Brawl Legends: Ultimate Ninja Evolution (乱闘の伝説:ナルティメット進化 Rantō Densetsu: Narutimetto Shinka in Japan) is the hypothetical video game adaptation of the Brawl Legends manga retcon. It would be released for PlayStation 4, Vita, Nintendo 3DS, and Wii U.

Brawl Legends: Ultimate Ninja Revolution


Brawl Legends


PlayStation 4
PlayStation Vita
Xbox One
Xbox 360
Nintendo Wii U
Nintendo 3DS






The three versions cover the entire story of the Brawl Legends retcon. Each version also includes story arcs exclusive to PlayStation, Xbox, or Nintendo.

PlayStation Chapters

  • Rise of a Ninja
  • A Malevolent Energy
  • Chronicles of the Fallen
  • Arrival in Karakura
  • The All-Stars Saga
  • The New Hokage
  • Shinobi Chronicles
  • The New Akatsuki
  • The Masked Man Attacks
  • Road to Boruto: The Genjutsu World
  • Naruto Legends
  • Prologue to The Crossover Game

Xbox Chapters

  • Rise of a Ninja
  • A Malevolent Energy
  • Chronicles of the Fallen
  • Arrival in Karakura
  • The Microsoft Saga
  • The New Hokage
  • Shinobi Chronicles
  • The New Akatsuki
  • The Masked Man Attacks
  • Road to Boruto: The Genjutsu World
  • Naruto Legends
  • Prologue to The Crossover Game

Nintendo Chapters

  • Rise of a Ninja
  • A Malevolent Energy
  • Chronicles of the Fallen
  • Arrival in Karakura
  • The Smash Bros. Saga
  • The New Hokage
  • Shinobi Chronicles
  • The New Akatsuki
  • The Masked Man Attacks
  • Road to Boruto: The Genjutsu World
  • Naruto Legends
  • Prologue to The Crossover Game


Fighting takes place in a 2.5D plane, similar to the classic Ultimate Ninja series. Up to four players can be in a match at once. Players can also choose a support character, and can freely switch out with their support character at any time during battle. In 1v1 matches, players can have up to two support characters. Each character receives three Ultimates that they can use in battle. A standard Ultimate, a Reverse Ultimate, and an Awakened Ultimate. As with the Narutimate Accel series, Reverse Ultimates may range from Ultimates that transform players into their Awakened form, or act as an Awakening themselves, such as in the case of Sasuke Uchiha's Susano'o. Every Awakening has an Ultimate, including those that are only accessed via a Reverse Ultimate. Some characters can Awaken imediately by taunting, such as Kakashi Hatake, though these Awakening types are mere status changes. They may change the character's Ultimate, but they do not change their moveset much. All other characters Awaken through their Reverse Ultimate. Awakenings such as Susano'o or the complete Kurama form are temporary, as they will fade after a time limit. However, Awakenings such as Lee's Sage Mode: Susano'o Armor or Naruto's Kurama Chakra Mode are permanent, and will last the remainder of the match. As such, Awakenings of this type are selectable before battle as their own characters.

A new feature to any Ultimate Ninja game is the introduction of Team Awakenings. Not to be confused with the similarly-named mechanic from Ultimate Ninja Storm 4, this feature will activate when two compatible characers are on the same team and initiate their Reverse Ultimate. For example, if Naruto and Sasuke are on the same team, they will both awaken to a Susano'o-clad Armored Kurama form, instead of Kurama and Susano'o individually. Another example would be the Crescent Brothers, who possess the ability to fuse with each other, becoming Nerudo, rather than Golden Nero and Silver Hirudo.

Like Ultimate Ninja Storm 4, the game would also feature an Armor Break mechanic, where characters will suffer noticeable battle damage, such as burns, torn clothing, and bleeding wounds. Additionally, in the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of the game, characters react to Ultimates differently, meaning that no two characters share the same animation when hit by an Ultimate. However, in the Wii U, 3DS, Xbox 360, and Vita versions, this feature is not present due to the hardware limitations of those systems.

