There is only a week to go before the release date at Feb. 4, “Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 4.” To commemorate this, developer CyberConnnect 2 has released a new trailer to add to the game’s hype.

Spotted by DualShockers, the Japanese trailer shows off some of the cinematic attacks that can be seen in the game, also seen below. Even before the game has launched, players can now know what exactly the game is rated, at least by Japanese magazine Famitsu. Saiyan Island got a copy of the ratings, and also showed how “Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 4” fares with its predecessors.

From a rating based on four staffers of Famitsu, the game scored 38/40. What this means is that two staffers rated it a perfect 10, while the other two opted for 9/10 each. In the grand scale of all the “Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm” titles, it is not the highest, since the “Naruto Ninja Storm 2” and “Naruto Ninja Storm 3” were scored by one point higher.

Despite ranking in third place of all of the games, it still outranks other titles, even the very first “Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm” title. “Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 4” will be the last in the series.

The demo for “Naruto Shippuden Ultimate ninja Storm 4” has already been out for quite some time. Since it was released in Nov. 29 and Dec. 18, 2015 for Japan and North America and Europe respectively for the PS4, fans have already started accessing the demo and downloading it before sampling the actual game. According to Gematsu, the demo has been downloaded for 1.5 million times.

“Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 4” was created by CyberConnect 2 and Bandai Namco Entertainment. It will come first to Japan on Feb. 4, followed by Europe and North America in Feb. 9.

"Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 4" trailer (Credit: YouTube/Bandai Namco Entertainment)