Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm Development Tales & Story Mode

Hitoshi Matsuyama, Prodcuer of Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm, spoke on the development of this PLAYSTATION 3 exclusive and it’s relationship with the anime.

The game started development six months before the PLAYSTATION 3 was released in Japan, aiming to break the barrier between the anime and video games. Breaking it enough so that someone can see an image of their game and think it is the actual anime, if not better.

The fully modeled city of Konoha in 3D was made because Naruto is a ninja who loves to skip everywhere. Thats why there are mountains and rooftops, etc. This city is where Naruto will do his game missions in the story mode.

The story mode will have 100 missions, tracing the entire history of Naruto from the beginning to the end of part one. The story mode will feature man mini-games as well such as racing through the forest or climbing a tree quickly. Oh yeah, you’ll also have to fight monster giants. Sounds cool, right?

Now the game sounds almost perfect. We just need online battles. Please?

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