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Naruto Brings the Fight Back to Wii

October 21, 2008

Naruto Brings the Fight Back to Wii

NARUTO: Clash of Ninja Revolution 2 Ships to Stores

TOMY Corporation and D3Publisher, publishers of interactive entertainment software, announced today that NARUTO: Clash of Ninja Revolution 2 for Wii™, the latest in the only four-player NARUTO fighting game series in North America, has started shipping to retail stores. Based on the hit animated series by VIZ Media, NARUTO: Clash of Ninja Revolution 2 offers players an exclusive new storyline and 35 playable characters, including members of the special-ops squad called the Anbu. NARUTO: Clash of Ninja Revolution 2 also features a slew of improved features: all-new survival and tag team modes, gameplay mechanics like the deadly paper bomb, and motion-initiated power-ups that make use of the Wii Remote™.

“We felt that the Anbu were a really interesting and under-represented part of the NARUTO universe, so it made perfect sense to use them as the inspiration for our new storyline,” said Mark Shinohara, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of TOMY Corporation. “This is a NARUTO title tailored specifically for North America, and we hope that fans of fighting games and viewers of the animated series both find something to enjoy in Clash of Ninja Revolution 2.”

About NARUTO: Clash of Ninja Revolution 2 NARUTO: Clash of Ninja Revolution 2 is set to provide players with quality fighting game mechanics and a fast-paced gameplay experience on Wii. Set after Sasuke leaves the Hidden Leaf Village to gain more power from Orochimaru, the title offers a slew of playable characters, including those developed especially for the storyline. Clash of Ninja Revolution 2 features almost twice as many stages with four-player multiplayer battles, one to four-player versus mode, cooperative two-player battles, along with gameplay modes and characters not yet seen in the Clash of Ninja series.

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