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  • Summary: This collection includes Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm, Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm 2 and Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 Full Burst.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 5 out of 14
  2. Negative: 0 out of 14
  1. Jun 1, 2018
    80
    Those craving for a portable Naruto adventure will rejoice with the release of the Ultimate Ninja Storm Trilogy for the Nintendo Switch. Three games covering most of the events of the original Naruto and Naruto Shippuden series, are set to give players hours of fun, battling and exploration. An ideal choice for newcomers and those who want to play Naruto games on the go, which, unfortunately, is not recommended for those who have already experienced previous versions of these games to the fullest.
  2. Apr 29, 2018
    80
    Even without being a true and full remaster that improves graphics, framerate or even add new content, Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm Trilogy adapt with its highs and lows the trilogy seen on PS4 PS4 and Xbox One, leaving tons of fun and impressive combats, that newcomers will enjoy the most... even with the online modes broken as they're now.
  3. May 8, 2018
    80
    Naruto's first outing on Nintendo Switch is a wonderful first step for the orange ninja. While we would have loved to have seen the fourth title included to cover the entirety of in a single game, it's hard for us to thumb our noses at three complete games in one package for about 40 bucks. For a Naruto fan, this is a no-brainer.
  4. Apr 27, 2018
    70
    Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Trilogy is a good chance for those who never played a Naruto: Ultimate Ninja game before and can't get their hands on the latest chapter. However, the games haven't aged so well and the remastered edition itself has done very little to make them look and play like new titles.
  5. May 1, 2018
    70
    Naruto is back again, even on Switch. It has lost the shine of the home consoles version but gained a new a new, portable life. A porting for every fan who wants to fight everywhere with the ninjutsu style.
  6. Apr 27, 2018
    68
    On Nintendo Switch, in short, the Fox to Nine Code does not show all its power.
  7. May 7, 2018
    60
    Naruto SUNS Trilogy contains three good games, but the graphical quality of this port is not really what we expected, especially in TV mode.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 7 out of 7
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 7
  3. Negative: 0 out of 7
  1. Apr 29, 2018
    10
    This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Ah yes, the storm games. The storm games as you know was an envolution of the ultimate ninja games for the playstation 2. Now here we are years later with the naruto series completed, and borutos legacy begins. The ultimate ninja games are THE pinicale of anime games, no other anime has topped it. I have played all the ultimate ninja games (PS2) and all Storm games (Xbox 360 and PS4)

    Naruto Storm Trillogy beings the first 3 games to the switch. If this sells well, we might even get storm 4. No one really cares about storm generations, that game was just filter and used it to introduce new mechanics so that Storm 4 would be perfect. Now here is my quick review of the storm games.

    Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm 1 review switch

    Story - Covers the entire first series

    Gameplay - Simplified storm mechanics. The first storm game is the ONLY storm game that features an open world, similar to that of broken bond on xbox 360. So in a sence it's more RPG heavy of the storm games with it being required to do a mission twice to unlock the bonus requirmnts were as later storm games had it on the first try if your skilled enough. Those who never played storm will find that the combat is to get used to before you can truely master it's mechanics. There is a wallrunning battle mechanic on certian maps but this is the only storm game to do this... In fact it would be easier to say what was only to this storm game.

    1. Full Open World were you can climb up buildings and wall run, the later storm games have open world but in an open world sence of an RPG were you cant really climb anything but can still punch, throw shurican and jump but its not that special compared to the first game.
    2. Wallrunning - Storm 2-4 removed it complety.
    3. Minigames - This is the only storm game with mini games like tree climbing and forest running, both with their own obsticals.
    4. Justu clash - the only game were a chidori and a rasangan can clash and you can mash the buttons.
    5. Battle intros were your characters would talk an intro speech before the fight.
    6. Longer ultimate justus, they kind of brought it back in storm generations and 4 with the introduction of team ulitmate justus but for the most part the ulitmate justus were signifently shorter due to the character roster expanding.

    Thats about it, the rest was the same for the other storm games. Such as the higlight of the storm games were in fact the boss battles and watching the amazing QTE (Quick Time Event) button press for an epic cinimatic and more highly exagurated than the actual show. Storm 1 did this but very little, the QTE in storm 1 were very short and the boss fights were not that impressive. Still, a very fun expirence storm 1 was.

    Sound - Bandai re-uses a lot of their old sound effects for all their games. They reused the Voice Actors from the hack series as well as music and sound effects to the ultimate ninja series, continuing to re-use it all the way to the storm games. Yes even the final storm game re-uses them. Overall they are ok, could have used some different OST though.

