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New Ad Campaigns for Naruto: Shinobi Collection Mobile Social Game


A couple of new video ads have been released for the upcoming Naruto-themed mobile social game Naruto: Shinobi Collection. The game is produced by mobile game developer GREE and will serve as a replacement to Naruto: Shinobi Masters.

The adverts promote the Smartphone Card RPG and announces a special S Rank Rare Giveaway along with the TV Broadcast. The adverts themselves show in-game footages interspersed with scenes from the anime (yes, this is an officially licensed game, unlike many of the Naruto social games floating around on the web and on the app store.)

You can check out the adverts below:

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Neil Raymundo

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