The first in-game screenshot of the Naruto for the Xbox 360.
i have no idea what this game is but the pic looks cool, i love the cartoon look
Very popular kind of like a Soap with fighting and with over the top drama(like dragon Ball Zzzz Zzzz but with some direction and purpose). I have a 26 year old Architect brother that will come home from bars and get togethers to watch it???. Strange i know its something all his WSU budds do. I even check it out on; on-demand every once in a blue moon. I'm thinking the little sh*t! will never grow up and whoop ass though.
Naruto is annoying. Bleach pwns Naruto a billion times! Whoever says Naruto is better is really ON something. Litterally!
that looks impressive... this style of art allways impress me.. hope to see nice gameplay.. :)
If it is exclussive for 360 than this game will help Microsoft to sell well(at least for a month) in Japan.
are going to buy a 360 just for this game? Blue Dragon and Lost Oddesey maybe but not this one. I bet it isn't even an exlusive. We all know how Japan like their games, and people there surely won't buy a 360 for this game.
I think you been smoking to much weed, Japan is known for making a jumping plummber famous, pokemon and anime porn with animals/monsters raping people. You never know what the hell will get popular there next. Babylonian below never know man stranger things have happened in Japan.
@Jason xg1 its funny cos its true lol
I know these people are somewhat crazy on a few things in our opinion. But let's be rational, I was commenting on the statement that this game will sell 360 in Japan. Do you think (and please be honest) that this game will sell Xbox 360 for a few months? If that's so then these people are really mad (not that they are). Blue Dragon and Lost Oddesey and Dead or Alive will sell systems over there, but again, I don't think this game will. Great series though, I'm gonna download them soon.
...but will never show up in Japan. The way OXM described it, Ubisoft was only licensed the IP for western games. I believe Konami controls the IP in Japan. Besides, the game is supposed to be an action RPG ala Jade Empire. Hardly the kind of game the japanese will go out of their way to sample. This isn't about making the 360 attractive to japanese gamers; this is about the japanese IP owner tapping into the 360 (western) market for added revenue.
Why dose this game bother people so much. Oh yeah it a 360 exclusive!!!! This game had an article in last months EGM. The Show is popular enough to sell well to kids 7-15 years old.
Dont underestimate how popular Nartuto is in Japan. Whereas Blue Dragon is a game 1st, anime series 2nd... Naruto is a anime series 1st (+ various full length movies) and game 2nd. As such it has a very large following which should mean any Naruto related game should sell whell. No one can say for sure until it's out though, so any speculation is really just pointless. Anyway, the screen shot looks really good. I'll definately be keeping an eye out for more info on this game. I would really love a Samurai Champloo games as that is one of my favourite series.
The game looks just like narutimate hero 3 for ps2 judging by this screenshot i doubt this game will sell buckets loads of 360 since there are a lot of naruto games on ps2,gc,wii,ds,psp
I will definitely be picking this one up! I'm a huge Naruto fan!
If it has girls in school uniform with upskirt clips then it will be bestseller and system seller.
Is it cell-Shaded?
thats how they call that cartoonish look in games
My first time seeing a game in that particular style of graphics. Hmm, looks interesting (reminds me of "those" Japenese games for the PS2 that I never bought) but probably isn't my style. Doenst't mean someone else may not like it, Kastrol. Just my opinion
Western only and XBOX 360 exclusive??? In the other news, Ubisoft just commited finicial suicide.
Amazing. It really looks great! Hope the gameplay matches the style.
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