The character selection page for Naruto Shippūden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 is overwhelming. Which of the nearly 100 initially unlocked ninja should I choose?
For many Call of Duty players, many of the first 5 hours of play time are spent in the emblem creator.
After Masahi Kishimoto finished the Naruto manga, he began work on a spin-off with the character’s son, Boruto. But, Kishimoto has already decided what he’s thinking about next. And he hopes it will be bigger than Naruto.
We’ve seen Naruto as a hero and leader; now, in Boruto: Naruto the Movie we get to see him as a father. As it turns out, he’s pretty bad at it. That doesn’t mean this is a bad movie.
Yes, the name “Boruto” is silly. But let that slide for a moment as you watch the first full trailer for the upcoming Boruto movie.
Later this month, an exhibition to mark Naruto’s conclusion kicks off in Tokyo.
Boruto? Really? We’re really going to run with this?
There already are Naruto manga, an anime, and numerous video games. Be happy with those. Because from the looks of it, staging Naruto fights in real life is hard.
Maybe it's good! There's a big difference between looking at stills and sitting in a theater and experiencing an actual Naruto musical. But for now, let's look at photos.
Animator Henry Thurlow hails from New York. Now, he's in Tokyo, working as an animator for Studio Pierrot. Sounds like something you might want to do, no? Before you make the plunge for yourself, read this.
No live-action stage spectacle covering the first story arc of the Naruto manga series would be complete without the brave boys and girls of Team Kurenai and Team Asuma. Now where's Akamaru?
Fighting filmmakers Epic Rivals teases its upcoming live-action Naruto short film, with the most perfect Tenten and Neji ever prepare to test their might.
They're making an official Naruto musical. And now, we finally get a look at the whole cast all dressed up in their Naruto costumes—and covered in grime.
Earlier this month we learned that there was a Naruto musical on the horizon here in Japan. Today, to coincide with Jump Festa 2015, we got a first look at the main cast in costume. And I'll be darned if they don't look the part.
Good news for Naruto fans: the latest movie is hitting many major cities in the U.S. on Feburary 20th, 2015.
After five installments on the PlayStation 3 and four on the Xbox 360, the long-running Naruto Ultimate Ninja fighting series makes its PlayStation 4 and Xbox One debut in next year's Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4.
Singing ninja, what could go wrong? Well, everything, but who knows, it might be good.