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Naruto characters who are exclusive to video games or video game series based on the franchise.

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Uzumaki Chronicles series

    Karin Kagura 
Voiced by: Karen Strassman (EN)
The young proprietress of the "Emporium Karin" ninja tools shop, initially depressed due to her father's recent passing and the downturn in business due to her gloomy attitude. She contracts Naruto to help save her business, and with his support she becomes more cheerful and outgoing.
  • Arms Dealer: She sells ninja tools and weaponry.
  • Character Development: She starts off depressed due to her father's death, but with Naruto's support she manages to break out of her funk and becomes more outgoing and cheerful.
  • Precocious Crush: She develops a crush on Naruto later on into the game, though he is oblivious to this.


Naruto: Clash of Ninja series

Voiced by: Cindy Robinson (EN)

The main villain of Naruto: Clash of Ninja Revolution 2. An ex-ANBU agent who desired to become Tsunade's apprentice and then Hokage. When both those dreams were crushed, she fled Konoha with a scroll containing a powerful forbidden genjutsu. Upon mastering it, she returns to destroy the village by turning its own ninja against one another alongside Bando.

  • Big Bad: The main antagonist of the game at first.
  • Combat Stilettos: Wears high heels in battle, much like her former idol Tsunade.
  • Hate Plague: The main power behind her genjutsu; it warps the minds of all the ninja caught in it and causes them to see their friends as enemies. Defeating the afflicted can reverse it at first, but a perfected form later in the game can only be broken by defeating Kagura.
  • Knife Nut: Her main weapons are a variety of kunai daggers, similar to Tenten, but with strings attached to presumably guide them.
  • Malevolent Masked Man: Or rather, woman. When she first appears. The mask is knocked off in the first fight with her.
  • Unwitting Pawn: Of Bando and Kabuto.

Voiced by: Roger Craig Smith (EN)

The secondary villain of Naruto: Clash of Ninja Revolution 2. A weapons dealer who wants to destroy Konoha and upset the balance of power between the five villages, causing war to break out and demand for his weapons to skyrocket.


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