By Spencer . August 6, 2014 . 2:10am
You might recall Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission had a mini-game that used the Nintendo 3DS’ camera to determine your power level. Bandai Namco beefed this up for Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission 2 and added a multiplayer mode.
Players will have to work together to defeat giant bosses in the sequel. By work together, we mean you’ll need to scan your friend’s faces to get their power levels to fight enemies.
Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission 2 is slated for release this Thursday in Japan.