|Release date:||March 31, 2011|
|Publisher||505 Games, Tomy|
|Game file size||196 MB|
The story begins when Naruto underwent training on Mount Myōboku when he was summoned by Kakashi Hatake, asking him to immediately return to Konoha. Upon returning, Naruto realized that the villages were about to have a war and he had to quickly prevent that from happening. With the side-scrolling game, you will play Naruto, your task is to destroy all the enemies that prevent you in the journey to bring peace to the villages. In combat, you must skillfully dodge the attacks of enemies as well as attack them. There will be attacks from the basic to the powerful ninjutsu that are simulated like in the manga and anime when using the skills, a certain amount of energy will be lost and it will take time to recover. During the move, you can also collect a variety of items to help support the battle. In some cases, you can even tilt your device so that the character dodges enemy attacks.
Naruto Shippuden 3D: The New Era will provide high-kicking action in glorious, portable 3D in an all-new story setting.
In this latest videogame action-adventure in the long-running and celebrated series, Naruto is presented for the very first time in 3D, with dynamic camera twists and turns taking full advantage of the new Nintendo handheld hardware capabilities. Naruto is available from the outset as a selectable character, with rival Sasuke un-lockable during the course of gameplay. A supporting cast of ten ‘assist’ characters, three of which can be taken along per chapter, offers a different dynamic to gameplay, allowing for a more strategic approach to combat.
Naruto fans will be able to engage in a bespoke storyline based on the last events of the manga and animation series, featuring an all-new female ninja character, Malice. The mysterious Five Kages will also make their first videogame appearance in an adventure that spans nine different locations, with secret items and stages aplenty to be unlocked along the way.
Naruto Shippuden 3D: The New Era on 3DS also incorporates the lead character’s ‘Sage Mode’, in which Naruto transforms into a significantly more powerful version of himself once his special gauge is charged to maximum. The game will make use of the 3DS’ motion controls, in situations such as avoiding certain attacks and during boss fights.