Justin Lee On October 17, 2007 at 9:23 am

D3Publisher sends word that NARUTO: Clash of Ninja Revolution has gone gold for the Nintendo Wii and will be on store shelves on October 23rd, 2007.

TOMY Corporation and D3Publisher of America, Inc. today announced that NARUTO: Clash of Ninja Revolution for the Wii home video game system will ship to retail outlets on October 23, 2007. Based on episodes from VIZ Media’s hit anime series SHONEN JUMP NARUTO on Cartoon Network NARUTO: Clash of Ninja Revolution will feature exclusive content and gameplay for the North American market!

Developed by Eighting, NARUTO: Clash of Ninja Revolution includes all new character animations, new special attack animations and for the first time new interactive environments. The game takes advantage of the Wii system by allowing players to launch attacks with the Wii Remote using Ninja-like movements, and features special mini-games created exclusively for use with the Wii Remote.

NARUTO: Clash of Ninja Revolution is rated “T” for Teen by the ESRB and will include 20 characters – including some that have yet to be featured in the Clash of Ninja game series. The fast-paced ninja action for up to four players will have nine different gameplay modes including Story Mode, Single Player and Multiplayer modes.

About TOMY Corporation
With U.S. headquarters in Santa Ana, California, TOMY Corporation is one of the worlds’ oldest and most endearing toy companies. For more than eight decades, TOMY has developed and manufactured a broad portfolio of exciting and educational toys, games and video games children of all ages. Known for its innovation, quality and safety, TOMY’s mission is to produce toys, videogames and merchandise for North America that entertain and inspire children and adults. The Consumer Software Division currently publishes for the Nintendo GameCube, Game Boy® Advance, Nintendo DS and Wii home video game system. TOMY Corporation is a subsidiary of Japan-based TOMY Company, Ltd. (aka TAKARATOMY in Japan). More information is available at www.TOMY-USA.com.

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