Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 Japanese DLC Bonuses Revealed - Geek Snack

Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4, the latest entry of the series developed by CyberConnect 2 for home consoles and PC, has yet to receive a final release date for all regions but some new details on the game’s Japanese DLC bonuses have emerged online today thanks to the game’s official Japanese website.

According to the website, several DLC characters and costumes will be offered as bonuses. Among them will be the recently revealed characters Boruto, Naruto’s son, and Sarada, Sasuke’s daughter, Naruto and Sasuke from The Last movie as well as DLC costumes for Kakashi, Hinata and Sakura. It’s not yet known if these DLC will also be available as bonuses in the West but we should learn more about the matter soon.

Last week Shonen Jump magazine has confirmed not only that Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 will feature the already mentioned characters Boruto and Sarada as playable characters but also that they will be able to use their own unique combination jutsu. The magazine also confirmed that Kaguya Otsutsuki, the mother of the Sage of the Six Paths, will also be included in the game.

Last week another Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 gameplay video has also surfaced online. The video, which has been shared by the Naruto Videogames Facebook page, showcases the game’s combat system, with CyberConnect 2’s Hiroshi Matsuyama revealing some extra details. The video is a really interesting watch for all those who are anticipating the game so make sure not to miss it.

Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 will be released on a yet to be confirmed Autumn 2015 release date on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC in all regions. Despite lacking a final release date, some retailers have started listing the game’s Day One Edition as well as Limited and Collector’s Editions, which will supposedly include DLC packs and extra goodies that won’t be available in the regular edition of the game. As the listings have been removed a few hours after going live, we still don’t know for certain if these special editions will be released or not.

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In Japan, Purchasing 'Naruto Shippuden: Ninja Storm 4' Will Give You These ... - Design & Trend

(Photo : V-Jump/Saiyan Island) The latest issue of V-Jump magazine has confirmed a new playable character for “Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4”. Eight Gates Might Guy has been confirmed for the game and the magazine even showcased the character in action.

People who purchase first-print copies of "Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4" in Japan will receive four new playable characters. Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 already includes the biggest roster out of any Naruto game and now it will also include characters from the next generation.

Enter Boruto Uzumaki, Sarada Uchiha and Naruto and Sasuke from "The Last" Naruto the Movie." The characters were unveiled in the latest issue of "Jump Magazine."

Buyers will also get three new costumes from The Last: Naruto the Movie for Kakashi (Sixth Hokage costume), Sakura and Hinata.

There will be four playable variations of Madara Uchiha in the game: Living Madara, Reanimated Madara, Jinchuriki Madara and Rikudo Madara. Obito will also have multiple variations: regular Obito, Tobi-Zetsu-Obito, young Obito, Tobi, and Jinchuriki Obito.

Hanabi Hyuga is also confirmed to be a playable character.

"Now, because Hanabi was in The Last: Naruto the Movie and Kishimoto-Sensei presented her characteristics and what she is like in the movie," said CEO of CyberConnect2, Hiroshi Matsuyama in an interview.

News regarding the game includes details of in-game battle, such as the Tailed-Beasts role in the game. Also, teams will share life bars so that there is a balance of power.

"Since some players will have a two person team and others a three man cell, we wanted to balance this by only having one life gauge between all characters. If you activate Awakening mode that stays active when you switch leader characters too. It's possible to have a Tailed Beast Ball combo attack where Shukaku attacks first then Kurama can come out right away," said Matsuyama.

According to retail website game.co.uk, the game is likely to release on September 2015. The exact date is unknown but it does correlate with the previous released of Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm games. Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution, Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm 1 and Ninja Storm 2 also came out early in the fall.

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Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 New Characters Confirmed – Boruto ... - Geek Snack

Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4, the new entry of the series developed by CyberConnect 2 launching later this year in all regions on consoles and PC, is going to feature a huge playable roster including characters that have appeared in previous entries and some brand new ones.

This week’s issue of Shonen Jump magazine has confirmed three new characters that will be included in the game: Boruto, Naruto’s son, Sarada, Sasuke’s daughter, and Kaguya Otsutsuki, the mother of the Sage of the Six Paths. Shonen Jump has also confirmed that Boruto and Sarada will coming with their own combination jutsu. You can learn more about the new characters and more by checking out a translated scan shared by Shonengamez.

Two days ago a new Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 screenshot has surfaced online, showcasing the character Eight Gates Might Guy. The character has been originally confirmed last week by the Japanese magazine V-Jump, which also revealed the names of Rikudo Madara’s ultimate jutsu and regilar jutsu.

Last week Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 has received plenty of new material thanks to the E3 2015. Not only an official new trailer has been made available but also a few off-screen gameplay videos have surfaced online, showcasing some of the new features included in the new game by CyberConnect 2.

Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 will be released on a yet to be confirmed Autumn 2015 release date on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC in all regions. Despite lacking a final release date, some retailers have started listing the game’s Day One Edition as well as Limited and Collector’s Editions, which will supposedly include DLC packs and extra goodies that won’t be available in the regular edition of the game. As the listings have been removed a few hours after going live, we still don’t know for certain if these special editions will be released or not.

