The Naruto franchise is back with a brand new experience in NARUTO TO BORUTO: SHINOBI STRIKER! This new game lets gamers battle as a team of 4 to compete against other teams online! Graphically, Shinobi Striker is also built from the ground up in a completely new graphic style. Lead your team and fight online to see who the best ninjas are!FEATURES:* 4 vs. 4 team based gameplay with 8 ninjas fighting simultaneously; play co-op with your friends to become the best ninjas online.
* Enjoy a new graphic style with more vivid colors for characters, maps and ninjutsu. * Dynamic 3rd person ninja gameplay lets players take advantage of an arena environment with vertical running and jumping. * Features favorite Naruto characters and teams from the series including Naruto, Sasuke, and Team 7.
Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker captures the essence, the speed and the personality of Naruto magnificently well. It’s deep, engaging and distinct. There’s certainly some adjustments needed for class balance, and matchmaking can indeed drag on for longer than it should, but when everything clicks into place, there’s little else that comes quite as close to the source material as this does.
Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker marks a bold new direction for Naruto games, trying to innovate the brand with a new kind of fighting game. Unluckily it falls short on its objective though, due to a lack of content and the omission of a proper story mode. However it's got some very interesting features and a fresh gameplay approach, so it's definitely worth a try buy Naruto and fighting games lovers.
Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker finally achieves its goal of catching the player, especially if you are a Naruto fan, by being a really fun video game. Its combat system, although quite simple, will always want you to execute a strategy coordinating with your team.
While having the potential to present an enjoyable competitive experience, the camera and the instability of the game makes it unworthy of the players time or money, at least for the time being.
Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker takes a risk by venturing into the online battling arena genre and it doesn’t pay off. Putting aside the technical issues for a minute, and to be fair there could be a good experience here, but even then the combat and movement is difficult to master.
The idea of developing your own ninja is a great one, but here it relies on you engaging in action that feels borderline broken at times, sucking all the fun out of the process.
Shinobi Striker could have had some decent material if the combat and camera wasn’t so clunky. The issue is that because of this mixed with the overly dull mission structure and chaotic multiplayer makes for just a bad experience overall. If only there was some redeeming quality to it, I would suggest it to maybe hardcore Naruto fans, but aside from the visuals looking pretty good, that’s all I can say. My time with Shinobi Striker was a boring, frustrating grind that I really don’t think is worth your time. Even for the hardcore Naruto fans, I would say at least wait for a major price drop.