Naruto Shippuden: Shinobi Rumble Has “Ultra 1000 Years of Death”

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Atlus sent out a reminder about their third Naruto game, Naruto Shippuden: Shinobi Rumble, coming to the Nintendo DS in February. Unlike Dragon Blade Chronicles and Naruto vs. Sasuke, this one’s strictly a 2D fighting affair.

 

All of Atlus’ Naruto games were originally published by Tomy in Japan, and are being brought over as part of an agreement between the two publishers. In Japan, Tomy are soon set to publish another Naruto game, this time on the Nintendo 3DS.

 

Coming back to Shinobi Rumble, the game supports up to four players. You’ll be able to administer “Ultra 1000 Years of Death” on Feb 8th.

 

 

   


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