6 Games Like Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm [Recommendations]


Naruto has always been one of the most well received shounen series ever made. Little Naruto grew up and we watched—or read—his journey into adulthood including his becoming a ninja that would be considered legendary. Obviously, because Naruto has been such a huge success as a franchise, it was destined for video games as was released left and right on various platforms. We here at Honey’s Anime found one of the best Naruto gaming titles has to be the Ultimate Ninja Storm series. With the ability to pit some of the coolest ninjas—Naruto obviously included—in epic battles that sometimes mirror episodes of the anime/manga itself.

Now if you somehow missed our title, we’re looking at the 6 Games Like Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm today and that means we’re obviously not just focusing on Naruto but don’t fret, he may or may not appear in one of these titles. For our list of games similar to Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm, we looked for titles that were excellent fighting games and or great anime based mash ups. These titles will give you epic battles, great fighting mechanics and plenty of anime glory in either the visuals or theme. We endured many online battles—which we lost as many battles as we won—and plenty of tough story modes to craft this excellent list courtesy of us here at Honey’s Anime. Alright if you’re ready to battle, hit that down arrow and let’s rock shall we?

Similar Games to Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm

1. One Piece: Burning Blood

  • System/Platform: PS4, PS Vita, Xbox One, PC
  • Publisher: Bandai Namco Entertainment
  • Developer: Spike Chunsoft
  • Release Date: Apr 21, 2016

Get ready to enter the world of One Piece in One Piece: Burning Blood. Players will get to experience the epic narrative of the Paramount War from the popular manga/anime series. Players can choose to either relive the story, play versus mode against friends online or off and or choose an alliance in Pirate Flag Battle mode. With over 44 possible characters—some are DLC locked—and over 65 supporting characters, One Piece: Burning Blood is easily one of the biggest fighting titles from the One Piece world to ever be released. Fans get ready to enter the search for the One Piece with Luffy and his straw hat pirates in One Piece: Burning Blood.

The One Piece franchise needs very little introduction from fans of shounen anime and manga. However, never before have fans been able to get their hands on such a large scale 3D fighting game similar to One Piece: Burning Blood. Similar to Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm, One Piece: Burning Blood knows what to give fans thanks to the incredibly large roster of playable characters from the One Piece world and the visuals which mirror the greatness of the anime/manga series. We thoroughly enjoyed duking it out online or off using character such as Nami, Luffy, Zorro, Jinbe and plenty more and we know fans will love it too. With simple controls, cool visuals and loads of playable modes as well as characters, heck even those who know little of the One Piece games will find some joy in One Piece: Burning Blood.

One Piece: Burning Blood- Official Trailer (Official Trailer)

2. Persona 4 Arena Ultimax

  • System/Platform: Arcade, PS3, Xbox 360
  • Publisher: Atlus, Sega
  • Developer: Arc System Works, Atlus
  • Release Date: Nov 28. 2013

Taking place shortly after the events of Persona 4 Arena, our heroes are thrust into another fight in Persona 4 Arena Ultimax. When a strange red fog rolls over the town of Inaba, our heroes notice that they’re able to summon their Persona, a skill they can only perform in the TV world. Meanwhile several characters from Persona 3 are called to join in when Mitsuru needs to be saved after being captured by the enemy. Now both Persona users from both Persona 3 and 4 must join together to figure out what’s going on. A new tournament is about to begin but this time the stakes are even higher than before.

Persona 4 Arena Ultimax brings back the Persona fighting we loved from Persona 4 Arena and upgrades it with new characters and a brand new story. Once more, developers Arc System Works and Atlus have teamed together to create a rich fighter that keeps the beauty of the Persona RPG series in tact visually but with the amazing 2D fighting elements we’ve come to expect from Arc System Works. With 13 fighters in total—a few in the form of DLC—players will get to pit characters from both worlds to see who is the stronger Persona user. We here at Honey’s Anime really loved the new story mode and especially loved the improved mechanics and online servers which cater to any connection making fights a lot fairer. There should be no doubt in your mind if you loved Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm, then you need to play Persona 4 Arena Ultimax.

Persona 4 Arena Ultimax: E3 Trailer (Official Trailer)

3. Street Fighter V

  • System/Platform: PS4, PC
  • Publisher: Capcom
  • Developer: Capcom, Dimps
  • Release Date: Feb 16, 2016

Charlie Nash had died at the hands of M. Bison many years ago but finds himself alive again in a strange tomb. Told by a mysterious woman named Helen that Guilie—Nash’s old friend—has a tool to eliminate M. Bison once and for all, Nash heads out into the world to hopefully fulfill his revenge on M. Bison. Meanwhile, Ryu is still training to destroy the Satsui no Hadou from his being and force the evil god from his soul once and for all. However, he will find that his training has to wait as he is called by old friends to help take down the Shadaloo army once again. Allies and enemies are about to once more enter into another world wide tournament but this time the stakes are even deadlier than before. Can the warriors of justice prevail or will M. Bison finally amass his army and take over the world?

Street Fighter V is the newest entry into the ever growing Street Fighter franchise. With newer fighting mechanics such as the V-Gauge and V-Skills players will need to relearn their favorite characters to gain new mastery over their opponents. Developer Capcom once again pushes the envelope with even stronger visuals and an even more robust fighting system than any of the previous Street Fighter titles. If you love the strong visuals and fighting mechanics of the Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm series than Street Fighter V will be another great fighting game to add to your library of fighting titles. Street Fighter V does exactly what a good fighting game is supposed to do, enhance the already fine elements of the previous title and make them even better.

