a farcry from what it used to be on PS2 as narutimate hero . There was more skills involved , more choices of jutsus and ougis , and less spam . i wish they would try to incorporate that into ultimate ninja , instead of meager placebos to kawarimi no jutsus spamming , and updating the char list for the story .
as long as fans fail to realise that all there doing is CODing us into buying the same thing with no real improvements besides movement in the story they wont care a bit. I hope they improve the combat dramatically its just so much potential in the storm but there not trying to reach its fullest potential.
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