It is very unlikely that these glitches will( and can) be fixed. The only thing that Bandai has guaranteed us, is DLC for characters and jutsus. Fixing a glitch, means that the developer left the game disk code able to be changed, deleted, or updated. The only thing Bandai has done to the game disk, is leave it to be updated for characters and jutsus.
I don't think that they can fix the glitch anymore, because if they were to do that they have to get every Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm game that were sold in the whole United States.
That's not true. *On the PS3 and XBox 360, it is possible to release patchwork updates. *You can update the code for a certain segment of the video game and install that update to your hard drive (if your PS3/XBox 360 is connected to the internet, you won't be allowed to play the game without installing the update). *From there on out, the code on the game disk is ignored, and they use the stuff on the hard drive instead.
Besides that, Ultimate Ninja Storm is a 3.9 GB install on your hard drive from the very first time you play it. *That means that there's 3.9 GBs of code and stuff that does *not* get read from the disk in the first place.
The real reason the glitches probably won't be fixed is because these are not game-ending glitches. *They're just inconveniences. *If they posed a real threat - like corrupting/deleting your game save, or if the glitch stopped you from being able to continue playing the game to completion... *THEN they would fix it for sure.
Ive been thinking, there is a possibility that there wont be accel 3 coz if you look that would be 6th installment and tekken has 5 installments and if you look closer bleach heat the soul has only 5 installments.... Im starting to believe that there wont be sequals for ps2... No our little shika genious tigerc25 will find a way to prove me wrong,...
Uh... *Well I think you're right. *There's probably not going to be an Accel 3 title. *I do, however, believe that there will be a sequel to Ultimate Ninja Storm. *I think that Ultimate Ninja Storm 2 will cover the shippuden arc. *You know, push forward with technology - not backward.