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Sure, there have been Narutimate Hero releases on PlayStation2 before. What makes the first Naruto title to appear on PSP so special is not only the successful merging of two seemingly unrelated gaming genres (Beat'em Up and RPG), but dressing it up with the most atmospheric storyline for a Naruto game to date and adding Wi-Fi Multiplayer on top. Naruto Narutimate Portable (aka Mugenjo no Maki) seems destined to be a hit, featuring a large number of missions as well as roleplay elements such as experience points and dungeons exploration. It's certainly a wholesome Bandai effort and PSP owners can be relieved to hear that Narutimate on the go turned out to be an innovative title of its own with a few twists up its cel-shaded sleeve.
Naruto Narutimate Portable - Mugenjo no Maki is in stock now and shipping within 24 hours, while all preorders are being handled right now. New orders are of course very welcome and ship free worldwide. Naruto on PSP is a hassle-free import, as it will work on any PSP system, wherever you might have bought yours around the globe. A great thing for users in general, the PSP is region free for games (as is the Nintendo DS). No converters needed, games will work right out of the box.
There is a total of 14 characters available, these are Naruto and fellow fighters Sakura, Sikamaru, Ino, Choji, Tenten, Shino, Kiba, Hinata, Neji, Lee, Kakashi, Guy and Gaara. Players will be able to take these characters and set them in teams with a Jounin leading them through a mission. Of course the Solo mode is not where the goodness stops with Naruto Narutimate Portable - Mugenjo no Maki, as the Multiplayer option allows you to whack explosive combos a friend's way via Wi-Fi. More and more it's obvious that the era of handheld titles offering less quality and scope than their home console counterparts is definitely coming to an end. Naruto's first visit on Sony PSP is without a doubt one example of an ambitious, great title that not just enthusiasts of the Anime and Manga will be able to fully enjoy.
Sound like it is worth getting. I get almost any anime game.
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