Thanks, Shonengamez

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Boruto: Naruto the Movie's Full Trailer Reveals New Ninja & Foe - Anime News Network

The offical website for Boruto -Naruto the Movie- began streaming the first full trailer and the second teaser trailer on Wednesday. The trailers feature the new generation of ninja â€" in particular, Boruto with his teammates Sarada (controlling a Sharingan) and Mitsuki as disciples of Sasuke for the ChÅ«nin Exams. They also show Momoshiki, the mysterious man who launches a surprise attack on the Hidden Leaf Village. The trailers feature the theme song "Diver" by the rock band KANA-BOON.

Narrator: In the place where leaves dance, the fire still burns. The fire casts shadows over the village, and the leaves bud once more.
Boruto: Shadow Clone Technique!
Sasuke: So, you're Naruto's son?
Boruto: Take me as your student! I'll defeat my dad!
Text: The Chūnin Exams start!
Sarada: Boruto, you idiot. It's me who's going to become the Hokage!
Text: A new generation fights.
Boruto: I've never wanted to be the Hokage. If you were going to become this kind of parent, then you should've said so from the start!
Text: Danger comes to the village.
Naruto: Sasuke, I entrust him to you.
Text: An inherited resolve...
Text: Theme Song: "Diver" by KANA-BOON (Ki/oon Music)
Boruto: Isn't there an easier way to get it?!
Sasuke: Naruto could do it.
Boruto: Why do you worry so much about me?
Sasuke: You're more blockheaded than him. And also...
Naruto: You've done well. I've been able to watch over you as you grow.
Boruto: Useless old man.
Text: Chief Production Supervisor: Masashi Kishimoto
Man: You can't run from us.
Text: A great masterpiece from the original creator.
Naruto: The times may change, but the essence of being a ninja hasn't.
Sasuke: I believe that.
Boruto: How much does it take to go this far?
Sasuke: You're my student.
Boruto: And my son.
Sasuke and Naruto: Go, Boruto!
Text: The young child (Boruto)...
Text: Will go beyond...
Text: The legend (Naruto).
Boruto: Just watch me, you useless old man!
Naruto and Sasuke: Boruto -Naruto the Movie-
Boruto: I'm not gonna lose!
Text: "I can't draw anything better than this!" - Masashi Kishimoto
Text: August 7 (Friday)
Text: The strongest present in the history of Jump movies!
Naruto: When you watch the film, you'll get a special manga and a full-color version of the last chapter!

Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump magazine gave a tagline for the film, "The curtain rises on the legend that will surpass all!!" The tagline in the visual above is, "Go beyond the legend. Take the reins of the new era."

Weekly Shonen Jump describes the story of the new film as follows (Note: the below summary contains spoilers for those who have not finished reading the manga):

Boruto is the son of the seventh Hokage Naruto who completely rejects his father. Behind this, he has feelings of wanting to surpass Naruto, who is respected as a hero. He ends up meeting his father's friend Sasuke, and requests to become... his apprentice!? The curtain rises on the story of the new generation written by Masashi Kishimoto!

Yuko Sanpei is playing Boruto (pictured top left in image below) and Kokoro Kikuchi is playing Sarada (pictured top right). Junko Takeuchi is returning to play Naruto Uzumaki, and Noriaki Sugiyama is returning to play Sasuke Uchiha.

Ryūichi Kijima plays Mitsuki. Atsushi Abe plays Inojin Yamanaka, the son of Sai and Ino. Saori Hayami plays Himawari Uzumaki, the daughter of Naruto and Hinata. Hiroki Yasumoto plays Kinshiki, the obedient subordinate of the mysterious man Momoshiki.

Kensho Ono plays Shikadai Nara, the son of Shikamaru Nara and Temari, and Daisuke Namikawa plays Momoshiki.

Original Naruto manga creator Masashi Kishimoto is credited with the original story, script, and character designs, as well as the chief production supervisor, for the film. Hiroyuki Yamashita (Naruto Shippūden episode director, Road to Ninja: Naruto the Movie animation director) is directing the film, and Ukyō Kodachi (Chaos Dragon, Neppu Kairiku Bushi Road) is collaborating with Kishimoto on the script.

The rock band KANA-BOON is contributing their "Diver" song as the theme song, after contributing their "Silhouette" single as the opening theme of the Naruto Shippūden television anime

The film will open in Japanese theaters on August 7, and tickets will go on sale on June 27. Theatergoers will be able to choose one of two fans designed by Masashi Kishimoto as a special gift. The "Uzumaki Version" will feature Naruto and Boruto and the "Uchiha Version" will feature Sasuke and Sarada. The fans are limited to 100,000 units.

People who watch Boruto -Naruto the Movie- in theaters throughout Japan in August will receive 2 million copies of an official book â€" one with a brand-new one-shot manga by original manga creator Masashi Kishimoto. The Naruto Hiden Zai no Sho Official Movie Book's title indicates that the book is a spinoff of the Naruto: The Official Character Data Book series.

The book will debut the manga short "Naruto ga Hokage ni Natta Hi" (The Day Naruto Became the Hokage) that Kishimoto personally drew. The story episode did not appear in the main Naruto manga's original run. The book will also include the main manga series' 700th and final chapter in full color.

