Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm Demo Confirmed For July 17th

All of you anime and Naruto fans can finally get your hands on the demo for this PLAYSTATION 3 exclusive fighting game on July 17th. It will feature single player as well as head to head multiplayer modes. The demo will feature Naruto and Kakashi along with ninja support characters. Not only is the demo set for the PSN this upcoming month, but July is going to be a busy month of activities for Naruto fans.

• Downloadable demo: A NARUTO: Ultimate Ninja STORM demo will be available for free download from the PLAYSTATION Network for all users on July 17, allowing players to enjoy the game’s massive one-on-one 3D ninja battles before the game ships to stores this fall. Featuring single player and head-to-head multiplayer modes, the demo lets players do battle as Naruto or Kakashi with special ninja support characters.

• Consumer event appearances: NARUTO: Ultimate Ninja STORM will be playable at Anime Expo 2008 (July 3-6, Los Angeles Convention Center) and Comic-Con International: San Diego (July 23-27, San Diego Convention Center), two of the summer’s biggest public events, allowing attendees to test their skills against other Naruto fans in multiplayer battles.

• Official Tournament: Starting at Anime Expo 2008 and Comic-Con International: San Diego, NAMCO BANDAI Games America Inc. will be hosting an official NARUTO: Ultimate Ninja STORM tournament at various public events throughout the summer. In a series of head-to-head matches, winners and runners-up will receive valuable and exciting prizes.

• Qore: NARUTO: Ultimate Ninja STORM will be featured in the July installment of Qore: Presented by the PLAYSTATION Network, available for download on July 3. Featuring exclusive interviews and video content, this high-definition interactive lifestyle gaming program offers fans a behind the scenes look at the making of the game as well as early access to the downloadable demo.

[Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm Demo Confirmed]

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