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First up, some Naruto. While the manga is still busy with the same fight that it started a year ago, who the hell knows where the anime series is right now. I’m guessing it’s throwing out filler episodes that go beyond what a filler episode is.

Anyway, Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 Full Burst drops soon, in case you wanted to not only play the same game yet again, but pay double for it as well. There are some differences, which you can see in the trailer below.

Moving on, we haven’t had a proper Dragonball Z game in a while, most likely due to the fact that recent titles require controls so complex that you can operate the Large Hadron Collider when you’re done learning them.

Thanks to a new film arriving this year, Dragonball Z finally has some new material, present in Battle of Z. Another trailer below, this time featuring everyone fighting and proving that the English dub was far more superior than the original anime vocals.

Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 Full Burst arrives October 25, while Dragonball Z: Battle of Z lands sometime in 2014.

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Last Updated: October 21, 2013

was reviewed on PC

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