    Graphics - Been downgraded for the switch but still looks fantastic. On the PS3 those graphics were awsome, much more detailed than storm 2 when it took a graphics dip but a larger character roster. Overall they are great.

    Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 2

    Story - Covers the start of shippuden all the way to the end of the pain ark.

    Gameplay - Same as storm 1 but with all those things that were exlusive to storm 1 were removed in 2. It has better fighting though, a bigger character roster, and most of all had the best QTE boss fights in any anime game ever made.

    Sound - same

    Graphics - look at storm 1 review

    Naruto shippuden ultimate ninja storm 3

    Story - Picks up the next ark all the way until the 4th ninja war ark and ends with a non cannon ending.... Because content I guess. Shorter than the 2nd game kind of.

    Gameplay - it was defently overhauled with having a varity of new gameplay features (such as instant awaking with their own special attacks, true awaking, support types like attack, deffense or support, no more substitution spam with having only 4 sub bars, tailed beast awakenings, etc) with storm generations refining it and storm 4 perfecting it. Overall it had WAY better gameplay than storm 1 and 2. Oh yes and this was the first storm game to introduce DLC I think. Storm 2 may or may not have had DLC costumes, dunno cant remeber. It had a bunch of costume DLC and 1 additional senaro DLC of that fantastic sasuke/itachi vs kabuto fight.

    Sound - skip

    Graphics - was defently improved in the full burst version of the game. It was much more noticable in the improved QTE boss fights which they just made them even more amazing.

    Overall this is a great game to play on the go (storm 1 and 2 were really grindy)

    Please support bandai and buy this game as someone who played the original games.
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  2. Apr 30, 2018
    10
    Always want to play this game for a long time,
    it's a great experience to be able to play this game on the go :)
  3. May 1, 2018
    10
    I personally loved these games even before this version, but making it portable version was a great move by Nintendo. Also, if you look atI personally loved these games even before this version, but making it portable version was a great move by Nintendo. Also, if you look at some retro games (for example) for the Switch, they might cost the same and in this game, you don't have one, nor two, but three great games (With great graphics) in one pack for a decent price. Expand
  4. Apr 29, 2018
    9
    This is a trilogy pack of the Ninja Storm series that will surely bring u 100+ hours of game time, do not be fooled by the Critic Reviews asThis is a trilogy pack of the Ninja Storm series that will surely bring u 100+ hours of game time, do not be fooled by the Critic Reviews as they all focus on what changed from the previous iterations and what improved (obviously nothing major) These games are not remasters by any means, but rather a compilation of 3 great titles that were on last gen consoles. These 3 titles in particular rekindles the story of Naruto (the anime) and it just works so well, I cannot understand why the Critic Review is low for such great games that people may not have experienced. Even if online isn't that populated (yet), you still have the amazing story mode to experience a whole bunch of entertainment, I promise you. For 39.99 it's definitely worth it. Expand
  5. May 6, 2018
    9
    Im a big fan of naruto and even more of the ultimate ninja storm series and now i can play it anywhere but the resolution is not 720 onIm a big fan of naruto and even more of the ultimate ninja storm series and now i can play it anywhere but the resolution is not 720 on portable mode the online its meh but i dont care for online and i hope that in the next few months they can bring the fourth title to the system until then i will keep playing the trilogy, awesome game Expand
  6. Apr 30, 2018
    8
    Naruto Shippuden" Ultimate Ninja Storm Trilogy is good on the switch. It's runs great in dock mode and handheld mode.Story is still great evenNaruto Shippuden" Ultimate Ninja Storm Trilogy is good on the switch. It's runs great in dock mode and handheld mode.Story is still great even if you played it too death on ps3 or xbox 360 and the controls are perfected but, in handheld mode for me the audio from the game not loud. I when into setting and tried to figure out whats wrong I tried different games but the audio was fine but for Naruto. Over all that's my issue if you never play Ultimate Storm I recommend getting it because who won't love playing as your favorite character from naruto on the go and it was a steal just for $40. Expand
  7. Apr 28, 2018
    8
    Wonderful addition to the Switch's ever growing roster. The game is just as good as it was on the Sony systems and is a must-buy for any animeWonderful addition to the Switch's ever growing roster. The game is just as good as it was on the Sony systems and is a must-buy for any anime fan- heck even fighting game fans will find a solid game here. Expand