Movesets are performed in the same manner as the Ultimate Ninja Storm series, despite the game using the gameplay set-up from the classic Ultimate Ninja series. However, a key new feature has been added to the moveset formular. A system's D-Pad is now featured as the character's "Ability Selection". WIth most characters, this allows them to use their respective projectiles or ninja tools, although some characters have a special power. For example, Kaguya can use her Ability Selection to change the dimensions of the stage itself. Likewise, the console exclusive guest fighters can also do something unique. Delsin Rowe, from PlayStation, can use his Abilities to change the element of his powers, rotating between Smoke, Neon, Video, and Concrete, and Jak can use his to change gun mods. Mario, from Nintendo, can use his to cycle between his Power-Ups, including Fire Flower, Super Mushroom, Hammer, and Starman, while Vincent and Zinnia use theirs to change Pokemon. Additionally, most characters can now perform two to four Jutsu/Special Attacks, instead of only one. Replacing Chakra Shuriken from Storm is a second Jutsu feature. Players that press "Chakra Load" + "Jutsu or Shuriken" will perform a standard Jutsu/Special Attack. Additionally, they can perform another Jutsu or Special Attack by pressing the attack button twice in quick succession.


Some characters are exclusive to only certain consoles, while others appear on every console. Characters now have variations, which are alternate movesets or characters that share the same slot.

Ze Vita Roster

All Versions:

Character Variations Awakenings
Lee Hatake (Teen) Jonin
Dark Influence
  • Sharingan (Dark Influence)
  • Mangekyo Sharingan (Jonin)
  • Susano'o (Anbu)
  • Soul Embrace (Game)
Lee Hatake (Adult) Jonin
  • Susano'o (Jonin)
  • Sage Mode: Susano'o Armor (Hokage)
  • Fusion: Netake (With Nero as teammate)
Lee Hatake (Fallen) Fallen Lee
Raizo Uchiha
  • Nine-Tailed Susano'o (Fallen Lee)
  • Sage Mode Susano'o Armor (Raizo)
Rig Hyuga (Teen) Chunin
Rig Ryujinki
  • Byakugan (Hyuga)
  • Sensory Mode (Ryujinki)
Rig Hyuga (Adult) Jonin
Dark Rig
  • Byakugan (Jonin)
  • Blizzard Armor (Mizukage)
Jon Kurosaki (Teen) Manga
  • Demon Hachi
Jon Kurosaki (Adult) Jonin
Dark Jon
  • Hachiro's Armor (Jonin)
  • Demon Hachi (Dark)
Naruto Uzumaki Jonin
Edo Tensei
  • Sage Mode
  • Nine-Tailed Cloak
Naruto Uzumaki (Canon) N/A
  • Six Paths Kurama Link Mode
  • Kurama
  • Susano'o Armored Kurama (With Sasuke as teammate)
Kakashi Hatake Jonin
  • Double Mangekyo Sharingan (Jonin)
  • Mangekyo Sharingan (Hokage)
Rayne Sabakuto N/A
  • Wind Nature Mode 
Rayne Hatake N/A
  • Sandstorm Armor
Akari Kurosaki Akari Inoue
Akari Kurosaki
  • Spirit Armor
Nero Crescent Nero Crescent
Jenova Crescent
  • Golden Nero 
  • Fusion: Netake (with Lee Hatake as teammate)
  • Fusion: Nerudo (with Hirudo as teammate)
Hirudo Crescent Alive
  • Silver Hirudo
  • Fusion: Nerudo (with Nero as teammate)
Kane N/A
  • Nightmare Spine
Raiden N/A
  • Shakugan
Draco Tenshi N/A
  • Demon Form
The Fallen Prime N/A
  • Collective Senjutsu Mode
  • Collaborative Jinchuriki Form
Madara Uchiha Young
Brawl Legends
Edo Tensei
  • Summoning: Susano'o Armor Nine-Tailed Fox (Young)
  • Mangekyo Sharingan (BL)
  • Full-Body Susano'o (Edo Tensei)
Sasuke Uchiha Konoha
Edo Tensei
  • Curse Mark Enhanced Susano'o (Konoha)
  • Full Body Curse Mark Enhanced Susano'o (Edo Tensei)
Sasuke Uchiha (Canon) N/S
  • Full Body Susano'o
  • Susano'o Armor Kurama (With Naruto as teammate)
Itachi Uchiha Reanimation
  • Susano'o
Minato Uzumaki Jonin
  • Nine-Tails Sage Mode
  • Creation Rebirth Nine-Tailed Chakra Mode 
Minato Uzumaki (Young) Genin
  • Nine-Tailed Chakra 
Hikari Sarutobi Jonin
  • Byakugan
Jin Hatake N/A
  • Chaotic Sharingan Mode
  • Shukaku
Aoi Hatake N/A
  • Serene Sharingan Mode
Ichiro Kurosaki N/A
  • Lightning Armor
Boruto Uzumaki Canon
Brawl Legends
  • Byakugan (Canon)
  • Tenseigan Sage Mode (BL)
Sarada Uchiha Canon
Brawl Legends
  • Sharingan (Canon)
  • Creation Rebirth Mangekyo Sharingan (BL)
Mitsuki Canon
Brawl Legends
  • TBA
  • Dragon Sage Mode (BL)
Konohamaru Sarutobi N/A
  • Determination Mode
Himawari Uzumaki Uzumaki
  • Byakugan
Hinata Hyuga Uzumaki
  • Byakugan
Sakura Haruno Uchiha
  • Creation Rebirth
Menma Namikaze N/A
  • Dark Kurama 
Menma (Ten-Tails Jinchuriki) N/A
  • Masked Tailed Beast Clone Summoning 
Natto Namikaze N/S
  • Nine-Tailed Byakugan
Kaguya Otsusuki N/A
  • Tailed Beast Rabbit Form


