Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 is one of the best storytelling fighting games I’ve ever played. Without those storytelling elements is a fighting game that is not as robust as some of the premier fighting games, but enjoyable none the less.
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LEGO Star Wars The Force Awakens was announced this week and will release Jun 28, 2016 on multiple platforms and cover events from Star Wars Return of the Jedi to Star Wars The Force Awakens.
Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm seems to be an exercise in apathy. Much of it feels like no one seemed to care about what they were building.
Orange is the new black in the latest installment of the Ultimate Ninja Storm series. Clashing swords and cha-kra moves fill the screen in this 3D fighter. Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 Full Burst is a great place to dive in as it collects all the DLC for Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 [...]
Namco Bandai does a nice job with the Naruto license - we praised Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm Generations last year but ultimately would like to see more done with the franchise for the next generation of consoles. We'd love to see a more dynamic introduction into the game by newcomers and a shift from reading dialogue on screen for future Naruto games.
Robert Welkner and Hailey Bright (from COIN-OP TV) at Wondercon 2012 - this episode features an interview with Hiroshi Matsuyama the President/CEO for Cyberconnect2. Cyberconnect2 developed the popular Dot Hack games in the past and most recently Asura's Wrath (Capcom) and Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm Generations (Namco Bandai). In this interview find out which Naruto [...]
70+ characters to play AND over an hour of new anime means win for NARUTO SHIPPUDEN Ultimate Ninja Storm Generations from Namco Bandai! Naruto's latest was developed by CyberConnect2 who most recently came out with Asura's Wrath - both games extremely gorgeous to look at and fun to play. One can see from the start [...]
NARUTO SHIPPUDEN: Ultimate Ninja Storm Generations, the latest entry in the hit NARUTO SHIPPUDEN: Ultimate Ninja Storm franchise which is launching on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 on March 13 in North America. The new trailer showcases the incredibly cinematic in-game graphics and highlights a few of the 70+ playable characters in the game.
Fans of Naruto will have to wait until 2012 to get their hands on Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm Generations for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. We praised Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm 2 when it came out for review and also thought Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm was a treat -- so expectations for any [...]
Robert Welkner of COIN-OP TV reviews the single player experience of Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm 2 from Namco Bandai. This honest and personal account examines the LOOK, FEEL and PLAY of the game. Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm 2 brings the hit manga franchise to life in completely new ways. With refined fighting mechanics, a rich [...]
Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm PS3 interview with Rob Ely (Namco Bandai) from Anime Expo 2008. Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm PS3 InterviewUploaded by pennyman
February 2016 kicks off the year with an insane amount of high profiled video game releases including: Street Fighter V, Plants Vs Zombies Garden Warfare 2, Far Cry Primal, XCOM 2, Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 4, Unravel and more!
J-Stars Victory VS+ has a certain level of charm - being able to play some of your favorite anime characters in a super mashup video game is a huge plus.
March and April seem to kick off the 'gaming season' for a couple of months until things go dry over the summer then heat up again for the holidays. March 2013 picks would have to include Tomb Raider, SimCity, Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm 3, God of War Ascension and definitely Gears of War Judgement.
Books turn into movies. Movies are turned in to games. Television shows are made onto movies. A book into mini-series. Video game into television shows. This is the nature of our entertainment. Cannibalistic, symbiotic, incestual? That's a matter of perspective. On the subject of perspectives, these are the five best cartoon based video games in recent [...]
Armored Core V ushers in the first of a handful of upcoming robot/mech fighting games in 2012 - later in the year we'll see Steel Battalion and Mech Warrior Tactics. ACV is the longest and most popular franchise from developer FromSoftware (published by Namco Bandai) who also made Demon's Souls a couple of years ago. [...]
Our friends at Namco Bandai have done an excellent job over the years of releasing games with a rich and mesmerizing fantasy environment. Games like Enslaved and Majin The Forsaken Kingdom felt like fantasy novels come to life on our video game controller and their most popular licenses in Naruto and Dragon Ball Z appeal [...]
Capcom has a slew of potential hits coming out in 2012 with Street Fighter X Tekken and DmC leading the pack. The first major game for them out of the gate is the stylistically cool fighter-button-masher Asura's Wrath which arrives in stores Feburary 2012. Gods will clash in Asura's Wrath - the game is 'big' [...]
At the heart of the Namco Bandai library of licenses are Dragon Ball Z and Naruto. Fans who grow up on these cartoons want video games based on the characters and Namco Bandai never drops the ball on the licenses. Dragon Ball Z Ultimate Tenkaichi will be out for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 [...]
NAMCO BANDAI ended 2010 with three strong titles in Majin and the Forsaken Kingdom, Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm 2 and the stellar Enslaved: Odyssey to the West. Hopes were high for KNIGHTS CONTRACT - Namco Bandai's first big title to ship in 2011. When we previewed Knights Contract in Oct 2010 we compared the game [...]