Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 Full Burst For PC/Steam On Sale For $20

By Spencer . May 4, 2014 . 11:44pm


Bandai Namco Games is selling Steam keys for Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 Full Burst at half price. You can get CyberConnect2’s fighting game for $19.97.

Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 Full Burst is an expanded version of the fighting game with a complete set of costumes, 100 extra missions, and a Sage Mode Kabuto as a playable character. Just like the console versions, this supports online play.

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  • Hol Horse

    When JoJo (All Star Battle or the HD Ver. by Capcom…ye, whatever, it’s still something) to Steam ;_;

    • mujokujeafataotkiva

      Capcom dont own the licence anymore, and Allstar Battle is a PS3 exclusive.

  • Bobby Jennings

    I’d advise people to jump on this. The mods are really great!

  • Shame that it’s only 20.

    I got it when it was 10 back a couple months ago.

  • Tu’Ron Wolf Jamison

    Umm…. how do we hop on the sale?

    Still says $40 for me right now on the site, and on Steam as well. Q_Q

  • Man it would go on sale now when I’m broke from mothers day

  • JMaster3000

    The game is a hit and miss on PCs, i hit the minimum requirements and still can’t run the game normal. Optimization 0%

    • DaiRaiOh

      Just turn off the Supersampling. Without it, the game is very low requirement overall

      • JMaster3000

        Is it off its just the game.

        • DaiRaiOh

          Might just be your comp. I’ve seen the game run well on pieces of crap that were by all means below minimum requirements, as minimum requirements don’t really mean anything at all.

          • JMaster3000

            Intel Pentium G630
            Nvidia GT630
            and 4 GB RAM

            I’m fine with all other games but Naruto just pushes my PC to the edge.

          • DaiRaiOh

            And that’s for you to figure out why your full comp layout doesn’t work for it. If it can run well on a 6 year old computer that wasn’t exactly state of the art 6 years ago as I’ve seen, then it can run on a lot. It’s not the game’s fault here

          • JMaster3000

            Trust me, i know how much my PC can handle even if its ” low specs “.
            Sonic Generations, Crysis 2, Sonic Transformed, Dark Souls 2 and even Dark Souls 1 which optimization was so bad ran better than Naruto.

          • DaiRaiOh

            Considering you’re bringing up optimization which has nothing to do with basic low end performance, I’m going to guess you don’t really know what you’re talking about with computers. More so considering you brought up games with pretty low low-end requirements.

          • JMaster3000

            Idk where this chat is going right now but the thing that i know is that the game’s optimization is bad.
            New and old PC are having issues with the game. There’s no reason that the game works full speed (30 FPS) with artifacts on 1152×864 resolution and on 640×480 or any other resolution its slow slowmo-ish with 20 FPS or lesser.

            And i fixed my issue by setting the resolution to 1152×864 and using Dxtory/Bandicam to force the FPS to 29 and that’s ridiculous.

            Its not cause of my rig, its cause of the optimization.

          • DaiRaiOh

            Again, you’re using the word optimization wrong. This is why I think you have no idea what you’re talking about aside from how wrong much of what you’re saying is.

          • JMaster3000

            *rollseyes* Ok

          • Jiff

            Not to be that guy, but optimization is the process of making the product work well on anything Old and New so that it reaches a broader audience.

            Optimization is not the process of a game being easily executed on a computer. It just means it works on A LOT of computers.

  • Göran Isacson

    Aw, seems like this no logner applies. It’s back to 40 USD when I click on it.

    • Riki D’Arby Oh

      yeah, seems like it was only during the weekend.

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