Naruto: Narutimate Hero
The Naruto: Ultimate Ninja series, known in Japan as the Naruto: Narutimate Series (ＮＡＲＵＴＯ－ナルト－ ナルティメットシリーズ, Naruto: Narutimetto Shirīzu?), is a series of fighting games, based on the popular manga and anime series Naruto by Masashi Kishimoto, for the PlayStation 2. They were developed by CyberConnect2 and published by Namco Bandai. The series includes three games based on the first part of the Naruto story starting with Naruto: Ultimate Ninja in 2005. It was followed by five titles for the PlayStation 2, as well as spinoffs and a sequel for the PlayStation Portable, and a follow-up title for the PlayStation 3 entitled Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm. The release of Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 2 marked the first game in the series to appear on a console outside the Sony PlayStation brand (Xbox 360) in addition to being released on the PlayStation 3.
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... Aggregate review scores Game GameRankings Metacritic Naruto Ultimate Ninja 75.42% 75 Naruto Ultimate Ninja 2 73.85% 73 Naruto Ultimate Ninja 3 77.33% 75 Naruto Ultimate Ninja Heroes 72.54% 70 Naruto Ultimate Ninja Heroes 2 The Phantom Fortress 68.10% 64 Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja 4 65.93% - Naruto Shippūden Ultimate Ninja 5 - - Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Heroes 3 59.00% 61 Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm 75.66% 75 Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 2 77.09% (PS3) 76.44% (360) 76 (PS3) 74 (360) Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Impact 62.00% 59 Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm Generations 75.11% (PS3) 75.71% (360) 74 (PS3 360) Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 75.05% (PS3) 59.50% (360) 77 (PS3) 68 (360) Various Ultimate Ninja games have become Namco Bandai's best-selling games with Ultimate Ninja Storm 2 being its second best-selling game from 2010 behind Tekken 6 with 1.1 million units sold ... In January 2012, Namco Bandai announced that they have sold 10 million Naruto games worldwide, including 1.9 million units in Asia, 4.3 million in North America, and 3.8 million in Europe ...
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