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Naruto Storm Demo Via Quore

Perhaps one of the better reasons to cash in your PSN dollars for an episode or two of Quore might be the ability to access exclusive content.  Is it worth it?  Think about it, you are essentially paying for Quore and the services that come with it, so whats the big deal?

The problem is the extras in Quore.  You see, you were able to access demos for some time at no charge but that might be short lived in the near future.  Yea, it’s motivation to get the service, but aren’t demo’s suppose to be free in the first place? Perhaps a plan to have the demo exclusive to Quore for a while, then available across PSN would be a better idea.

But how do you plan something like that?  It’s an interesting thought given that the majority of Sony’s online service is free.  Considering that Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm is an exclusive title for the PS3, you can’t help but wonder if this going to become a trend for titles like this.  At least you can buy into the service on a per episode basis, so you can get what you want when you want it.  I’m just still filling funky about having to get the demo this way though because I’m a cheap bastard.  There, I said it, bite me. :)

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3 Responses to “Naruto Storm Demo Via Quore”

  1. Naruto Obsesanator on August 9th, 2008 3:30 pm

    wow i played the demo on ps3, ITS THE BEST NARUTO GAME YET THE GRAFICS ARE AMAIZING TOO!!!! IM SUPER HAPPY :D

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  2. nithin on September 15th, 2008 6:01 am

    where can i find the demo

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  3. DW on September 15th, 2008 7:21 am

    You can get the demo on PSN. Check the downloads section.

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