PSP Homebrew: Naruto Ultimate Ninja Battle - Are you a PSP hacker and a fan of Naruto? Check out this updated version of Shaplayer's Naruto Ultimate Ninja Battle!
If you're a Naruto fanatic, chances are you've probably played one of the many console releases related to the franchise. Like those ones, this particular homebrew effort is all about pitting two of the thirty-six possible characters against one another in the heat of battle. Both the animations and control scheme are quite simplistic, but the new story mode and updated sprites make this game well worth the free download. Check out a piece of the readme below!
Use the D-Pad or Analog-Stick to move!
Press X to jump!
Press D-Pad UP (by special Characters and when the chakra is full!) to summone a
Press Square to make a Normal Attack!
Press Circle to make a Strong Attack!
Press Triangle to make a Heavy Attack!
Press L-Trigger to charge your Chakra!
Press R-Trigger to make a Special-Jutsu-Attack!
Press START to use the Pause-Menu!
[FIX] Fixed the Jiraiya-Story-Bug!
[NEW] Added STORY-MODE!(NOTE: Only in Story Mode):
--[NEW] Added FIGHT1 and FIGHT2!
--[NEW] Added New Fighting Ground: Kabutos Cave!
--[NEW] Added Edo Tensei Itachi!
[NEW] Added Game Controls Explanation at the Beginning!
[NEW] Aded New Menu!
[NEW] Added a new Minato!
[NEW] Added Arena-Selection!(in VS CPU-MODE!)
[FIX] Fixed and Improved nearly EVERY Character Graphic!(not Animation!)
[FIX] Many Changes&Bug Fixes!
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