Ubisoft breaks silence on Naruto: Broken Bond

By Spencer . July 24, 2008 . 4:00pm

Savvy Siliconera readers already know of this game since some of you sent over a trailer during E3. Thanks to everyone that sent a link to the trailer! Naruto: Broken Bond picks up where Naruto: Rise of a Ninja left off and goes through the rescue Sasuke arc. Ubisoft is quick to point out Naruto: Broken Bond is the only console Naruto game coming out this holiday season with online play. Just like Naruto: Rise of a Ninja Ubisoft has no plans to release Naruto: Broken Bond in Japan. It will appear in North America, Europe, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Taiwan.




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  • ryne11

    I’d rather have a great fighting engine and play alone than a mediocre fighting system [in my opinion] with online

  • ryne11

    MY ignorant statements aside, I am sick of every Naruto game being a fighting game
    Can’t I get a GTA style Konoha with PoP platforming, Splinter Cell Stealth Missions, and Ninja Gaiden Combat?

  • Aoshi00

    GTA-style Naruto, that’s what “Rise of a Ninja” sort of is right? But then it turns out to be a flop, I guess Ubisoft really isn’t the best developer for this game.. I sold the game ASAP after running around and collecting coins for an hour..

    Not to sound like a graphic whore, but this pales in comparison compared to Ninja Storm..

    I’ve been saying the same thing about the DBZ games too, just how many fighting games do they want us to play, it’s like a different Madden every year. Give us a good RPG like the ones on Super Famicom w/ next gen graphics.

  • Hello Hello

    I like Naruto games, but I’m completely sick of games that only go through a few of the arcs available. If I have it straight, these publishers can release Naruto games with story arcs right up to what has aired in the anime in the United States. So what do they do most of the time instead? They give us a few arcs which makes a game that lasts only a few hours. It’s non-sense, and I’m not going to pay full retail price for them anymore. If Ubisoft wants my money, they’ll make a game that goes from the start of the series, right up to the latest arc on television. If that isn’t their thing, then I’ll probably pick it up in a few years when it’s in the bargain bins for $5-10.

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