Naruto: Narutimate Hero 3
Yondaime Character FAQ
This FAQ was written by Kaushal Desai
FAQ Start Date: September 16, 2006
FAQ Completion Date: September 16, 2006
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Table of Contents
a. Why Flash
b. Unlocking Flash/ Hanabi
c. Ougi Mini-games
f. Unlocking Jutsus
2) Flash in Detail
c. Battling Tips
c. THE END
a. Why Flash
Well I decided to create a faq for Yondaime: 4th Hokage because he is a great
mix of raw power and pure speed. If mastered, Yondaime can be a great asset
ensuring a victory every time. I speak English and no Japanese at all. If you
have anything to contribute to the faq or anything related, please email me at
email@example.com. I’m happy to receive feedback. This is my first
faq so be nice :P. This faq was meant for all the English speaking kids who
have had all the problems I’ve had.
b. Unlocking Flash/ Hanabi
Unlocking Flash requires the unlocking of the other 41 characters. Flash will
then appear automatically. This can easily be accomplished by using the cheat
and unlocking Hanabi, or you can do it the real way. Either way you will have
to date Hanabi. For those of you who don’t know, the cheat is: hold R1+R2 then
press Square, Triangle, Square, Triangle. Hold L1+L2 then press right, up,
right, up. Press L3+R3 at the same time. In order to unlock Hanabi, you must
buy the items from the man in the middle of RPG mode (at the start screen looks
like 4 Hokage heads). He looks like a pack mule. Then you must locate Hanabi
(she is normally near the main entrance of Konoha). You speak to her and pick
the top option. She will disappear and you must locate her in Konaha. Do this
twice (you only need to get the item once) and she will be unlocked
c. Ougi Mini-games
In order to switch, you choose a character and pick the top option, you will
then be prompted to another screen when both characters are chosen. From there
you select the bottom option, and then the top. You will see 3 choices. The
first is a random button sequence, which is the main one. The second is an
analog rotating sequence. The final one is a single button mashing sequence.
In order to be successful choose one you are good at (or one your friends can’t
do :P). The trick to the analog one is that you take your right hand and turn
it side-ways so it covers both analogs and you move up and down NOT circular.
You will easily be able to hit 15.
O - Circle - Basic attack button
/\ - Triangle – This button is used to activate your characters set ougi or
special attack. When activated your character will glow red (1 chakra bar
used), purple (2 chakra bars used), or blue (3 chakra bars used). Once
activated you must press O in order to attack and go into the mini-game mode
X – Jump, press again to double-jump, double-tap to dash towards opponent
(dashing is a great combo starter and repels shurikens).
 - Square - Throw projectile (i.e. shuriken, kunai, explosive tag).
L1/R1 - Switch between projectiles you have picked up, items in inventory.
L2/R2 - Block; press right when an opposing attack hits to perform a Kawarimi
or replication. LEARN to use this it is a valuable asset. Blocking can only be
performed before a combo has begun not during. Kawamiri can be performed
anytime, in exchange for a little chakra. You can even Kawamiri a shuriken
which will warp you behind your opponent.
D-pad – movement, press down to recharge Chakra, up to taunt left or right to
run left or right.
Kawarimi – Dealing with substitution. This is an art necessary for this game
with any character seeing as you get to dodge a combo and begin your own.
Ougi – The term that most English speaking people know as ‘special’. Ougi’s
are hard to pull off but the results are devastating. There are 3 ougi levels
which use 1,2 or 3 chakra bars, usually 3 being the strongest. Some ougis
leave you in a special state such as Naruto’s kyubi form, Neji’s byakugan
form, or Sasuke’s sharingan form. Some just leave you powered up. If the
trigger attack does not connect, no Chakra is depleted, but you can't activate
the Ougi again for a short time.
Chakra – The basic energy of your character. This is used for everything from
jutsus to ougis to kawamiris. Chakra is replenished by holding down, smashing
a character against the wall or floor and stealing it, or picking up a chakra
replenishing item from the floor (looks like a blue orb). You need to keep your
chakra high in order to keep the edge in battle.
Jutsu – These are your techniques. Each character has two that they are known
for in the show, or a combo that will deal damage. This is used by pressing
d, d, O or u, u, O. They can also be changed by selecting you character then
choosing the top option. From there you choose the top option again and switch
Dash – By pressing X twice quickly you will perform a dash. This move is
VITAL in your victory. It shortens the distance between you and your opponent
and if close enough, it will stun them. This sets you up for an aerial combo.
Most projectiles, like kunai or needles or shuriken, are also deflected while
you're dashing, making it a good idea to dash if you want to get to your
opponent quickly. Be careful, you are still vulnerable to Ougi attacks and
certain projectiles (like tags). Also if you stop short in front of the
opponent you will be attacked.
Ui Ochi - After sending an opponent flying, by a throw or combo or, in some
cases aerial attack, you move in their direction and press circle to activate
the mini-game and an animation of you hitting your opponent from behind begins.
