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Naruto Online Available Now! For PC and MAC

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Naruto Online Available Now! For PC and MAC

Players will be able to explore eight chapters from the Naruto and Naruto Shippuden storyline, including all the familiar locations such as the Village Hidden in the Sand and the Valley of the End. Features such as the original voices of the characters and in-game usage of the series’ scenes will make all fans instantly familiar with game, letting them interact with the environment they know so well. Players will be able to recruit their favorite ninjas and fight alongside them, matching ninjas through the Bonds system that can enhance the team’s fighting abilities and unleash awesome combos.

The top-selling Naruto manga written and illustrated by Masashi Kishimoto has sold over 200 million copies in 35 countries, and tells the story of Naruto Uzumaki, a young ninja who aspires to become the Hokage, the ninja leader of his village who is acknowledged as the best and strongest. With multiple successful movies and novels and 220 episodes of the popular anime still running on television and streaming services.

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“There has been a lot of fan demand, so we are extremely honored to publish Naruto Online in the West,” said Alen Wu, Business Director at Oasis Games. “This game offers a great – and authentic – experience with every detail included, including voice acting from the original series, so English-speaking fans will soon be able to easily jump into and engage in the world they love. Furthermore, we’ll be able to extend the Naruto offering now that the manga has ended through player involvement and community building which creates a new kind of interactive experience which is exciting for us.”

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