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Submitted by tayz 861d ago | news

Naruto Storm 3 – New Screenshots, Art Today, Trailer at Jump Festa

Namco Bandai Games Japan has released new information and images for Naruto Storm 3. (Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3, PS3, Xbox 360)

Deadpool616  +   861d ago
Should have known tayz would be all over this. I don't know anyone else here who loves anime as much you do. Thanks for the update.

As far as the game goes, I'm definitely buying it sooner or later.
Irishguy95  +   861d ago
*Loves Naruto ~

I don't get the love, Naruto is only decent as of late(due to the war arc being dreadful)
fabiani  +   860d ago
UMM its because the story is awsome not like other animes that make up shit as they go n naruto is the most tactical in combat.
fabiani  +   860d ago
The war just started n it is pritty badass especially madaras return

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