Publisher- Bandai Namco Entertainment
Release Date- 4 February 2016
Platforms– PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows
Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 highlights interactivity similar to that of past games in the arrangement, in which players fight each other in 3D fields. A returning element which was discarded since the first Ultimate Ninja Storm is the capacity to Wall Run. Players will have the option to powerfully take to fight to the sides of the fields, and fight on the dividers of each stage. A significant change to the component is the capacity to have one character be on the divider, while different remains on the field. Initially the subsequent player was naturally moved to the divider, to keep the fight streaming and the framework in line. The alternative to choose one of three diverse battling types has been expelled, which was presented in Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution, reestablishing the past arrangement of Ultimate Jutsu and Awakenings found in the remainder of the arrangement. Another new component is the capacity to trade characters during fight, like games like Marvel versus Capcom 3.
Arousals and ultimate jutsus from past games likewise return, and would now be able to be shared between the switchable characters, which means players can develop their meter with one character, change to the next and use said capacities with the other character. Notwithstanding, the characters will now all have a similar life bar. Additionally new to the establishment is the capacity to break weapons and shield, both in free fight and manager fights. To help this, they have added the capacity to make basic harm; For instance, fire can consume with extreme heat attire. Players can, be that as it may, dispose of the fire by moving around rapidly all through the territory or by getting hit with water assaults.
Everything, from the visual touches to the character interactions in and out of battle to the voiceovers, is meant to make Naruto fans happy–though the fact that there’s a fun little fighting game underneath certainly helps.
The trademark boss battles return in story mode, which brilliantly retells and captures the climax story of the fourth great ninja war. This is great because for anime fans who have had enough of filler, this game is a must play.
If you love Naruto, you’ll definitely love this game.
NARUTO SHIPPUDEN: Ultimate Ninja STORM 4 System Requirements (Minimum)
- CPU: Intel Core2 Duo, 3.0GHz – AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core 6400+ 3.2GHz
- CPU SPEED: Info
- RAM: 2 GB
- OS: Windows (64bit) 7 or higher up to date
- VIDEO CARD: 1024 MB video card
- FREE DISK SPACE: 40 GB
- DEDICATED VIDEO RAM: 1024 MB
Source- Wikipedia, YouTube