Naruto Storm 3: Screenshots, Kurama Mode Art, and Hinata

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

With the highly anticipated official release date of Naruto Storm 3 in North America, South America, Australia, and Europe less than 3 weeks away the good times just keep on rolling! The latest are five screenshots and character art of Kurama Mode (Tailed Beast Mode) Naruto, Minato, and Gaara.

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Two new cards from the Naruto Collectible Card game have been released. They are of Hinata Hyuga! If you recall, yesterday we posted cards of Madara and a slew of other ninja who will be in Storm 3. On the physical copies of the cards, there will be codes that players can enter in Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 that will allow them to unlock bonus content in the game.

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High quality images of the Naruto Storm 3 special editions that will be available in Europe and Australia – the Will of Fire and True Despair.

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There are also side views of the European standard edition Naruto Storm box art, which is similar to the North American version.

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Lastly, is a high quality image of the poster that comes Naruto Storm 3 for those that pre-order the game in the United States fromGameStop.

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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.