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Naruto games evolution

Naruto games evolution by years

The story of a young ninja expanded to a huge franchise. Each part of it evolves steadily. Video gaming might be the fastest at this point. When it comes to Naruto games, evolution of gameplay and graphics is so noticeable. They have been published for 17 years. And have undergone major changes. Here’s a short guide.

2003-2008

2003 is a starting point. A whopping 6 releases come out. The creators use cell-shading rendering to recreate the cartoon’s animation. Many areas including the Hidden Leaf village are borrowed from the original manga and anime. Naruto: Ultimate Ninja opens the power of Jutsu – mystical martial arts. Weapons like traditional shurikens become available to use in spars. The Naruto: Rise of Ninja (2007, Ubisoft) offers a second mode (RPG) to explore Kohona.

Naruto games evolution in 2009-2013

The Bandai Namco fighting series gives rise to 2 bunches: Heroes and Storm. Every release sets the bar higher. The plot becomes more detailed. New characters join the roster. The Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 2 (2010) has an improved fighting system. Players get a chance to mix skills with allies creating epic combos. Just what is needed to confront the Akatsuki organization. In the third part of Storm (2013) the storytelling goes further. It captures the Fourth Shinobi War.

2014-2020

Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 (2016) breaks the limits again. For the first time, users could switch ninjas during combat. The number of special effects in this 3D madness just amazes. Many people unanimously called this chapter the best of all Naruto games. Evolution of controls brings new secret techniques and the option to form set-up teams. Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker continues the tale in 2 modes: PvP and PvE. This time you can complete missions with the help of a mentor. We could only guess what comes next. Most likely it’s going to be something out of this world.

 

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