The official release date for Namco Bandai's upcoming action-fighting game based on Shonen Jump's popular anime, Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 has its release date officially set in digital PR stone (or as close to it as you'll get) and you'll be able to get your hands on the game as soon as this spring.
Namco Bandai released a new trailer for the upcoming ninja fighting game based on the popular Shonen Jump series, Naruto. The game sports all the favorite ninja entities from the popular movie and TV series and the latest trailer showcases a fight between established ninja warriors Choji and Asuma.
If the titles for these Naruto games get any longer you'll have to buy airplane tickets to get from the headline to the main body of the text. Anyway, Namco Bandai has revealed that a special pre-order bonus for Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 includes a Goku gi for Naruto.
Naruto is still chugging along like a ripe ninja honey badger, kicking and punching its way to continued success. With more than 10 million units shipped of the Naruto Shippuden games, Namco Bandai is bringing another sequel to the popular Ultimate Ninja Storm series, starting next spring.
Thousand Pounds Action Company, best known for their indie live-action work on a lot of video game-based short films, including Street Fighter X Tekken and Naruto Shippuden: Dreams Fight, is taking the next step for their creative endeavors with an original action-oriented project called Clandestine.
Despite a lot of people feeling as if Namco Bandai has kind of worn thin the welcome of Naruto games, the company has managed quite the success with the franchise shipping more than 10 million units worldwide since 2003, spanning 15 different multiplatform releases.
You know, I was beginning to think that maybe we could go a few months without hearing about a new Dragon Ball Z or Naruto game but that would be like asking Arnold Schwarzenegger to go a few months without grabbing T&A when Maria isn't around...it's just not going to happen.
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What's a Namco Bandai announcement spree without something Naruto related? It's not an announcement spree without something Naruto related, I'll tell you that much. With that said, Namco Bandai announced today (along with a ton of other news) that a brand new Naruto game is on the way for the PSP called Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Impact.
Angry teenage Naruto fanboys unite! A new face-pummeling, body-kicking Naruto game is on the way exclusively for the PSP and it's due out spring, 2011.
A slew of brand new, autostereoscopic Nintendo 3DS games have been announced while Epic Games delays Gears of War 3.
Namco Bandai is continuing their efforts to keep Naruto fanboys pleased until the release of the full game with a demo of the game that is now available to download
Regardless of the ridiculous amount of ports this series has, Namco Bandai has announced that Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Heroes 3 is now available for the PSP.
Namco Bandai sent over word that the latest in the extremely long line of Naruto games has just received a demo that's now available on the PlayStation Network.
If your bi-monthly Naruto game announcement was looking a little thin lately, fear not for another Naruto game is inevitably on the way, and this time for the PSP.