Street Fighter V- E3 2015 Trailer | PS4 (Official Trailer)

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4. J-Stars Victory VS+

  • System/Platform: PS4, PS3, PS Vita
  • Publisher: Bandai Namco Entertainment
  • Developer: Spike Chunsoft
  • Release Date: Mar 19, 2014

The Shounen Jump world is about to collide together in J-Stars Victory VS+. Once every 45 years, a tournament is held gathering the strongest warriors around from all dimensions. Hearing the call warriors like Luffy, Ichigo and Naruto join together with other strangers forming teams to enter into the tournament. Swords, fists and gum gum attacks are about to fly and you’ll want to be there to witness it all. The ultimate Shounen Jump experience is about to start in J-Stars Victory VS+.

Let’s face it folks we’ve all had long discussions on who would win in a fight Naruto or Luffy. Well now thanks to J-Stars Victory VS+ we can lay those long discussions to rest and let our controllers do the talking. Players will get to play as a few dozen different warriors in 3 vs 3 battles that encompass a huge portion of various Shounen Jump world. What’s even cooler is like the Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm games, J-Stars Victory VS+ looks incredible and plays just as well. Fans of the shounen series, developer Spike Chunsoft has heard your prayers and bought one of the biggest collaboration fighting games in the form of J-Stars Victory VS+.

J-Stars Victory VS.+ (Official Trailer)

5. BlazBlue: Central Fiction

  • System/Platform: Arcade, PS3, PS4, PC
  • Publisher: Arc System Works (JP), PQube (EU), Aksys Games
  • Developer: Arc System Works
  • Release Date: Nov 19, 2015

Are you ready to jump back into the world of BlazBlue? Then ready yourselves for with BlazBlue: Central Fiction. With an updated roster of fighters, BlazBlue: Central Fiction now stands at having 35 very unique and stylish fighters for players to master. Once more story mode also returns bring with it some new revelations and conclusions for fans of the series and if you’re a newcomer you can catch up with an in depth glossary. Developer Arc System Works has once more released yet another solid entry in the BlazBlue franchise with BlazBlue Central Fiction.

BlazBlue: Central Fiction brings fan of the series—us included here at Honey’s Anime—back to yet another solid 2D fighter. Like Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm’s excellent gameplay, BlazBlue: Central Fiction adds upon what already made the series so epic. The new cast of characters, new story and several advancements in the online settings have made BlazBlue even better than any of the prior entries in this long running franchise. If you’re worried that you’re going into BlazBlue: Central Fiction late into the series then let us tell you it’s never too late to enjoy this amazing 2D fighter. 2D fighting and anime inspired visual, what’s not to love about BlazBlue: Central Fiction especially if you love the Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm series.

BlazBlue: Central Fiction- Japanese Nine the Phantom Trailer (Official Trailer)

6. Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2

  • System/Platform: PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC
  • Publisher: Bandai Namco Entertainment
  • Developer: Dimps
  • Release Date: Oct 25, 2016

The Time Patrol needs your help once more in Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2! It has only been a few years since you were called to duty as a new Time Patrol warrior. With time being restored to its natural order you and the Time Patrol thought you could all finally earn some much needed rest and relaxation. However, once more something seems to be disturbing the timeline and this threat could be even worse than before. Get ready to once more enter battle in Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2.

Wrapping our 6 Games Like Naruto: Ultimate Ninja list is another excellent game based off an extremely popular shounen series called Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2. Once more players will be able to fight alongside some of their favorite Z warriors like Goku and Krillin to save the time space continuum. Whether you’re going through story mode or reliving classic battles with versus mode, Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 has improved all the mechanics making this the best entry yet in this series. With hours of gameplay, revamped fighting mechanics and even better graphics than the first entry, Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 will be a real treat to fans of the Dragon Ball world. Similarly if you’re a fan of all things shounen—like Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm—then why not try this impressive game out?

Dragon Ball XENOVERSE 2- Announcement Trailer | PS4, Xbox One, PC (Official Trailer)

Final Thoughts

Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm has released several titles out in the gaming world and while not all of them were considered amazing, most were still loved by fans of the series as well as the series. Like Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm, all of the titles above have been long running franchises with occasional hiccups but have never been hated. While the Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm series has come to a close we can only hope that soon another great Naruto game shows up and when it does you know Honey’s Anime has it covered. Till then, we hope you enjoyed this list of games like Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm. If you did the best way to show us some love is to comment down below and keep returning to our amazing site where we continue to do battle against ourselves to keep making great new articles for you to enjoy.

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Author: Aaron

Hey everyone I’m Aaron Curbelo or Blade as I’m called by my YouTube Subscribers. I’ve been an anime/manga fan since I was a young kid. In terms of anime I have watched nearly a thousand shows and have read hundreds of manga series. I love writing and honestly was so happy to join Honey’s Anime to get a shot to write articles for such a wonderful site. I’m a firm believer in respect in the anime community being the most important embodiment we should all have. We all love anime and we have varying opinions of series but we should respect one another for those differences! Life is too precious to spend it making needless arguments in a community that should be the shining example of loving an amazing medium. I hope as a writer for Honey’s Anime I can bring you folks some amazing articles to read and enjoy!

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