Naruto

Namco Bandai has announced that 3DS title Naruto Powerful Shippuden will be coming to North America in March 2013. This anime sidescroller comes from developers Inti Creates with a bit of help from Naruto game regulars Cyber...
Now, when I say "love" here I don't mean romance scenes or anything like that (though all that incipient facial contact between Sasuke and Naruto could imply a lot), but Cyberconnect2's love for both Naruto and QTEs tha...
I've only been half paying attention to the licensed anime titles coming out of Japan lately. I mean, after hearing about the 1000th Dragon Ball Z iteration, it's quite easy to lose interest. But this new Naruto game for 3DS...
The Naruto series of games is another in a long line of fighting titles based on a popular anime series. What seems to set this series apart from the others, however, is its focus on a pick-up-and-play attitude. While many ga...
The Naruto Shippūden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Generations launch trailer is now available for your perusal, and I'm already out of breath just saying that name out loud. Like Dragon Ball Z's video game iterations, it's inc...
If there's one thing I know squat about, it’s the Naruto universe. It’s not because I don’t like anime -- I love it, but the boy in the orange track suit and all his ninja buddies never really appealed to...
Naturally, it won't be the last last trailer, seeing as we're a few weeks from the actual launch of *deep breath* Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm: Generations. Namco Bandai will surely release a last burst of promo po...
A whopping seventy-two of them, in fact, and that's just counting the playable characters. The number swells considerably when you look at support-only characters and move-set variations on the same character (there are s...
We're getting a ton of news, fast and furious-like, from Namco Bandai's annual Level Up press conference. First off, the biggest news is that SoulCalibur 5 has been announced, which ought to get a lot of juices flowing amongs...
Naruto fans rejoice, because Namco Bandai has another game headed your way. Naruto Shippuden: Kizuna Drive is a PSP exclusive that’s coming out February 22. I got a chance to play it on Wednesday, and I thought I&rsq...
Most games based on a licensed property are terrible. It's a sad truth of the gaming world, and many players have accepted this as a foregone conclusion. Licensed games are bad until proven good. Merely tolerable licensed ...
It's funny. If you look at the above screenshot and read aloud the words that you see in order from top to bottom, you'll be echoing what usually goes on in my mind whenever I see anything related to Naruto. Maybe I'm getting...
[As originally posted on Japanator] Or even better, in some ways! I'll admit I stopped following Naruto a while ago, but watching the new trailer for Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 2 makes me wish I had kept up with ...
Due to Destructoid's downtime since Sunday morning, we're extending some of our 25 days of giving contests! For our Aion contest, simple tell us an animal, product, whatever that would benefit from having angel-like wings. Do...
We had a bunch of awesome Naruto prizes courtesy of Tomy Corporation to giveaway to some Naruto fans last week. We wanted to give them to real Naruto fans so we asked you all to show us how much of a Naruto fan you really are...
Well, are you? We want you to take a picture of yourself in front of whatever Naruto product you own. Whether it be clothing, DVDs, videogames -- even taking a picture of yourself in front of a computer screen with something ...
It looks like the rumor we had previously reported was right on the money: Ubisoft has formally announced that Naruto: The Broken Bond is in development for the Xbox 360. Serving as the sequel to Naruto: Rise of a Ninja, The ...
When Naruto: Rise of a Ninja was released last year for the Xbox 360 I was initially pretty skeptical. After seeing the way the Naruto franchise was being whored out with sequel after sequel -- very quickly becoming the new D...
We had a chance to play Naruto: Ninja Destiny for the Nintendo DS this morning, and fans of the series will be glad to hear that the portable pummeling action is a blast -- and not a drag.This game is an upgrade to the 2006 r...
It's understandable that the expectations for a game based on an anime license wouldn't normally be set very high, especially for gamers that aren't anime fans. In the past, there hasn't been much in the way of licensed t...
Naruto is one of those anime series that is filled with highs and lows. When the show first started, it was absolutely wonderful. Filled with ninjustu, awesome fights, and a slightly annoying, “dattebayo!” every e...
Narutard (a nickname for Naruto fans) or not, it was hard to resist the fist-shaking charms of D3 Publisher's Naruto: Clash of Ninja Revolution on the Penny Arcade Expo's show floor, and it seemed that everyone wanted try out...