Parent Reviews For Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4, Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 4

If there’s one series of licensed anime games I would recommend in a heartbeat, it’s the Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm franchise. A sequel series to the PS2 Ultimate Ninja games, Storm has graced the past couple generations of consoles since 2008, as it’s fanservice and great gameplay mixed into one. While 2016’s Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 (and its huge expansion DLC, Road to Boruto) was the grand finale of the series, it still holds up to this day. Finally out on the Nintendo Switch, Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 – Road to Boruto has a legacy as long as its title. While it does make some concessions with technical performance, the inclusion of all previous DLC (and then some!) make this a complete package worth revisiting or experiencing for the first time.

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Unfortunately, you’ll have to get used to a lot of framerate dips during cutscenes or during Adventure mode segments, but those are minor inconveniences to how solid the gameplay runs normally.

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It doesn’t look as pretty as the other versions, but it still has a great graphical style on a big screen television and looks polished on handheld. I actually prefer playing this on the go because of how quick battles can be, and the graphical compromises are less noticeable on a smaller screen. Online works well enough, and while I could only play a few matches at time of writing, the experience was solid (even though I got my butt handed to me by other players). Heck, even the size compression is a plus if you’re low on space; the PlayStation 4 version with Road to Boruto clocks in at over 40 GB, while this version reaches a little over 13 GB of space. With slashing the size in half, I was amazed at how much is retained with this version.

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