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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 10:30am 01/11/07 | 1 Comments
Yep, that headline confuses me as well. Naruto: Rise of a Ninja, the Xbox 360 exclusive based on the uber-popular anime, Naruto, from Ubisoft is today available at retail. However, Ubisoft have informed us the original Japanese voices will be available, post-launch, as free downloadable content on the Xbox Live Marketplace. As far as I know, this is a first for this sort of thing with Xbox Live and proves the system is a pretty viable tool for truly updating software. At least hardcore Naruto fans can play the game, while maintaining their love of the original Japanese anime voice cast. But you can't deny this isn't one of the weirdest XBLM downloads you've heard about.



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