Naruto Shippuden: Dragon Blade Chronicles Trailer Has A Dose Of Dragon Fights

By Ishaan . October 7, 2010 . 5:08pm


While Namco Bandai are publishing Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 2 from CyberConnect 2, Atlus grabbed the rights for Naruto Shippuden: Dragon Blade Chronicles by Tomy.


This Wii game is unlike Tomy’s Clash of Ninja fighting game series. Naruto Shippuden: Dragon Blade Chronicles is a third-person action-adventure affair that lets you control both Naruto as he tries to stop the Genryu, five elemental dragons. Sasuke is a playable character in this game, but his goals for fighting the Genryu are different from Naruto. He and team Hebi are out to kill Itachi.


Atlus are prepping Naruto Shippuden: Dragon Blade Chronicles for November 16 in North America.

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  • Would only get this to see if I could beat in three days before tha 19th!! :)

  • Naruto?! Sign me up, I wouldnt miss a Naruto game, this game looks like it will be epic.

    • Guest

      to be honest I tried the import version of this game I gave up a little right after the start it was so boring.

  • Christian Wright

    combat looks repetitive and the environments look bland. and those dragon boss battles look boring. the character models are nice though. we deserve better quality!

  • CIN

    Looks decent to me. This might have already been explained but I couldn’t find any info on it so can anyone tell me if this game has dual voice track or only English voice overs?

  • I really hope this goes swimmingly for you, Atlus, but if you primarily become a publisher of licensed anime games, I’m finding you, locking you all in my closet and sniffing your hair until you love me again.

    • I think that would depend on how many Zoids and Naruto games Tomy makes in the future. The current deal only involves Naruto games though. …I just reminded myself about Zoids Assault. -_-

  • Were those effects or was I watching slowdown through almost half of that video?

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