Sasuke gets answers to the questions he already knew, and some that no one has ever asked.
The absolute best part of this chapter was the dueling personalities of the hokages. Hashirama is hilarious, and Tobirama reminds me of a Vulcan. It calls to mind how we tend to idealize figures from history, but those images would probably be shattered if you ever actually met them. One of the best moments easily has to be Hashirama's reactions to hearing Tsunade had become hokage. She was such an adorable little money grubber.
I will say that this chapter is a nice example of how the idea of "separate but equal" is an utter farce. It's not that Tobirama didn't have logical validations to his actions, but you don't make people feel welcome in a society if all you're doing is regulating them to a small corner of your community and treat them as potential criminals. He did little more than fan the flames.
Much like the Force. Some things are better left unexplained. There's no reason to remove the magic out of everything to break it down by the science. That's what we get this week by Kishimoto explaining the power of the Sharingan Eye. The more the Uchiha love something. The darker they become if they ever lose that love. They are the literary equivalent of a spousal abuser that lashed out when they're disappointing. This is a question I feel I would have been happier never knowing.
How many times does Sasuke need to be told the truth before he finally believes it? It's the same story over and over, and he's repeatedly said that nothing will deter his from his path. While I'm pleased that Orochimaru didn't raise the hokages to level the village. I'm at a complete loss over where this is heading. We're really being kept from concluding an epic war for this meeting of the minds that has no end in sight?
The pacing and path of this week's chapter is still completely unclear. However, It was still entertaining to finally get to know some of the previous Hokages a bit better. Still, what is the point of this resurrected Q & A session? I sometimes wish I had a better connection to how the Japanese audience reacts to this series week to week. Seeing how the readers are reacting to this aimless sidebar to the Shinobi World War must be fascinating. What do you think is the answer to Sasuke's closing question? What does it mean to be a shinobi?