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Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 – First Look At Obito Uchiha 

Naruto-Shippuden-Ultimate-Ninja-Storm-4-Obito-Uchiha-Screenshot-02Be honest; how well do you know Obito Uchiha? My guess is…not that well, which is fine because nobody knows him all that well. It’s kind of part of his charm as a bad guy. The problem with mystery is that, for the quizzical types like you and I, not knowing something about a character can be like a living hell!

A week or so ago when Bandai Namco Games revealed that a gruesome Obito Uchiha fused with the plant man Zetsu would appear as a playable character in the upcoming fighting game Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4. I found myself somewhat excited but also somewhat confused: What the hell will this guy be like to use? Will he fight like an Uchiha? Will he fight like a plant…man? I have no idea!

Bandai Namco Games have today released a handful of screenshots alongside a nice character model of the new fighter that dont necessarily divulge any real information but they do show us what he’s going to be like in the game, which is better than nothing, baby!

It’s not too difficult to see that Obito Uchiha is going to be one hell of a hard hitter in the upcoming game. He’s the series’ main bad guy by the end of the Manga’s run which surely means he’s going to be strong enough in-game to give your opponents a run for their money. This much I’m certain of!
Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 hits the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC through Steam sometime this Fall.

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2 comments on “Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 – First Look At Obito Uchiha 

  1. This has been shown in the anime um in the late 300’s I think? I recommend everyone check it out it really makes you understand the guy, also you kinda get to pity him, sorta..

  2. The Last – Naruto the Movie is a sluggish animated feature that only offers the big milestone fans have been clamoring for between Naruto and Hinata. This feels like it stretches out a thin concept and over complicates it just to make it work.

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