Namco Bandai Games Europe just confirmed all of the Dragon Ball games we’ve been mentioning here are heading to PAL territories this fall. If you have a console there’s a Dragon Ball game ready for you.
Dragon Ball Z: Attack of the Saiyans is the English version of Monolith Soft’s turnbased DS RPG. The game follows the Saiyan Saga and has a side story with dinosaurs. Considering Japan just got this game last month the turnaround time is pretty snappy.
Dragon Ball Z: Raging Burst is an extension of the Budokai Tenkaichi series for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Vegeta and pals are armed with a new Super Rising move and the ability to smash opponents into rocks for extra damage. Currently, Dragon Ball Z: Raging Burst has no release date in Japan, so Europe may be the first region in the world to get it.
Dragon Ball: Revenge of King Piccolo is the 3D sidescrolling Dragon Ball game for Wii. Unlike the other Dragon Ball games coming out this year this follows the original story where Goku is a kid. Dragon Ball: Revenge of King Piccolo covers the events between the Red Ribbon Saga and King Piccolo Saga. The announcement came with a bit of news too. Dragon Ball: Revenge of King Piccolo also has an unlockable versus mode. Namco Bandai Games Europe also plans on publishing the game with the original music and Japanese voiceovers.
No word if Atari, the go to publisher for Dragon Ball games in North America, will follow suit. Actually, they haven’t announced any of these Dragon Ball games… yet.