If your opponent presses circle before you hit him it switches and he is now
the attacker. Press O before he hits you, and reverse the sequence back at
them. This keeps going and the person to get hit takes damage and is thrown.
Guard Breaker – This move can be activated for all characters by pressing
d+O, O. This will break the guard but is a slow attack. It will smash them
into the floor (causing loss of chakra), and send them up a bit. Is timed
correctly, you can begin a combo from this.
Teleport – I don’t know the technical term for this, but by pressing u+X or
d+X you will teleport to the other side of the battle field. (HINT: when on
the other screen from your opponent come back to your opponents screen and
while doing so, keep tapping O which will send you in front of the enemy with
a combo begun)
f. Unlocking Jutsus
Jutsus can be unlocked in a very simple manner. All you must do is use Sasuke
and any ougi that puts you in sharingan mode. From there you use the Jutsu and
that may result in you learning it. If not, it can’t be learned. You can also
try leveling up in rpg mode. If I am mistaken would somebody please kindly
2) FLASH IN DETAIL
(I took the names from jygting. Thanks a lot there’s no way I could have known
about it without you)
O, O, O, u+O Shuntenshoushuu
O, O, O, f+O Shakousen
O, O, O, d+O Kijinsen
O, O, O, b+O Sankousen
u+O, O Shouraisen
d+O, O Choukoukyaku
f+O, O Shunraijin
In air, u+O, O, O Kikousen
In air, d+O, O, O Kouraijin
In air, O, O, O Jinraisen
In air, b+O Shikkoudan
(Rasengan is the heart and sole of Flash’s greatness. When fully charged he
will teleport behind the opponent and unleash his attack, doing high damage
and throwing the enemy)
/\ then O Hiraishin no Jutsu
(This is Yondaime’s only ougi that he can learn. It is a lvl 2 jutsu doing
medium damage and can be used if you really feel it necessary)
Strengths / Weaknesses
- Flash is probably THE fastest character in the game with attacks that come
out in, well, a flash
- His Rasengan is amazing when fully charged as it can teleport you to the
other side of the field as well
- His chakra regeneration rate is MASSIVE, and I mean massive. You don’t know
till you’ve seen it for yourself. This provides you with a huge advantage in
being able to recover chakra in less then half the time of other characters
- His raw strength and flashy combos make his attacks hard to dodge or block.
Even a kawamiris may be fooled as Flash replaces on his own during some of the
combos which will send them right back into the attack.
- His attacks have massive range allowing you to move from one side of the
screen to the other almost instantly
- Flash only has one ougi that can be learned regardless of his level in rpg
mode. This is only a level 2 ougi which is not one of the best, or flashiest
ougis in the game
- He sometimes get out of hand in his combos and an enemy may be behind you
while you just punch at thin air for a while
- When fighting in an area with places to fall it’s hard to stop yourself and
not take some unnecessary damage.
-What you want to do is basically mash the circle button until you get the hang
of it. In reality mashing O will get you to win, and when you learn to use him
skillfully, you will just be able to win in flashier methods. There is really
no losing with this character so choose him if you think winning is for you.
c. Battling Tips
- Button mashing is key to fighting successfully with flash. You need to have
quick eyes and timing just to keep up with your own moves.
- ALWAYS try to get a fully charged rasengan out no matter what. It may seem
hard it first, but you will see you opportunities, like when you opponent is
- Stick to using your u, u+O justsu when finishing combos, rasengan only works
well when charged.
- The best ways to begin combos are by dashing or throwing a shuriken. These
will both stun the opponent for a bit leaving them open for a barrage of attaks.
- DO NOT focus on unleashing your ougi. I’ve seen it happen so many times when
someone good gets creamed by a newbie because they focus too much on 1 attack.
Change it up because once you get predictable you’re done.
- Watch out for turtlers (people who just don’t let go of block) especially
when fighting with flash. You will no even realize them blocking because of
the commotion from flash’s attacks and they may spring back out of nowhere.
Take into consideration they need great timing or a good defense (like Neji’s
Kaiten, the greatest move ever) to pull it off.
- Try to stay away from stages with gaps where you can fall and if it occurs,
then switch sides (u+X) to the side without any openings.
- A great combo with Yondaime is by starting out with u+O, O which will send
them flying. Dash towards them and hit them some more (which is a lot for
Flash). When you come down you have 1 of 2 options you can catch them as they
are coming down and do it again OR you can begin charging a rasengan, which by
the time they get up, will be attacking them.
- I’d like to thank GameFAQs for keeping the site running and CJayC for keeping
the site great
- Jygting for the translations of the justsu to japanese
- Rajbir for coming to my house repeatedly with his ps2 and naruto just so I
- Tajvir for picking itachi which motivated me to get better
- Ishan for just being some sort of comic relief and also being the first to
play with Flash
- Naveen for also letting me play naruto on his ps2
- AND above all WP (West Punjab) because that’s how we roll
c. THE END
Questions? Or comments?
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talk in more detail.