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'Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution' Kushina
'Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution' Kushina
Photo courtesy of Bandai Namco Games, used with permission

"Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution" is featured in another Japanese magazine. According to a report from Saiyan Island on May 20, a first look was provided from the online versus screen of the fighting game. The menu shows off the cards of the two characters that will be dueling in the multiplayer mode.

The same magazine also offered another look at Kushina and Shisui. Both fighters are making their debuts in the series with the upcoming multiplatform video game. CyberConnect2 will also add several story chapters that are exclusive to the software product. Kushina's plot is going to focus on her early days with Kakashi, Minato, Obito and Rin. Shisui's side of the story will show his past transgressions with Itachi.

Along with Kushina and Shisui, players will also be able to control Mecha Naruto and the Akatsuki clan in "Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution." In addition to the returning fighters from the previous installments, the roster has been expanded to over 100 individuals in the sequel. You can find a screen featuring the aforementioned Kushina from the official Twitter page of the series with the photo attached near the top side of this article.

Some new elements are also going to be added with a new tournament mode which will have players fighting on an island. To win, the player has to outcompete three other participants and collect the most orbs. The gameplay has also been updated with new additions to cater more to the hardcore fighting community.

CyberConnect2 should be able to complete the development of "Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution" in time for the planned Sept. launch on the PC, PS3 and Xbox 360. The computer version is also going to take advantage of the various features offered by the Steam service. However, the same title won't be arriving on the PS4 and Xbox One next-generation systems although both platforms came out late last year.