Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Trilogy is Coming To The Switch
Bandai Namco has announced today that [Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Trilogy] is heading to the Nintendo Switch. The North American date has not been announced yet, however it is scheduled to be released in Europe April 26th, which means it should not be too far away for North America.
Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm Series is coming on Switch with a trilogy (Opus 1 to 3) that includes most of the DLC for each of the games!
Get ready to play Naruto while walking on water or climbing trees! pic.twitter.com/OeJO0Nw2ki
— Bandai Namco UK (@BandaiNamcoUK) March 2, 2018
Such good and yet disappointing news. The Trilogy will only be available on the Nintendo Switch eShop, no physical release is planned. So, you better go purchase another Micro SD card or start clearing space, as the Trilogy requires 39GB of space on Steam. The Trilogy will most likely have downgraded graphics, which could lessen the amount of GB Space needed. Even so, expect the worst.
See game trailer for Ninja Storm 3, the third installment to the Trilogy Below:
Read below if you I have never heard of this game series:
Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm 1,2 and 3 follows the storyline of the animated/manga series of Naruto and Naruto Shippuden. Players battle in full 3d across massive environments, where they can unleash powerful jutsu attacks on their opponents, use acrobatics maneuvers to avoid attacks and even the ability to run up walls and across water to pursue their enemies.
- Fast paced fights
- Ability to run up walls during fights “Wall-run”
- Massive rosters to choose from in vs mode
- Original Voice Over support from animated series
- Ability to switch characters during fights and the ability to change leaders
This series is most definitely worth picking up if you are a fan of fighting games. It can be found on PS4, Xbox One and Steam currently.
It is a shame that so many companies as of late are following the half digital and half physical game release trend to save money. Bandai Namco has unfortunately taken it a step further and only plans to release a digital copy of such an amazing game series.
Are you disappointed in a digital only release?