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NARUTO X BORUTO NINJA VOLTAGE
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NARUTO X BORUTO NINJA VOLTAGE / NARUTO X BORUTO NINJA BORUTAGE is the english version of the Japenese game Naruto x Boruto: Ninja Borutage.
In Ninja Voltage, characters from both Boruto: Naruto Next Generations and Naruto are playable. The gameplay involves actions and strategies. Players have to build their own forts and attack any rival forts with splendid moves shown in the anime. Online co-op is also available.
#Anime #Birthday #Naruto #UchihaSasuke #Sasuke
Today we're gonna give our best wishes to Sasuke! Being the last surviving member of the Uchiha Clan, he had devoted himself so hard to the vengeance to his own brother Itachi that he led himself to make the decisions he would one day regret. I personally like the most the team formed by him, Naruto, Sakura, and Kakashi at the very beginning. The fact that Sasuke and Naruto being rivals but also best friends were touching and lovely. Anyways, wish him a happy birthday!
#Watch&Learn #A_day_in_the_world #Anime #Asteroid #Meteor #Comet #Naruto #OnePiece #OnePunchMan #YourName
Have you ever heard that when you see a shooting star, you can make a wish and it will come true? Did you ever wonder what exactly is that light streak in the sky? Since today is the anniversary of International Asteroid Day, let's take a look at the differences among the space objects we usually hear.
▲Asteroid: a small rocky object in a size smaller than planets but bigger than the thing we called a meteoroid. They mostly orbit around the sun in a region called Asteroid Belt between Mars and Jupiter.
▲Meteoroid: a smaller part that breaks off and separates from an asteroid or a comet because of its collision with the other.
▲Meteor: a meteoroid that gets too close to the Earth and enters the Atmosphere. Because they're burning in the Atmosphere, we can see the light trailing the object. This is also what we called a "shooting star".