Like chapters of the final battle in Naruto, so are the games of our lives. I have no idea what the hell that actually meant, but it’s currently easier to understand than the ongoing manga arc in that series. Another year, another Naruto game on various consoles. Except this year, PC Gamers also get to join in on some shinobi shenanigano-jutsus, much earlier.
Well polish your kunai and activate your overclocking jutsus various PC gamers, because Naruto Shippudden Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution is headed your way on September 16. Here’s the full press release from Bandai Namco:
Slated for 16th of September on PC Steam, the new game from the Ultimate Ninja Storm Series will be available in different bundles to please all our fans with tons of staggering and exceptional items available as pre-order incentives, with a special attention for the most faithful Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm series players. Discover all the amazing bundles and pre-order offers now on Steam!
If you already purchased the previous game from the Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja series on Steam, pre-order Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution and you will be granted 10 DLCs and 5€ discount! A special bundle including Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 Full Burst and Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution -and up to 10 DLCs if you pre-order- is also waiting for you if you wish to take on all the accomplished Naruto Shippuden lovers on Steam!
Those bonuses mentioned? They’re all costume DLC, which as an avid player of the Naruto games, I can confirm make not a lick of a difference whatsoever. This isn’t the first time that a Naruto game has appeared on PC, with the Full Burst edition of Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 having arrived on that console back in October of last year.
The gameplay may have fianlly gotten an update, but you can bet that the visuals are going to tax your system like an entire platoon of shinobi using Crysis-no-jutsu all at once. Believe it!
Last Updated: August 11, 2014
Alien Emperor Trevor
August 11, 2014 at 10:34
I don’t think it’ll fit on my PC, that games name is tl;dr.