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    Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Generations

    Game » consists of 5 releases. Released Mar 13, 2012

    The newest installment of the Naruto fighting games. Featuring over 70 characters from Part I & Part II.

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    Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm for the Playstation and Xbox 360 is CyberConnect2's latest instalment in its Ultimate Ninja series, based on the highly acclaimed manga and anime series Naruto. It will feature the most characters in any fighting game and the first Storm game to feature fan favourites Zabuza and Haku.

    The story mode covers both Part I and Part II from the series featuring both the older and younger versions, mainly focusing on Naruto's adventure based on the series but will also feature new sidestories lead by other characters including Sasuke & Itachi Uchiha and Minato Namikaze.


    Naruto Shippūden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Generations was first announced by Namco Bandai Games in late June from 2011 in the manga magazine Weekly Shōnen Jump. In addition to tweaks and battle mechanics it will have characters from Part I, with the addition of these characters, the staff comments the game will have a wider variety of battles than the previous game, Producer Yusuke Sasaki stated the staff wanted to give combat a greater focus than its prequels. The term "Generations" stands for "the ultimate ninja battle that crosses generations". The game is meant to satisfy the gamers' wishes and interests regarding the series according to Hiroshi Matsuyama, the president of CyberConnect2.

    Matsuyama commented the story mode is different from Naruto Shippūden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 2, with Part II meant to have a different impact in the gamers. 60 minutes of original animation has been created by Studio Pierrot, making exclusive storylines just for the game. The demo was officially released January 24, 2012 on the Japanese PlayStation Store. It contains 3 battles which include Sasuke, Masked Madara and Pain.

    In November 2011, Namco Bandai announced the game would be released in Japan on February 23, 2012, America March 13, 2012 and Europe in March 30, 2012.


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    • Anko Mitarashi
    • Asuma Sarutobi
    • Chiyo
    • Chiyo with Puppets
    • Choji Akimichi
    • Deidara
    • Darui
    • Danzo Shimura
    • First Hokage
    • Gaara
    • Haku
    • Hidan
    • Hidan (Jashin Ritual Form)
    • Hinata Hyuga
    • Byakugan Hinata
    • Ino Yamanaka
    • Itachi Uchiha
    • Jiraiya
    • Jiraiya (Sage Mode)
    • Jirobo
    • Jugo
    • Kabuto Yakushi
    • Kakashi Hatake
    • Young Kakashi
    • Kakuzu
    • Kakuzu (Four Hearts)
    • Karin
    • Kankuro
    • Kiba Inuzuka
    • Kidomaru
    • Killer Bee
    • Eight-Tailed Killer Bee
    • Kimimaro
    • Kimimaro (Second State Curse Mode)
    • Kisame Hoshigaki
    • Konohamaru
    • Kurenai Yuhi
    • Mei Terumi
    • Might Guy
    • Minato Namikaze (The Fourth Hokage)
    • Neji Hyuga
    • Naruto Uzumaki
    • Naruto Uzumaki (Nine-Tails Cloak)
    • Four-Tailed Naruto Uzumaki
    • Six-Tailed Naruto Uzumaki
    • Nine-Tails Chakra Mode Naruto Uzumaki
    • Sage Mode Naruto
    • Obito Uchiha
    • Onoki
    • Orochimaru
    • Pain
    • Rock Lee
    • Sai
    • Sakon
    • Sakura Haruno
    • Sasori (w/Third Kazekage)
    • Self-puppet Sasori
    • Sasuke Uchiha
    • Sasuke Uchiha (Second State Curse Mode)
    • Sasuke (Taka)
    • Second Hokage
    • Shino Aburame
    • Shizune
    • Shikamaru Nara
    • Suigetsu Hozuki
    • Tayuya
    • Third Hokage
    • Temari
    • Tenten
    • Tobi
    • Tsunade
    • Yamato
    • Zabuza Momochi

    Playable Stages

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    • Konohagakure (Normal, Destroyed, Ruined, Part 1)
    • Training Field (Day, Night)
    • Grassy Waves Prairie
    • Forest of Death
    • Forest of Quiet Movement (Day, Evening, Night)
    • Konohagakure Forest (Day, Evening)
    • Kage Summit Hall
    • Great Naruto Bridge
    • Orochimaru's Hideout (Normal, Destroyed)
    • Akatsuki Hideout
    • The Uchiha Hideout (Normal, Destroyed)
    • Forest of Dead Trees
    • Amegakure (Upper, Lower)
    • Chūnin Exams Stadium
    • Chūnin Exams Preliminary Arena
    • Top of the Lookout Tower
    • Valley of the End (Sunny, Rainy)
    • Samurai Bridge (Upper, River)
    • Land of Iron
    • Valley of Clouds and Lightning
    • Mountains' Graveyard
    • Site of Planetary Devastation
    • Five-Seal Barrier Cliff
    • Sunagakure Gate
    • Sunagakure
    • Tanzaku Town
    • Mount Myōboku

    Special Editions

    The Original European Card Edition
    The Original European Card Edition

    In Japan, pre-ordering the game would get them a CD soundtrack with tracks from Ultimate Ninja Storm and Ultimate Ninja Storm 2 called "Ultimate Ninja Storm Best Sound" composed by Chikayo Fukuda.

    In Europe, Namco Bandai were going to release a "Card Edition" of the game. That would include a starter pack of 51 trading cards, a booster pack of 8 trading cards, a folded box and a giant poster signed by Matsuyama. Instead they released a version which featured more cards and a different box.


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