I’ve been reading the BORUTO: NARUTO NEXT GENERATIONS manga at an on and off basis, jumping in once a few chapters starts rolling out. And what I’ve learned from my time reading the manga is that one, I force myself to read this manga, and two, why is Naruto portrayed at such a weaker state?
Now, initially I didn’t plan on reading nor reviewing the new Chapter for BORUTO: NARUTO NEXT GENERATIONS CHAPTER 31 just yet as I wanted to binge read it as more came along, however this chapter was particularly interesting in the sense that Delta actually beat Naruto to death…or did she?
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I’ve been following Shinobi Striker for a long while now, constantly defending and more importantly, criticizing the game throughout it’s development cycle. Heck, I even pre-ordered the game because I’m a huge fan of the Naruto series. I hoped that I’d be proven wrong once the game releases, but after carefully looking at the game, thanks to those who got it early, and how every time I played the game I’d get bored quite quickly, I made the choice to cancel my pre-order and keep my money.
If there’s one theme that’s clear as day when watching Boruto: Naruto Next Generation, it’s that Naruto became an workaholic. And as a fan who has watch this man grow up from an annoying brat to the seventh Hokage, only to see him in the state that he’s in, it’s kinda depressing. It also got me thinking that maybe his compulsively tendency to overwork could possibly have given Kawaki the chance he needed to take out or worse…kill Naruto.
I generally don’t like to talk about these live adaption of anime as they generally tend to flop, but maybe things might be looking promising with Director Michael Gracey’s Naruto anime adaptation.
If you’re like me and enjoyed playing the closed beta for Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Strikers, well then you’re in luck. There’s going to be an open beta this coming Friday.
There’s a new Naruto game on the horizon and its called Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker. An four-man multiplayer battles with support for up to eight players online….
Like many of us who’ve watched the movie, we’ve made a conscious decision to skip first few chapters of the manga until it starts showing us some new materials, well in chapter 7 of Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Manga, we might actually have gotten some new information that gives us a glimpse of what is to come….