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Naruto content of the work Novels

Published: Tuesday 18 April, 2017

There are two Naruto light novels, written by Masatoshi Kusakabe and published by Shueisha and Viz Media in Japan and the United States respectively. The first of the novels, "Boy white wind demon blood" is based on the first series of the series and was launched on 16 December 2002 in Japan and November 21, 2006 in America North. [105] [106] The second novel, "Battle of the hidden waterfall: ¡I'm the hero!" Is based on the second OVA anime and was published on 15 December 2003 in Japan, reaching US 16 October 2007. [107] [108] Viz Media has begun shipping new novel called Books Chapters written by Tracey West. These works will include illustrations of the manga, but unlike the latter, the novels are aimed at children between 7 and 10 years. [109] The first two novels in this series were published on 7 October 2008; a fifth was announced in early 2009. [110] [111] [112] We have also written novels based on the films of the series. [113] [114] [115] [116] [117]

Video games

Naruto video games have appeared on various consoles from Nintendo, Sony, Microsoft and Bandai. The first video game that came out is Naruto: Konoha Ninpouchou [93] launched in Japan on 27 March 2003 Color WonerSwan laptop. [118] Although it has left a lot of Naruto game, it was not until 7 March 2006 with the series Naruto: Gekitou such Ninja Naruto Costumes

 and Naruto: Ninja SAIKYO Daikesshu that came out of Japan, particularly in North America under the titles of Naruto: Clash of Ninja and Naruto: Ninja Council respectively. Thus, these securities are considered to be the first Naruto officially sold outside Japan. [119] [120] It is also noteworthy that in both participating actors dubbing the English version of the anime. [121] There is also a video game released for the Xbox 360 Naruto: Rise of a Ninja and a similar version but with totally different characteristics for the Playstation 3, which was developed by CyberConnect2 and Namco. [122] The latter was originally known as "Naruto: PS3 Project", but finally received the title Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm. [123]