Naruto Storm Revolution: All Jutsu and Awakening Actions

Reincarnated Minato, Reanimation Resolved Madara, and Unmasked Obito – those are just three of the many characters who debut with amazing new jutsu in Naruto Storm Revolution! Players can fire these techniques of ninja skill using the Triangle + Circle (Y+B on Xbox 360) buttons while on the ground and a select few from the air! They can be fired an unlimited amount of times as long as the user has the chakra to do so and every character comes equipped with one. Those aren’t the only forms of jutsu, however, there are also awakening actions! Those jutsu take the place of support characters for a select bunch of characters and can be activated only in the awakened state. They are are noted by special icons under a character’s avatar. Of course many of you are fans of the Storm series and this is nothing new to you! What may be new are videos full of epicness! YouTube user Anime Games Online has created a video of all jutsu and awakening actions. This includes charged jutsu (when the circle button is held) and air jutsu for the select few characters in instant and true awakening modes! Grab a bag of popcorn and enjoy in all of its greatness!

There are also separate videos for air and charged jutsu, although Anime Games Online recommends watching the above for complete awesomeness!

And if you just like to see all of the characters awaken, take a look at the video below.


Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution is the latest game in Bandai Namco and CyberConnect2’s acclaimed Naruto Storm series. It will be for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC. The game will contain stories never before seen in the Naruto anime/manga, including the Creation of Akatsuki, Shisui’s back-story, and Kushina’s interaction with Minato’s and his team. In addition, there will be new combination team jutsus, over 100 playable characters, and 50 minutes of exclusive anime footage. Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution will be released for the PS3 and Xbox 360 in Japan on September 11, Europe on September 12, and North America on September 16. The PC version will make it’s way to Steam on September 16 for both Europe and North America.