Developer CyberConnect2 has created a form to let fans give their feedback so that they can continue to improve their up-coming Naruto game.
this is sooo awesome their doing this!
I know, I remember interviews which showed their commitment to making UNS2 a game that would cater to what the fans wanted. I'm not surprised that they've taken a similar approach to Generations, they are probably one of the best devs for responding to fan feedback.
agreed! did you submit anything? i wrote them a super long letter that said i wanted more characters, stages, and no dcers or spammers
No, at that time I was just becoming a fan of the series and didn't really have any requests. Looks like you didn't win the spammers bit lol.
Want Sharingan to do something again, and Itachi's exploding clones.
Put in every character:O.
yes every character ever that would be like 100+! i'd dig it!
No they should just make the roster as small as possible. If they include a whole bunch of characters. Then this game is going to be an unbalanced mess. They should add a few more stages and selectable ultimate jutsu like in street fighter 3. Focus on balancing the characters. Maybe add some sort of tag team mode where you can switch between characters. Finally they should plan on releasing dlc alt outfits for each character.
Mika If they make it small then it would be an unbalanced mess with a lack of characters and I think your dlc idea is horrible, I don't want them to take my money for outfits that the game should include. iMaim Yeah that'd be awesome.
I want the jutsu clash back.
the specials need to be like ultimate storm 1 and more stages but hey thats just me
I want the ability to mix and match characters and jutsu. Like in Narutimate Hero 3, Having... say... Ino with the Chidori and such. does it make since plot wise? No, but it was cool.
All i ask for is a better sub system and no chakra dash into ougis.
I want clashes back and longer ultimates
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