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Naruto: Rise of a Ninja Videos and Trailers - Xbox 360

Game Description:Sometimes, in order to truly understand, you must go all the way back to the beginning. Discover the story of Naruto's past in this Xbox 360 game built from the ground up, exclusively for this console. Twelve years ago, a nine-tailed demon fox attacked the peaceful ninja village of Konoha. Many ninja fell in the subsequent battle, but finally, one brave warrior bound the demon into the body of a newborn – Naruto. Now a hyperactive ninja student, help Naruto become the best ninja the world has ever seen! Explore the village and meet up with favorites from the series, including Sasuke, Sakura, and Kakashi.
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