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Submitted by Jgiebel 1519d ago | news

Naruto Shippuden 3D- The New Era for Nintendos 3DS

Good news for any Naruto Shippuden gamers! 505 Games announced today that the first Nintendo 3DS game in the series has been set for release! Naruto Shippuden 3D- The New Era promises a high-kicking action game in glorious, portable 3D, in an all new story setting. Naruto fans will engage in a storyline based on the latest events of the manga and animated series. A new female ninja is also introduced, Malice. The mysterious Five Kages all make their first appearance in the video game world, with adventures that span nine different locations. New secret stages and items can be unlocked along the way also. A support cast of ten different characters can assist in the journey, three of them joining per chapter. This will allow for a more strategic approach to combat. (3DS, 505 Games, Naruto Shippuden 3D – The New Era, Nintendo, Nintendo DS)

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