Madara on Australian Special Edition Naruto Storm 3 Art (Removed)

Posted by Natalie Robinson
Tags: Art, Naruto, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360,

Update January 30 Per official request, Saiyan Island has removed the image of the True Despair version featuring Madara and replaced it with the one without him. EB Games has also replaced the art.

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Update January 24 EB Games Australia has Madara Uchiha on the True Despair box art. This doesn’t confirm him as a playable character, but in our mind, it definitely increases the chances! We’ve updated the image below. Thanks Tyler Casilio!

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Original Article:

Namco Bandai Games has released the final art for the special editions of Naruto Storm 3 in Europe. These were also shown in Naruto Storm 3 – Trailer 5, but today they are here in image format! Fans in Europe can purchase two versions of the special edition – True Despair and Will of Fire. As you can see in the image below, True Despair features Rinnegan Tobi (who is currently calling himself Madara in the anime) and Kurama Mode Naruto (who fans on Saiyan Island often refer to as Tailed Beast Mode Naruto).

Namco Bandai Games Europe has mentioned fans should check with their local retailers to see what versions of Naruto Storm 3 and what pre-order bonuses they will carry as it may vary across the large continent.

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Thanks Rory Alden Nielander, Jonathan Rivera Almodovar

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Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 is Namco Bandai Games and CyberConnect2′s fourth entry in the Storm series. It will be available for the Sony PlayStation 3 and Microsoft Xbox 360 in North America and South America on March 5, Europe and Australia on March 8, and Japan on April 18, 2013. The story for the game will begin with the Nine Tailed Fox incident from 16 years ago, continue on to the Five Kage Arc, and go up to the Shinobi War, covering the latest episodes of Naruto Shippuden as they air in Japan.