Dragonball Heroes: Ultimate Mission 2 Brings More Kamehameha Card Action To 3DS
Like a fireball out of the blue, we’re getting Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission 2 for the Nintendo 3DS. The video game is a sequel to the original video game version of Dragon Ball Heroes, a card-based arcade game in Japan.
Yes, that does include all the shiny rare and powerful cards that you would expect from a card game. Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission 2 will itself feature more than 2000 different cards—mostly variants of the various Dragon Ball characters.
If you happen to own the first Nintendo 3DS game, you can also transfer your cards over. These character cards then get chosen by you to join a battle. Like the arcade game, players “place” their cards on the touch screen once battle is joined, and then control them using the stylus to move them about, attack or unleash Kamehameha special attacks. As the above screencap shows, Goku can transform as his special ability.
Dragonball Heroes: Ultimate Mission 2 will be available for the Nintendo 3DS in 2014.