CyberConnect2 Set Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution!

Most PC gamers might amid cheers today. How come? After waiting long enough, one fighting game that is quite popular among fans of anime – Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 Full Burst finally rolled into this one platform. Animo and popularity is what encourages the developer – CyberConnect 2 to exploit the franchise this one. Various improvements and innovations launched in each series, with of course enhancements that make each piece cut-scene look so cinematic. After success in the Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 is, this trend seems likely to continue into 2014. CyberConnect 2 has prepared a new Marvel Contest of Champions game.

That information is slid from the Japanese magazine – Jump the latest. CyberConnect 2 introduced a latest title – Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution is scheduled to be released in 2014. Like the previous series, this new game is also adapted as a three-dimensional fighting game that allows you to betarung in an open world, while issuing the attacks cinematic feast for the eyes. There is no clear difference in the visual quality is there, but Ultimate Ninja Revolution will contain more than 100 characters that can be used, including new characters emerging in a new manga series. Yups, Naruto and Sasuke are already in the team and get Marvel Contest of Champions game here.
Jump magazine indicates Naruto fighting game series for 2014 – Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Revolution. Bring a current roster of fighters with the tracks of his manga, Ninja Revolution still make the PS 3 and Xbox 360 as the main platform.

Year 2014? Does this mean Ninja Revolution will be released for next-gen consoles? Unfortunately no. Like the previous series, he will be focused on the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 as the main platform. There are no details whether the PC will get this series in the same release or wait as happens in Ninja Storm 3 Full Burst.

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