Available Now Coming Nov 17, 2009
NARUTO Shippuden: Clash of Ninja Revolution 3
An exciting new installment to the hit Clash of Ninja fighting game series.
NARUTO Shippuden: Clash of Ninja Revolution 3 is an exciting new installment to the hit Clash of Ninja fighting game series. Exclusively for Wii, the classic 3D fighting game features new and improved gameplay mechanics, multiple gameplay modes, and for the first time, Wi-Fi multiplayer functionality. The game follows the storyline of the popular NARUTO Shippuden anime series and showcases the grown up new look of the NARUTO cast of characters.
• The first Wii exclusive NARUTO Shippuden title featuring all new
content and storyline - now includes Wi-Fi multiplayer gameplay
• Includes enhanced fighting gameplay mechanics
• More than 30 playable characters, many of which have been upgraded with a new Shippuden look and unique abilities, including character-specific jutsu moves
• More than 40 3D environments to choose from, including nine completely new stages
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- System Wii
- Release Date Nov 17, 2009
- No. of Players up to 4 players
- Category Fighting
- PublisherTomy Corporation
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