Namco Bandai Games Comments On Spelling Error On Naruto Powerful Shippuden’s Box Cover

Naruto_Powerful_Shippuden_charactersNamco Bandai Games says it’s aware that there is a spelling error on some of the printed box covers for Naruto Powerful Shippuden, which launches next week for the Nintendo 3DS. The publisher assures consumers that the spelling error will be revised for additional pressings of the game, and to players who receive one of the flawed covers and want it replaced, Namco Bandai Games will be providing printable replacement labels online.

“NAMCO BANDAI is aware of the labeling error for Naruto Powerful Shippuden. The spelling will be corrected for additional pressings of the game and we are currently working on an online solution to provide a printable replacement label for all our customers who would like to replace their box covers.”

-Namco Bandai Games representative

Namco Bandai Games Makes Spelling Error On Naruto Powerful Shippuden’s Box Art

Naruto_Powerful_Shippuden_box_art_mistakeRemember when Capcom misspelled the word ‘revelations’ on the box art for the Nintendo 3DS version of Resident Evil: Revelations? Well, it turns out that Capcom isn’t the only publisher to have a mistake on the box art for its own game. As you can see in the photo above, Namco Bandai Games misspelled the word ‘Naruto’ on the box art for Naruto Powerful Shippuden, which launches next week for the Nintendo 3DS.