Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker for PlayStation 4

Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker

Aug 31, 2018
1548th of 7922

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

About this game

Developer: Soleil
Content Rating: Teen


The game is focused on multpilayer mode, therefore it doesn't offer a complex story. As the title suggests the game is set in the universe known from manga series called Naruto that combines elements of medieval Japan, fantasy and modern technologies. Players can choose from ninja warriors who have supernatural powers and then participate in fights between small groups.

Gamer Reviews

6050 Reviews
0 review
Feb 17, 2022

This game showed a lot of potential as a long-time Naruto fan. The mechanics are great and impressive. Although the game seems to be repetitive at times which is not a good thing. How I wish I could've seen more from this game such as deeper story campaign modes and more character choices.


Artistry: 10/12

Technical Merit: 6/8


Music: 10/12

Sound Effects & Vocals: 5/8


Control & Interface: 7/8

Player Agency: 6/8

Accessibility:3 /4


Feedback & Fun: 8/10

Depth: 3/5

Variety: 2/5


Narrative: 5/8

Heart: 4/6

Originality: 6/6

Aggregate Gamer Reviews

Critic Reviews

22 Reviews
Cameron TeagueSep 06, 2018
There were options out there to make the game a living, breathing, ninja brawler with some character, but those must have failed the Chuunin exam. Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker is a good start and will provide you with a good time, just don’t be surprised if you find yourself growing tired of the rinse and repeat of VR missions and PVP.
Jordan BoydSep 05, 2018
Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker will be enjoyed most by longtime fans of the series. It’s a clunky game for sure, but for some reason I found myself having a lot of fun with it. If you can gather four friends to take part in online matches or cooperative missions you’ll likely get the most ideal experience. Team composition is important and you’ll definitely have a competitive advantage if you have a good way of communicating with your teammates.
Dave AubreySep 09, 2018
There are so many things I can complain about with Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker, but ultimately, I can't help but admire the effort. It's not a cinematic experience like the Ultimate Ninja Storm games, and it won't take you through the story of Naruto or even Boruto, but when the multiplayer games work in your favour, it feels good, and unique. It's just a shame it doesn't feel good for long.

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