With Comic-Con being on this week, we’re getting fed a feast of new game information and today is no exception with Namco Bandai releasing new information on three titles! Check out this and the next two articles for all things Namco Bandai to come from Comic-Con today!
First up we have Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Impact on the PSP. If you haven’t heard of it before, don’t worry, check out the story and features that Namco Bandai released a little while ago below.
Re-live current Naruto anime story lines with large scale melee battles through a 360° degree rotating camera view with new updated playable characters from current anime & collect character card combinations to enable special player effects.
- Re-Live Current Naruto Storylines – Fans can experience their favorite anime storylines with crisp animation cut scenes in full VO and fight in epic battle sequences while executing famous finishing moves like Wind Style: Rasen Shuriken that re-creates the anime storyline
- Large Scale Battles – Test your skills against hordes of attacking enemy ninjas in frenzied large scale melee battles & emerge victorious using famous moves like Naruto’s Great Ball Rasengan & Shikamaru’s Shadow Stitching Jutsu!
- 360° Rotating Camera – Upgraded camera views enhance battles sequences that offer an exciting and immersive game play experience
- New Anime Characters – Over 50 characters including Gigantics like Eight Tails, Kakuzu & Gamabunta, including Awakenings features that enable incredible power and defense for short bursts
- Deep Missions – Over 100+ unique battles to experience over 8 stages and 25 custom designed missions
- Card Collection – Collect over 300+ character cards, create card combinations to enable special character power-ups
- Ad-Hoc Connected Play – Battle enemy ninja hordes together with friends in Tag Battle mode or go head-to-head in Versus Battle mode
Today they released 12 screenshots for the game and, we have to say, it looks bizarre but fun!
Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Impact is due for release on October 18th in the USA, October 20th in Japan and finally October 21st in Europe! So if your a big anime fan, don’t forget to add this to your wish list!