Naruto Ultimate Ninja 2 Review

naruto ultimate ninja 2

Ultimate Ninja Heroes, which met with game lovers in August last year, had some pretty fun fight and fight scenes on the PSP platform. An anime-based game, also known as Japanese comic art, has been reunited with the PSP under a fairly long name, such as Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Heroes 2: The Phantom Fortress, just over a year later. For the last leg of the series, it is actually possible to say a revamped version of the previous production. Of course, that doesn’t mean we’re facing the same one-on-one game. However, many of the similarities in between are not overlooked.

Sony’S ingenious PSP toy has once again proved that it can also be quite enough and fun in fighting games quietly. I note that our Wide Screen screen can already be quite successful in structures such as 2D and platform. But makers who love 3D are unfortunately a little more nostalgic and avoid 2d, which is quite ideal for our portable platform. This seems to be a little more settled in Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Heroes 2. Because 3D characters and spaces meet in harmony with 2D background and environment elements. Even in the game, sometimes with the displacement of characters, it makes us feel 3D in accordance with it. 2D backgrounds suddenly meet with a three-dimensional environment creates quite beautiful scenes. So why are the scenes we’re in stemming from? How did we get there? Why are we in a struggle, let’s look at it…

Princess of darkness

The first of the two main modes available in the production is Heros mode, while the other consists of story tracking, which is called Mugenjo mode. In Mugenjo mode, we are faced with quite a long way of talking scenes and telling the story. Even if those who are impatient at this point do not want to listen to conversations, they will need to use the X key in series for a few minutes due to too many texts. However, if you are a little more patient and like anime characters and stories, you can complete this long transition with pleasure. Long story short; in The Hidden Leaf Village area, where our characters live, a tall castle resembling a mountain appears. According to legend, a few days are enough for the village to disappear with the appearance of the castle. For the castle, also called the ghost, as expected, Naruto and his Ninja friends who follow him devote themselves to saving the village and solving the mystery of the dark princess behind the Ghost Castle. So our adventure begins. As can be seen, there is no deep story. But in a game based on fighting and fighting, it can be said that it is at a level that will give enough reason.

When we set foot in the castle, we’ll see something go wrong. The castle, which has captured our memory and past, presents the faces we know as our enemies. With the first attack, it is not difficult to understand that familiar faces are actually not so familiar. The castle basically consists of floors and rooms that are connected to each other on the floors. On the floors shown in the form of a map, there are the Battle Room and The Drama Room. In the construction, which cannot be reached to the other room and other floors without completing one, it is also possible to encounter mini-games in the rooms. In battles with characters with different characteristics, the circle is assigned as the main action key. In addition, combos that appear with different key combinations are provided to exhibit character-specific movements. In addition, the need to use different characters to complete episodes has also been created. Although not very advanced among the characters, there are features such as team management, team head, and talent development.

In addition to Mugenjo, which is a story mode, Heroes Mode, CPU versus and Wireless Multiplayer modes are also available in the game. In Heroes mode, we fight against other teams with a team of three ninjas that exist or create themselves. In CPU mode, you can fight PSP, while in Wireless mode, you can fight real friends in a virtual environment. When we approach visually, except for the 2D-3D factors I mentioned at the beginning of the article, it seems that the graphics are more or less the same as the first game. As with the first game, the graphics and effects look pretty good in the new version. The only minus part that stands out can be said to be repetitive backgrounds. In terms of music, nothing much has changed, and the English dubs seem to be quite good. If you want to hear Anime art in its original language, i.e. Japanese, you can also change the dubbing option in the settings menu. It is possible to have fun throughout the production, which is at an average difficulty level. Especially anime lovers players can have a very pleasant time in the latest version of the series.

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