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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. Anyway, Namco Bandai announced today that Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Generations is heading to the Xbox 360 and PS3 in 2012.

CyberConnect2 is aiming to change up the formula a little bit by focusing many of the new features on the online component of the game, giving gamers a nice competitive online atmosphere to experience with new and returning characters from the franchise.

This newest game will also focus a lot on Zabuza and Haku since, according to the press release, fans have been wanting to see more of these two since the original manga.

The game will also sport some of the original Japanese voiceovers so gamers who want that more authentic feel will definitely get it in Ultimate Ninja Storm Generations.

Like all the other games in the series the fighting is fast and furious and visuals are similar to what you would expect from the television series. You can learn more about Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Generations, which is due out next year for the Xbox 360 and PS3, by paying a visit to the Official Website.