Naruto – Set 3 (Blu-Ray) – REGION LOCKED

Naruto – Set 3

BD Region: A (Confirmed NOT playable in the UK)
– Boxart states Region A Only

Episodes: 56 – 82 (4 Blu-Ray Discs)

Plot: Get ready to cheer for your favorite characters, because the Chunin Exam battles are on! Naruto’s Shadow Clones face a wall of hands when he takes on Neji. In the midst of a bitter match between Sasuke and Gaara,

Orochimaru strikes! Together with the sinister Sound Ninja, he wreaks his serpentine revenge on The Village Hidden in the Leaves with only the Hokage to stop him. Naruto desperately tries to keep a rampaging Gaara from succumbing to his rage! Can he break through Gaara’s pain?

Naruto – Set 2 (Blu-Ray) – REGION LOCKED

Naruto – Set 2

BD Region: A (Confirmed NOT playable in the UK)
– Boxart states Region A Only

Episodes: 28 – 55 (4 Blu-Ray Discs)

Plot: Naruto’s class takes a trip to the Forest of Death where many dangers await, including a snakelike foe who leaves his mark on Sasuke!

Then it’s all the great one-on-one matches you remember in the Chunin Exams! Watch Lee struggle against the sadistic sand wielder, Gaara.

Then Naruto finds it’s a dog-eat-dog world as he faces Kiba. And Sakura takes on her not-so-best-friend, Ino. Finally, watch the legend be forged as Naruto begins training under the one and only Pervy Sage, Jiraiya!

Naruto – Set 1 (Blu-Ray) – REGION LOCKED

Naruto – Set 1

BD Region: A (Confirmed NOT playable in the UK)
– Boxart states Region A Only

Episodes: 1 – 27 (4 Blu-Ray Discs)

Plot: The little ninja that changed the world finally comes to Blu-ray!

Journey back to a simpler time when Naruto was a little scamp pulling pranks and defacing monuments.

A social outcast with the dreaded Nine-Tailed Fox Spirit locked inside of him, Naruto’s infectious optimism and never-give-up attitude propels him towards the path of greatness. Relive the outrageous beginnings of a generation of ninja that would go on to become legends!

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