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Naruto Shippuden: Dragon Blade Chronicles - Nintendo Wii

by Atlus
Nintendo Wii
Everyone 10+
3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews) 38 / 100

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  • Face off against colossal Elemental Dragons! The world is in danger and only the power of the legendary Dragon Blade and rare elemental orbs hidden across the land can save it
  • The key to preventing the world?s destruction, the Dragon Blade can be enhanced with elemental powers using special orbs collected from powerful Elemental Dragons. Grow in strength and unlock new elemental abilities on your perilous quest!
  • Acquire new skills by finding and equipping dozens of different Ninja Scrolls hidden throughout the world. Fool your enemies with Shadow Clone, wreak havoc with Fire Ball, and improve your defense with Mud Wall. Each skill is unique?collect them all!

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Edition: Standard
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  • ASIN: B003Z9L3FY
  • Product Dimensions: 7.4 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches ; 4.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 16, 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,421 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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Take control of both Naruto and Sasuke as they go their own ways to seek out the mysteries and power behind Genryu, the mighty Elemental Dragons, in an all-new epic adventure! Faced with the end of the world at the hands of Kuroma, one of the last of an ancient race of Dragon Guardians set on revenge, Naruto must harness the elemental powers of the legendary Dragon Blade and stand up to mighty dragons in order to save his world from destruction.

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Dragon Blade Chronicles is your chance to lead Naruto and Sasuke through a completely original adventure for Wii™. The world is in danger and only the power of the legendary Dragon Blade and rare elemental orbs hidden across the land can save it. As Naruto, you will use special orbs collected from the powerful Genryu to enhance your Dragon Blade with new powers, acquire new skills by finding and equipping dozens of Ninja Scrolls hidden throughout the world, and take on gigantic dragons in incredible boss battles! With two superstars in one game, you won't want to miss this amazing adventure!

For a limited time, purchase this game and receive an Amazon-exclusive bonus metal Naruto and Sasuke keychain!

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  • Face off against colossal elemental dragons!—The world is in danger and only the power of the legendary Dragon Blade and rare elemental orbs hidden across the land can save it. Discover a completely original NARUTO adventure with Genryu, mighty elemental dragons, and starring all your favorite characters!
  • Master the power of the legendary Dragon Blade—The key to preventing the world’s destruction, the Dragon Blade can be enhanced with elemental powers using special orbs collected from powerful elemental dragons. Increase your powers and unlock new elemental abilities on your perilous quest!
  • Equip Ninja Scrolls to learn new special moves—Acquire new skills by finding and equipping dozens of different Ninja Scrolls hidden throughout the world. Fool your enemies with Shadow Clone, wreak havoc with Fire Ball, and improve your defense with Mud Wall. Each skill is unique—collect them all!

Experience the adventure first-hand as you lead Naruto, Sasuke, and their teams through an original story.
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Test your fighting skills in incredible boss battles against huge dragons.
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The Dragon Blade’s powers will grow as you enhance it with special orbs that add elemental abilities.
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Master the fighting system to dispatch your enemies with brutal efficiency.
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Join Naruto, Sasuke, and all of your favorite NARUTO SHIPPUDEN characters on an exciting new adventure! Faced with the end of the world at the hands of Kuroma, one of the last of an ancient race of Dragon Guardians set on revenge, the famed ninja Naruto must harness the elemental powers of the legendary Dragon Blade and stand up to mighty elemental dragons in order to save his world from destruction!

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Unlock the elemental powers of the Dragon Blade to save the world! Join Naruto, Sasuke, and all of your favorite NARUTO SHIPPUDEN characters on an exciting new adventure! Faced with the end of the world at the hands of Kuroma, one of the last of an ancient race of Dragon Guardians set on revenge, the famed ninja Naruto must harness the elemental powers of the legendary Dragon Blade and stand up to the mighty Genryu in order to save his world from destruction!

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14 of 19 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Fighting With A Dull Blade December 24, 2010
Edition:Standard
Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
I've always had a love/hate relationship with the Naruto franchise. The plucky, jumpsuit-clad ninja has dragged me through
more anime episodes and manga chapters than I care to admit, has made me spend my hard-earned cash on more pieces of merchandise
than I want to remember, and driven me through several games of varying degrees of quality. There always comes a period,
though, where a bad game or horrid story arc makes me fall out for a few months, if not a year. Unfortunately, Dragon Blade
Chronicles now serves as a catalyst for my growing disinterest in the franchise. Naruto faithful be warned, because this may
be one of the worst parts of the franchise you ever spend money on.

