|Anime||Naruto Shippūden Episode #377|
|Game||Naruto Shippūden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution|
|Appears in||Anime, Game|
Mecha-Kurama's main body looks like a robot version of a fox-like creature. It was considerably large and has nine tails made out of pure flames.
Akatsuki Suppression Mission
After Mecha-Naruto turns on Orochimaru, the latter summons Mecha-Kurama to Konohagakure in order to enact the destruction of the village. Though the mechanical tailed beast manages to do a great deal of damage to the village, it is destroyed when Mecha-Naruto sacrifices itself by using all of the Nine-Tails chakra within it in order to destroy Mecha-Kurama.
In Other Media
Although Mecha-Kurama itself is not playable, Mecha-Naruto takes on its form as his awakening in Naruto Shippūden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution. In the game, Mecha Kurama is the destructive evil personality of Mecha-Naruto. Mecha-Kurama later makes another appearance as Mecha-Naruto's awakening in Naruto Shippūden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4.
- Its appearance is heavily reminiscent of Mecha anime from the 1970s and 80s, particularly the Mazinger series.
- Much like Mecha-Naruto, Mecha-Kurama is a parody of MechaGodzilla from the Godzilla franchise.
- In the English and Japanese version, unlike Mecha-Naruto, which speaks in a nasal, robot voice, Mecha-Kurama speaks with Naruto's voice.
- Naruto Shippūden episode 377