Rikudou Madara in "Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4" activates his Limbo Perfect Susanoo, and uses it against Naruto and Sasuke.

Can he activate Limbo Perfect Susanoo in the anime? I think it is amazing to see final battle with Madara before his death.

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  • I would tell you, but Explaining it would RUIN the next Canon scene, but lets just say Madara has little fight left in him. – Ryan Mar 11 '16 at 17:03
  • maybe 2 or 3 episodes of fighting against madara before his death is enough to be very cool – Mega man Mar 11 '16 at 19:15
  • yes, it could be quite cool and and it would be nice to see his full power, but we will never know outside of Filler. He definitely does not die until the end of the war itself, but he does not do much for showing off his power now. the Meteor shower is the biggest show of power he does. There are only 2 battles left, but one to end the war. – Ryan Mar 11 '16 at 19:37
  • If you kept up with the anime, I believe you now have your answer. – Ryan Sep 27 '16 at 16:55

He never does, but he theoretically could. He's still an Uchiha, and still has the Rinnegan and also uses Limbo while in Six Paths mode, however there is no reason for him to. The Truth Seeking Balls are a more perfect defense than Susano'o and the new abilities granted to him by the Six Paths' chakra seemed to be at least as powerful, if not moreso, than his Susano'o.

  • but madara didn’t show its full power as a six paths madara . he appeared in the manga weaker than obito and splitted easily by sasuke’s sowrd . I think it is necessary to show full power of madara before his death , it will be very cool . – Mega man Mar 11 '16 at 19:19
  • @fulleriteman TBH, there is no reason why he has to show off his full power. Certainly we feel an obligation for him to do so, but no writer is ever forced to show off everything. – Ryan Mar 31 '16 at 16:25
  • We all know that they couldn't have shown Madara's full power. Even without that, he was a highly op character so much so that they had to rush in a character like Kaguya. – Abhishek Mishra Feb 19 '18 at 22:22

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