Story: C+

A villain who wants to destroy the world. His younger sibling who wants to stop him. Naruto being told to kill, but not doing
so because he sympathizes with said villain. We've seen this before, and it now feels like a cold dish of ramen instead of
just a dish of leftovers. Every character is predictable, except for one group: the Akatsuki. Now cheerful and buddy-buddy,
every ounce of menace and evil in them has been drained for the purpose of telling this mediocre story. Even Sasuke now
just seems like a lovable grouch instead of the psycho he's become in the anime and manga. I know this is a side-story,
but it sure as heck wouldn't hurt for the characters to at least be themselves. These characters have become like
family to me over the years, but this feels like some "Twilight Zone"-esque alternate universe where the characters are
empty husks of themselves. And to top it all off, there's a groan-inducing explanation for why Naruto and the gang can't just
use their powers to overcome the antagonist.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Naruto fans' dream come true January 11, 2013
Edition:Standard|Verified Purchase
Purchased for my son who is a huge Nauto fan. He love the fact that you can be Sasuke and fight dragons with your own personal Dragon Blade. You can perform jutsu (?). Also mult-player so he can play with his little brother. Can be adapted to use any Nintendo controller, Wii to classic. As a side note it has it's own anime short in the beginning.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Love Naruto March 31, 2014
By S.
Edition:Standard|Verified Purchase
I Bought this for my 14yr old son, who is also a big Naruto fan. He loved it. Game arrived on time in good condition.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Got it right in time for Christmas December 25, 2013
By Azrail
Edition:Standard|Verified Purchase
Fans of the anime may find the voices actors a little off but all in all it's a nice a stray away from the Ninja Rev. fighting games. A must for fans of the manga and anime series.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Game October 30, 2013
By Lamar
Edition:Standard|Verified Purchase
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Was a really great game. Game was very fun and entertaining and have really great graphics. I really enjoy this game I suggest that everybody who likes Naruto to buy it.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Love it! February 12, 2013
Edition:Standard|Verified Purchase
I'm a Naruto fan. I'll admit its a short game but hey it's worth it to be able to live out what you see on the anime. Cd was scratch free which was something i was worrying about. No problems. Any issues with the game should be taken up with the creator. Seller is cool to buy from and the game is worth it.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Not What You Think It Is November 30, 2012
By Max
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Fun: 1.0 out of 5 stars   
For some basic back round of me, I've absolutely been in love with all the Naruto games released on consoles (Clash of Ninja series, Ultimate Ninja series, ect.) Yep, all of those games are great, but this one game is the reason that there aren't new Naruto Wii games out. This game took everything Clash of Ninja built up (decent gameplay even though it's repetitive as crap, real story lines taken from the manga itself[excluding Clash of Ninja Rev. 2, that game didn't suck], and actual attacking), took a blowtorch and ten gallons of gasoline and lit the series on fire.
For more of an in depth talk of what I mean, in the game that came before this, there was about 40 characters to choose from; Dragon Blade Chronicles has about ten from what I can remember (maybe less, I just sold the game because the only thing this garbage is good for is collecting dust). That was a huge disappointment because the game looked pretty cool. Also, the fighting mechanism is dumbed down so hard I feel like someone who has a mental handicap (I'm not trying to be insulting, I've been told I have really bad metaphors and comparisons) complained that it was too hard. Instead of waving the Wii Remote around like every other game, you press A. That's it, just A, there are no other moves you can use but A and your jutsu. Which brings me to another thing, imagine the jutsu from the previous games, shot in the face with a 9mm bullet filled with half as much gunpowder the bullet doesn't go all the way through your brain, so you survive it.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Interesting July 10, 2011
By Luna
Edition:Standard|Verified Purchase
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
SPOILER ALERT!

This Wii game is nothing like the other 3 Naruto games for the Wii. It is an actual game! You play Naruto mostly, but then you play Saske a few times. As Naruto, you use your weapon (the Dragon Blade) and then you can use different ninjutsu. You must also remember the elemental wheel. What element eliminates what element (Fire kills Wind, Wind kills Lightning, Lightning kills Earth, Earth kills Water, and Water kills Fire). You will need this when you are faced with the 5 elemental dragons (one for each element). In the game, these dragons are called Genryus. As Saske, you have different ninjustu and you have no dragon blade, but a sword, Saske's sword. In the game you collect differnt ninjusus and scrolls with even more abilities.

As Saske, you are searching for Itatchi. Let me back up for a moment. There are three groups here at Mount Koryu: Leaf Ninja, Hebi, and Akatsuki. The leaf are here to stop Kuroma, the man who is unleashing the Genryus and forming the "Light Dragon" so he can destroy the entire world. You play Naruto only, no other leaf ninja. Most of the time, you get one leaf member to back you up as "support", but be careful, sometimes you are alone.
Also, that support may not be the best. Sakura helps out by healing your wounds (she never fights). The members of the Leaf are Naruto, Sakura, Kakshi, Rock Lee, Neji, Yamato (called by his real name Tenzo by Kakashi), Sai, and Shikamaru. (Shikamaru and Neji are the weakest supports in my opinion.) At the begining you get to see Lady Tsunade and Jiraiya, but they do not go to the mountain. The Atatsuki members (Tobi, Itatchi, Kisame, and Deidara) are here looking for power.
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