Demon Slayer The Game Review an amazing experience that is difficult at the edges
Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm, known in Japan as Naruto: Narutimate Tornado (NARUTO (ナルト) ナルティメットストーム, Naruto: Narutimetto Sutōmu) is the initial installment of the Ultimate Ninja Storm series, it is a combating game established by CyberConnect2 as well as released by Bandai Namco Games. The game was released for the PlayStation 3 (PS3) across The United States And Canada, Europe and also Australia in November 2008 and also in Japan on January 15, 2009. It is based upon the preferred manga and anime collection Naruto by Masashi Kishimoto, it centers on Part I where Naruto Uzumaki becomes a ninja and deals with to end up being the Hokage. This is the first installation of the Naruto: Ultimate Ninja collection on the PS3.
A follow up titled Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 2 was released in Japan, North America as well as Europe in October 2010 for the PlayStation 3 as well as Xbox 360. Two more follows up, Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 and Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 were released in 2013 and also 2016 specifically.
Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba has become one of the most popular Shonen franchises around the world, so it is not surprising to see that he is receiving his first videogame of Cyber Connect s creators, responsible for Naruto s games : Ultimate Ninja Storm. With this new entry into the world of Tanjiro and the Demon Slayer Corps, the editors are able to create an amazing experience in some aspects, at the same time that they lose control when it comes to some of the essential aspects of the game itself.
To start this review, it would be negligent if it did not extrapolate the best part of Hinokami Chronicles: the graphics. Cyber Connect devoted a lot of work to the creation of naruto series that seemed to ripped directly from the anime series, and the editor not only does it with asesy of demons, but it does with such enthusiasm that legitimately there were several occasions in which I felt It was impossible to discern the difference between what was seeing in the game and what I saw in the Ufotable animation studio. The graphics are simply magnificent, whether we are talking about scenes, battles in the game or exploration sequences around small villages and mountainous terrain, my jaw was on the ground when it came to seeing what precision the producers could create a game. That it was exactly like its source material.
Simply you can not exaggerate enough how beautiful this game is in regard to its presentation, but unfortunately, there are more than a few inconveniences with regard to gameplay. If you have played the Previous Games of Cyber Connect, you may have a good idea of what you are getting into, with a fighting game system that can be easily learned but that it can take some time to dominate it. The game itself has 18 playable characters, and although this number seems appropriate when it comes to translating the first season of the anime in a videogame, the lack of diversity was definitely highlighted when it comes to some of the game styles of different characters. For example, the aquatic style of Tanjiro also possesses him the teacher of him Sakonji Urokodaki, as well as the hunter fallen into wisdom, which makes it look like you are playing the same character with different aspects.
Like the definitive torm series, chronicles of hinokami are able to capture the intensity and energy of their characters through Ultimate Arts, which create some dazzling cut scenes for the greatest attack of each fighter. In a way, the game is almost impeded by the lack of characters that were introduced in the first season of the anime in general, despite the exuberant graphics that are shown.
Another aspect of the game that will be short for many is within its history mode, in which the players will have the opportunity to walk through Tanjiro events, Nezuko and the lives of their friends during the first days of Demon Slayer. While it is worth being able to assimilate the graphic achievements, Cyber Connect does not give players a lot to do between each of the great battles of the series, mainly relegating to find five villagers and press a X for each One in order to warn them from a demonic attack that is coming or sailing on a road without taking to collect Kimetsu points along the way. It feels tedious and that is really a pity because these sections could offer much more for the serial fanatics when it comes to fully exploring some of the entertos that were introduced in the series.
The game offers fans many appointments, profile images and other baubles to collect during their playing time, along with a series of game modes such as Versus and Training Modes to help sharpen their skills, but it seems that something is missing. From the experience that could raise the first video game of Demon Slayer good to excellent. If you are a fan of the series, or you just want to see some striking images with a fast and frantic game, you definitely take a look at this, especially if you can overlook some of the game failures on the road.
Rating: 3 of 5
DEMON SLAYER: Kimetsu No Yaiba – Chronicles of Hinokami was reviewed in a PlayStation 5 with a review code provided by the editor.