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With smooth controls, devastating combos, and numerous special abilities, Shinobi Rumble lets you fight your foes in the air or on the ground. How long can you juggle your enemy with your attacks?  Tackle a 21-chapter narrative or choose one of 16 fighters-including favorites like Naruto and Sasuke-and guide them through their own stories and an assortment of secret missions. With each victory, unlock new characters, stages, and Secret Techniques!  Compete against your friends in Wireless Battle mode for up to four players (local wireless, multi-card only).
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