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@UbisoftSucks Wow, really? People still doing this 'console war' thing? Yawn.
@buffaloblitz85 Way to make the most of your money, friend. You're one of these people that trade in their games the day after the release date, aren't you?You need to learn to stop and smell the roses, as it were. Or go play CoD.
@mrJLJ66 @comb5 I think you need to go learn about the development pipeline of making video games, then google the word 'deadline'. Funnily enough, adding additional content takes more time than making just the base content, so while DLC could be conceived at the beginning of the design process (or from ideas or mechanics that could not implemented in the base game due to time restraints), it's separate for a reason, because the additional content could not be implemented by the release deadline. That is, of course, unless you want the release pushed back 6+ months. The definition of DLC is 'optional' for a reason. Be glad you get anything more than the minimum - and if you don't like it, don't buy it!Trust me, this is my vocation.
Oh man, that was great :'D I do love it when all the self-entitled pricks get a boot in the nuts. Let's see them made a better game or white a more balanced review. Opinions are fine, but forcing them on others deserves mockery like this - keep up the good work!
FYI: Naruto doesn't have whiskers, they're just lines on his face... think of them as multiple, symmetrical birthmarks. Also, NEVER translate characters names... Interesting maybe, but it puts the wrong idea in all the dubbed fan's heads. Finally, "Believe it!" is the worst catchphrase to ever scar television... Naruto's original "Dattebayo" that he ends some sentences with is just a quirk he has and doesn't actually translate into anything! Sasuke emo? Maybe, yes, but he has a good reason for it... you'd hardly be crapping rainbows if your brother murdered your entire family just to see if he could, eh? So, onto the games. I've been importing Japanese Naruto games for years: the Gekitou Ninja Taisen series and Narutimate Hero series (including Accel), as well as Uzumaki Ninden. I also got Rise of a Ninja game. All are good games in their own right, but be warned that the sequels do frequently enjoy porting content from previous games, so sometimes its better to just wait until the next game comes out so you get more for your money. Of the Narutimate Hero series, I'd recommend #2... although with the game in English (Ultimate Ninja) then #3 may be the best. The Gamecube games are all very much the same, so just get the latest number that is out or coming out, as they do nothing but port from previous versions. Rise of a Ninja was a good game, albeit a little short, but still work getting! I'm all for buying the English games, but only if they come with the option to have Japanese dialogue, like some of the later DargonBall Z games did. Until then, true fans should stick to *** imports!
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