Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 - Road to Boruto for PlayStation 4

Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 - Road to Boruto

Feb 3, 2017

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This game requires the base game Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 to play.

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Developer: CyberConnect2
Content Rating: Teen


NARUTO SHIPPUDEN: Ultimate Ninja STORM 4 ROAD TO BORUTO is a battle/adventure game that completes the story of « Naruto » and introduces the new generation of Ninja especially « Boruto », Naruto’s son. In a renewed Hidden leaf Village, enjoy the story and battles with Boruto! While you do your best to pass the chuunin exam, a new threat menaces the shinobi world. The impetuous Momoshiki and his loyal servant Kinshiki drag you in a brutal battle. Will you be enough powerful to defeat them?

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Tyler TreeseMar 01, 2017
While it won’t change anyone’s thoughts about the base game, Road to Boruto is exactly what an expansion pack should be. It features a meaningful new campaign, which is fun whether or not you’ve seen the movie, several new characters, and does a good job of scratching the gaming itch for Naruto fans as otherwise there wouldn’t be a new game this year. It’s definitely worth picking up for those that enjoyed Ultimate Ninja Storm 4.
Ricardo C. EstevesFeb 06, 2017
A big slice of the content is boring and uninspired, and what's good is short and repeats much of what has already been covered previously in the saga. If you're a big fan of Naruto, this is a reasonable excuse to return to the Ultimate Ninja Storm 4, despite the price, but if you're not really feeling that urge, you might as well just stay away from Road to Boruto.
Robert RamsayFeb 03, 2017
Expansions are rare when it comes to fighting games, but Road to Boruto manages to add a reasonable chunk of content to a brawler that's already stuffed with things to do. Most of what's on offer is nothing new, but if you've been looking for an excuse to leap back into CyberConnect 2's super polished title, then this additional adventure is as good a reason as any.

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