Viz Releases Naruto-Themed XBox Avatar Clothing Items


Source: Viz Media
Summary:

Viz Media released fifteen new Naruto-themed Avatar clothing items to the XBox Live Marketplace. Four T-shirts and eleven costumes, which range in price from $1.00 to $3.99, are currently available to XBox 360 and XBox One users. The virtual T-shirts are based on existing designs, which are currently sold through major retailers.


Viz Media released fifteen new Naruto-themed Avatar clothing items to the XBox Live Marketplace. Four T-shirts and eleven costumes, which range in price from $1.00 to $3.99, are currently available to XBox 360 and XBox One users. The virtual T-shirts are based on existing designs, which are currently sold through major retailers.

January 8, 2014

VIZ MEDIA ANNOUNCES NEW WAY FOR XBOX 360 AND XBOX LIVE USERS TO CUSTOMIZE THEIR AVATARS WITH A FUN SELECTION OF NARUTO SHIPPUDEN-INSPIRED VIRTUAL ATTIRE AND IMAGERY

T-Shirts, Costumes, And Other Colorful Icons Are Available Now And Give An Xbox User’s Avatar A Fun Customized Look Inspired By The Smash Hit Ninja Action Series

Naruto Shippuden XBox Avatar Outfits 001 - 20140109VIZ Media gives Xbox 360 and Xbox Live users across North America a fun new way to show their love for the hit NARUTO SHIPPUDEN anime. Fans can customize their avatars with a selection themed iconography from the hit series, including t-shirts and full costumes. Xbox Live Avatars represent users of the Xbox Live service on the Xbox 360 and Xbox One video game consoles. Users are invited to visit http://marketplace.xbox.com/en-US/AvatarMarketplace to shop a range of fun NARUTO SHIPPUDEN-inspired items that are available now.

A selection of NARUTO SHIPPUDEN custom virtual attire, including four (4) t-shirts and eleven (11) costumes, are now available for between $1.00 and $3.99 each. NARUTO avatar themes are available to Xbox 360 and Xbox One users of the innovative Xbox Live service. Fans can also purchase real-world versions of the virtual NARUTO t-shirts from leading apparel retailers, including ThinkGeek: http://www.thinkgeek.com/product/11a4/.

Created by Masashi Kishimoto, NARUTO was first introduced in Weekly Shonen Jump magazine in Japan in 1999 and quickly became that country’s most popular ninja manga properties. The manga series (rated ‘T’, in print and digital editions) and anime counterpart (NARUTO & NARUTO SHIPPUDEN, rated ‘TV-14’) are some of VIZ Media’s most successful titles and have captivated millions of fans across North America, Europe, and South America. Additional information on NARUTO and NARUTO SHIPPUDEN is available at www.viz.com/Naruto.

 

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