Source: Comic Natalie

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'Boruto: Naruto the Movie': Six Additional Cast Members Revealed; Movie Slated ... - Venture Capital Post

The highly anticipated "Boruto: Naruto the Movie" is already nearing its August 7 premiere. With a little more than a month before it hits the big screen, a few of its cast members have been revealed, including  Ryūichi Kijima, Atsushi Abe, Saori Hayami, Kensho Ono, Daisuke Namikawa, and Hiroki Yasumoto.

Following the revelation of its official poster last week, additional details regarding the cast of "Boruto: Naruto the Movie" have been unveiled recently. Six more members have been added to its list of cast including Ryuichi Kijima who, according to Anime News Network, is playing the character of Boruto and Sarada's ninja ally, Mitsuki; Atsushi Abe as Sai and Ino's son, Inojin Yamanaka; and Saori Hayami as Naruto and Hinata's daughter, Himawari Uzumaki.

Joining them are Hiroki Yasumoto as Kinshiki, the obedient subordinate of the mysterious man Momoshiki;  Kensho Ono as Shikadai Nara, the son of Shikamaru and Temari; and Daisuke Namikawa as Momoshiki, the mysterious man who launched a surprise attack on the Hidden Leaf Village.

The mentioned newbies will be joining Yuko Senpai as Boruto, Kokoro Kikuchi as Sarada with returnees Junko Takeuchi as Naruto Uzumaki, and Noriaki Sugiyama as Sasuke Uchiha, as previously reported.

Meanwhile, a cover art was shared by Weekly Shonen Jump which features a new tagline for the upcoming movie.  As per iDigital Times's report, the text in the new visual reads "The curtain rises on the legend that will surpass all!!" while the second one says "Transcend the legend. Take the reins of the new era."

"Boruto: Naruto the Movie" will follow Naruto's son, Boruto and his action-packed journey in surpassing his father's deeds. The series' creator and film's chief production officer, Masashi Kishimoto, has reportedly handled the sequel's original story, character designs and script which he collaborated with Ukyo Kodachi of "Chaos Dragon" and "Neppu Kairiku Bushi Road" for the completion of the script.

Directed by Hiroyuki Yamashita, "Naruto Shippuden" episode and "Road to Ninja: Naruto the Movie" helmer, "Boruto: Naruto the Movie" is slated to hit Japanese theaters on August 7. The movie will also make its way to non-Japanese cinemas later this year.

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Comics AM | 'Boruto: Naruto the Movie' viewers to get manga one-shot - Comic Book Resources

"Boruto: Naruto the Movie" art by Masashi Kishimoto

Boruto: Naruto the Movie

Manga | A special treat awaits moviegoers who see Boruto: Naruto the Movie in Japanese theaters in August: A special Naruto book that includes both the final chapter of the original Naruto manga and a new one-shot story by Naruto creator Masashi Kishimoto. [Anime News Network]

Creators | Sophie Campbell discusses working on Jem and the Holograms and the reactions she received earlier this year after coming out as trans: “I didn’t know how people would react, my family in particular of course, and I was worried about being fired from Jem because I was scared that IDW or Hasbro would feel like this wasn’t what they signed up for… It’s only been a couple months, but so far it’s been the opposite of what I was expecting. My family has been super great even though it’s tough for them, and as far as work goes, I’ve actually gotten more offers than I’ve ever had, and my publishers have been more than amazing.” [The Advocate]

Publishing | British small-press creators and micropublishers talk about the importance of online sales to their work and income stream. [Broken Frontier]

The Third Witch

The Third Witch

Creators | Writer Maighread Scott talks discusses her new series The Third Witch, a retelling of Macbeth from the witches’ point of view. [The Mary Sue]

Creators | Mariko Tamaki and Irene Koh discuss their Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles spinoff, Casey and April. [Women Write About Comics]

Creators | Jim Higgins spotlights the late local artist Vernon Grant, creator of The Adventures of Point-Man Palmer, stories of an army private (Grant served in Vietnam) influenced by both underground comics and manga. He also drew cartoons for the military newspaper Stars and Stripes, which distributed some of his self-published graphic novels. [Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel]

Comic strips | Ben Schwartz celebrates Father’s Day with a history of Gasoline Alley, starting out with Chris Ware’s discovery of the strip in the 1980s, before it was collected and reprinted. [The New Yorker]

From "Batman and Robin"

From “Batman and Robin”

Comics | Zainab Akhtar discusses Frank Quitely’s sound effects in Batman and Robin: Batman Reborn. [Comics & Cola]

Conventions | This article on Stan Lee’s appearance over the weekend at HeroesCon leads with an 8-year-old fan cosplaying as the 92-year-old Lee. “He told me the same thing he told the fake Stan Lee at the 2011 Comic-Con: ‘You look more like me than I do,’” said the cosplayer, Isaiah McFarland. [WBTV]

Conventions | Thousands of fans were expected this weekend at Smallville Comic Con, held in Hutchinson, Kansas, a place very like Superman’s birthplace. [KAKE]

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