Taijutsu Master trophy in Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 (PS3)

Taijutsu Master

Performed a 50-hit combo.

Taijutsu Master-0.2
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How to unlock the Taijutsu Master trophy

  • Murder_of_BirdsMurder_of_Birds140,923
    12 Apr 2014 11 Jul 2015
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    For this trophy you'll have to pull of a 50-hit combo or higher during battle.

    Now this trophy can be easily earned with a buddy. Just enter VS Battle, under Free Battle Mode. Then when choosing a character pick either Neji or Hinata Hyuga as your main character. Once the match starts approach your friends and press Y then B and they will perform their 64 Palms Rotation, or 64 Palms Guard respectively, depending on who you chose.

    The results will produce a 64-hit combo!

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  • ExsphereBrawlerExsphereBrawler701,396
    02 Nov 2013 04 Nov 2013
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    There's a couple of easy ways to go about earning this trophy. The easiest is going in to a free battle with a second controller or facing an easy AI. Select "Hinata" on the left hand side of the roster (the older one) against any opponent really. At the start of the fight, dash in to your opponent and press triangle and then circle. She should surround herself with a blue sphere and a bunch of lines swirling around it. This jutsu can hit for well over what is required for the trophy if it makes contact.

    This can also be done by spamming windmill shuriken while facing the nine tails in the first boss battle of the game. This method can be annoying, but if you're feeling bold and want to knock this out during the battle feel free. You'll have to toss quite a few to rack up the hit count and in rapid succession. I'd suggest the first method, but this one works as well.
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