If, for some inexplicable reason, you haven't been paying an incredible level of heed to our coverage of Naruto games of late, I think it's worth pointing out how the sequel to the lamentably average Naruto: Path of Ninja title has gone gold, and is slated to hit stores on October 14. Path of Ninja 2 looks to be a huge step forward, with an improved customization setup, Wi-Fi battling, a greatly expanded roster and an all new story. For more info on it, check around MyGamer and hit up the game's page on Tomy's site at Naruto.Tomy-usa.com.
Check back with MyGamer for the full review in just a couple weeks.
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