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Naruto Online – Official browser game launches in English next week

[Game website] On July 20th, Oasis Games will be publishing Naruto Online in the Western regions on PC web broswers. Naruto Online is a turn-based browser MMORPG that is set entirely in the Naruto universe. This is the very first…

Naruto Online – Official browser game launches in English this month

[Game website] I truly wouldn’t have thought that Naruto Online will be localized for the English gamers. Naruto Online is a browser game which first appeared in China under Tencent Game, and publisher Oasis Games (subsidiary of an unknown China company) announced…

Naruto Online – Chinese government targeting unlicensed manga games

Last Friday, the Beijing Municipal Bureau of Copyright held a press conference to make an announcement about protecting the intellectual property (IP) rights for manga titles. Due to the explosive growth of mobile games in China (over 20,000 in operation), there…

Tencent Games Carnival 2014 – A look at the various game trailers

Tencent held its annual games carnival over the weekend, and other than ArcheAge and Blade & Soul, there are several client games on show as well. For Naruto Online, a new combo trailer was displayed, with the game having entered…

Naruto Online – Story will continue after manga ends next month

Tencent Games, together with co-developers Namco Bandai and CyberConnect2, held a major press conference for Naruto Online a few day ago in Tokyo, Japan. A new phase for Naruto Online (only in China) will begin in November, the same month the Naruto…

Naruto Online – A brief look at the official browser game by Tencent

There are many Naruto web games around, but only the one in China under Tencent Games is officially licensed by its Japan counterpart. A co-development effort with Namco Bandai and CyberConnect2 (developer of the Naruto console games), the story starts right from…

Naruto Online – “Bonds” test phase announced with 5 all-new characters

Earlier today at Tencent Games’ product launch event, it was announced that Naruto Online will begin is “Bonds” test phase on 29th May. A licensed browser game, it is co-developed by Morefun Studio (under Tencent Games), Namco Bandai and CyberConnect2,…

Naruto Online – Gameplay videos from Tencent Games Carnival 2013

Since it was announced as a browser game last year, responses have been pretty much mixed from the gamers over in China. The videos below should shed more light on how the game will be played. The main points will…

Naruto Online – Debut test phase begins next week in China

Naruto Online was first announced this time last year, and it is finally ready for its debut test phase on 5th December. Developed by Namco Bandai, CyberConnect2 and Tencent Games, Naruto Online is a China-exclusive browser title. As seen previously…

Naruto Online – Sneak peek at game demo from ChinaJoy 2013

Just a reminder, this game is officially signed with the Japanese IP owners, and it is a browser game. Yes, as announced a few months back, Naruto Online is a turn-based game, which left many fans in awe (negative awe).…

Naruto Online – Official turn-based browser game revealed

The reveal of Naruto Online being a turn-based browser game might disappoint gamers, but then again it is the first licensed Naruto game to go online.   Naruto Online will feature the Five Great Shinobi Countries as the available factions:…

Tencent Games – Legal letters sent to manga games developers

After announcing Naruto Online and signing a pact to license all manga under Shueisha in China, Tencent is set to crack down all games which are using the characters illegally in their games. The first step has been taken, with…

Naruto Online – More details to be revealed at annual Tencent event

First announced back in January, Tencent Games is ready to reveal more details for Naruto Online at its upcoming annual conference come 18th April in China. An official partnership with Shueisha, Namco Bandai and CyberConnect2, what we do know is…

Naruto Online – Tencent Games strikes deal with Shueisha

Tencent Games, the biggest online gaming company in China, has announced a ground-breaking deal with Japanese manga publisher Shueisha and games developer Namco Bandai for the rights of developing Naruto into a full-fledged browser MMORPG. Yes, the game is a…