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Dragon Ball Kai: Ultimate Butouden is Namco Bandai’s next Dragon Ball fighting game. Like other games in the series you can take brawl on the ground or in the sky.

 

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See the bottom screen? That’s reserved for touch screen special moves. Tap any attack name to unleash a super attack like a Kamehameha or Frieza’s death beam.

 

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Dragon Ball Kai: Ultimate Butouden has a rock-paper-scissors style system for regular attacks. We’ll start with weak attacks.

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Strong attacks beat those

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And throws counter strong attacks, but are bested by a swift weak attack.

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You can block weak attacks by not pressing a button in Dragon Ball Kai: Ultimate Butouden. The Nintendo DS game has an auto guard system.

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This won’t work against strong attacks or throws. You have to defend against those by pressing the B button to use the dodge command.

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While Dragon Ball Kai: Ultimate Butouden has touch screen specials, there are also button commands for players who want traditional controls.

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Dragon Ball Kai: Ultimate Butouden is slated for February 3 in Japan.

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