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The roster is massive, with over 50 characters and supports to use and unlock. A lengthy story mode makes you feel like you're in the world of the anime, helping bring the story to life. Who wouldn't enjoy re-enacting their favourite scenes from an epic 70+ volume manga? The sheer glut of special moves and strategies is almost limitless and the animations are incredibly crisp. Watching your favourite characters pull off their signature moves never gets old.
And with most modern fighting games, you can get online and exchange blows with your friends until 4am on Saturday and Sunday if you want to. As long as the Naruto craze is alive (which should be at least a few years, perhaps more depending on how well-received the new Boruto manga is received), there will always be opponents to battle and fun to be had.
The fighting system is way more fluid than the last 3 games. And Story Mode is far more dinamic and interesting.
The only downside would be how they chose to animate the cut scenes. With this sort of like frames of the anime instead of the actual scene or a 3D animated one. Looked kind of lazy.
The Boruto part is not the main thing of the game, but considering it as a DLC I guess it's alright.