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Naruto: The Broken Bond Screenshots and Images - Xbox 360

Game Description:After saving the village in Naruto: Rise of the Ninja, Naruto finds himself a full-fledged ninja. But with his new status comes a new, even greater challenge. When Sasuke, driven by painful memories, makes a desperate grab for power, Naruto must summon the courage to face his best friend before it's too late. Lean on your teammates as you join with multiple characters to overcome challenges and emerge victorious in tag battles. Battle against prominent Naruto characters in beautifully rendered locations from the Naruto universe. Relive favorite moments from the original series with fully voiced acting, then choose from 25 characters in the Naruto franchise's first-ever online multiplayer option.
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