Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution has over 100 characters, playable and support. In order to unlock these characters, players must earn ryo, the currency in the ninja Storm world. Traditionally, one should play the Ninja World Tournament and Ninja Escapades story modes to earn ryo and subsequently unlock characters. However, the process might take a few hours to complete and some players may want to use the likes of Reincarnated Minato or Reanimation Resolved Madara as soon as possible in free battle. To solve that problem, players can use one of take one of two methods to get all of the characters they desire in less 30 minutes!
In short, all you will have to do is win a few dozen vs matches, which each should take about 30 seconds. From our understanding, it takes 1.7 million ryo to unlock all characters. Most players will have a Naruto Storm 3 Full Burst game save on your console, so they’ll be rewarded with some ryo from the start! The tutorial below shows how players can earn ryo quickly to get all of the characters in the game. The first method involves using Naruto in Sage Mode as an ultimate jutsu type and that will earn players around 18,580 per vs match. The second method also uses Sage Mode Naruto, but in an awakening type, and going this route will earn players around 19,720 ryo every vs match! It’s worth nothing ryo numbers might differ for you depending, on factors such as how fast you can win the match.
Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution is the latest game in Bandai Namco and CyberConnect2’s acclaimed Naruto Storm series. It will be for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC. The game will contain stories never before seen in the Naruto anime/manga, including the Creation of Akatsuki, Shisui’s back-story, and Kushina’s interaction with Minato’s and his team. In addition, there will be new combination team jutsus, over 100 playable characters, and 50 minutes of exclusive anime footage. Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution will be released for the PS3 and Xbox 360 in Japan on September 11, Europe on September 12, and North America on September 16. The PC version will make it’s way to Steam on September 16 for both Europe and North America.