When you can buy a video game online, pick it up at the store....and wait only a few hours to have it ready why not! I paid 20 bucks for a game that on shelves was around 50 bucks still....Over half off for doing it online...Was great!
The game is great however Walmart is terrible, I will never order anyting from them on-line again. The lost this item and luckily it was still in stock, but delivered later than promised. Their customer service is horrible. I won't even shop in their store anymore.
NSUNS2 is a great game! I don't have it, but I played a friends before. Although, I'm buying it on June 3rd, 2011;\n\nPros:\nBeautiful Scenery\nAmazing Gameplay\nVery nice Ultimate Adventure (which follows Very close to the Anime)\nOnline Battles\nOver 40 Playable Characters\nFree Battle (Single Match, and Team Match. Single Match is where It's just you and a friend alone in battle. Team Match is where you can pick up to two support characters).\nThe Boss Battles are very fun\nYou can play Ultimate Adventure as much as you wan't\n\nOf course, even a Great game, must have some flaws.\n\nCons: (not much)\nYou have less health in this game then in NUNS1 (Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm)\nYou have to do Alot of button mashing during the boss battles\nOnline Battles, people often use Deidara, who is a \"spammer\" character.\n\nWell, this is game is overall amazing, and would be 5\/5 stars for a rating. I do recommend this for a buy! Even if you hate Naruto, give this game a go, and you'll be amazed! The battles in this are even better then the Anime and Manga itself, so this game is recommended!
The fourth installment of Soul Calibur follows up with some of the best graphics and gameplay this series has to offer. Featuring cameo appearances by Star Wars icons Yoda and Darth Vader, and the newly introduced Secret Apprentice, the cast of fighters is only growing, and expanding on the fighting mechanics, making the gameplay only better.
Although it is more of the same stuff as far as the fighting system goes, thats not to say it gets dull - if anything thats a good thing. For the veterans of the series, nothing new has to be learned, other than the new Soul Crush mechanic, which can lead to extravagent Finishers, making the game more friendly to attacking rather than just defending. The Star Wars fighters have the ability to use force powers, giving them an extra edge in combat, though that can run out quickly but still regenerates through the fight. Armor can now be destroyed, leaving more areas vulnerable during a match, allowing you to exploit the other other combatant.
Character creation is almost more fun than actually playing the game, since you almost always want at least one fighter to call your own, though the fighting styles have to be based on one of the core fighters' styles - and sorry star wars fans, but you can't craft your own jedi - if you want a customized star wars character their appearance and names can't be changed, only their equipment.
Music and Graphics are as superb as they always have been - only getting better with every passing year. Fighting modes extend to having a tower ascension and descension process, expanding on the gameplay some, but not much. Online fighting is made simple, but can sometimes be susceptible to lag or traffic. Downloading content only makes the game that much better.
Aside from some adult themes, most gamers and parents will find the content quite agreeable, although some parts of certain story arcs can be a little bit outside of the grasp of younger players. However, learning how to play is not a challenge at all.
The Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm games have been notable for their high quality, unusual for a series of licensed games. The fourth game in the series has raised the bar once more, not only is it a great Naruto game, but it's just a great fighting game in general. It's the epitome of easy to learn but difficult to master gameplay. The controls are simple to pick up, and no complicated button mashing for combos. The graphics are amazing, at times it feels like you could be watching the anime itself. There does appear to be some dubbing issues, characters will move their mouths and the audio will be off, but it's nothing too major. The story mode picks up from where the second game left off and follows the story through the Five Kage Summit to the 4th great ninja war arc, though there are some changes to the story. The character availability is insane, from all the Leaf village ninja you know and love to the villains from all the major arcs and even young versions of a few of them. There are also vs. modes that offer different methods of play, from straight up battles between different characters, tournaments, survival mode, and practice. Of course, like the last two games, there is an online mode as well. In short, Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 is one of the best games I've played, and it's well worth checking out. Fans of the series will love it and non-fans can still have a blast with the game play.
I bought this to play on my windows 7 64 bit computer with ! Terabyte memory .\nI Have not been able to get it to download despite going to the help site & doing what they told me !\nForget the Phone number you will just get a recorded message and as far as getting help from tech. support ,forget it !\nA big rip off in my opinion !!