  • Six Paths Super Saiyan God (Goruto)
  • Kurama Link Super Saiyan Sage Mode (Naroku)
  • Nine-Tailed SSG Super Saiyan Chakra Mode (Both)
Goruffigo N/A
  • Full Gear Kurama Super Saiyan 4
  • Full Gear Six Paths God Super Saiyan 

Exclusive Characters

Character Variations Awakenings Console
Vincent Harmonia Pokemon Legends
  • Mega Mewziken V
Zinnia Pokemon Legends
  • Mega Rayquaza
Mario Super Mario Bros Z
  • Super Mario
Link Hyrule Shippuden
  • Fierce Deity Link
Bowser Super Mario Bros Z
  • Giga Bowser
Ganondorf Hyrule Shippuden
  • Ganon
Allen Stark inFamous Retribution
  • Gyrokinetic Mech
Jak PlayStation All-Stars Legends
  • Dark Jak
  • Light Jak
Kat PlayStation All-Stars Legends
  • Gravity Panther
Cole MacGrath PlayStation All-Stars Legends

inFamous x Naruto

  • Ionic Overload (Hero)
  • The Beast (Villain)
Delsin Rowe inFamous Retribution
  • Conduit Golem
Dart Feld PlayStation All-Stars Legends
  • Red Dragoon
Dovahkiin Raizo The Elder Scrolls: Legends of Skyrim
  • Dragon Form
Patroklos Alexander Soulcalibur V
  • Soulcalibur Mode
Cassie Cage Mortal Kombat X
  • Cage Halo
Master Chief Halo: Combat Evolved
  • Mantis Armor
Miraak The Elder Scrolls V: Dragonborn
  • Dragon Soul Mode
  • TBA