Thursday, 14 January 2016

'Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4' News: Trailer Teases Bittersweet Confrontation Between Lovers

Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 

In a new trailer for "Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4," the fates of Sasuke and Sakura, and Naruto and Hinata, are in the hands of players.
The star-crossed lovers were seen battling it out in "The Last: Naruto the Movie," and it isn't surprising that Banda Namco decided to integrate the bittersweet story into the upcoming game.
The trailer first shows Naruto and Sakura fighting, but Sasuke comes to intervene — unfortunately, he didn't come to save Sakura. He came to take her down. The same is true with the next fight as Hinata intervenes between Sakura and Naruto's battle.
As fans already know, these four are supposed to be lovers (Sasuke - Sakura; Naruto - Hinata). For those who might not be aware of how "The Last" is connected to the recent trailer of the CyberConnect2-developed game, it might not be a nostalgic moment.
Forbes notes that the bittersweet element has always been present in the "Naruto" franchise, and fights between lovers should already be expected. It is even rumored that future games will probably feature a battle between Boruto and his father, to further connote the element of division between close bonds among characters.
Aside from the hot trailer, Bandai Namco also announced that the three first games in the series will be released on PlayStation 3 — a move that will definitely increase fan interest in the fourth installment.
Despite all the good news, fans should remember that the fourth game will be CyberConnect2's last with the franchise. While the previous games developed by the team have proved to be successful, the developer has decided that it's time to end the winning streak with "Naruto." Fans can then expect that future games will probably have a different approach and even a different look.
"Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4" will be released on Feb. 9 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

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