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.
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.
Dragon Ball Kai: Ultimate Butouden has a rock-paper-scissors style system for regular attacks. We’ll start with weak attacks.
Strong attacks beat those
And throws counter strong attacks, but are bested by a swift weak attack.
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.
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.
While Dragon Ball Kai: Ultimate Butouden has touch screen specials, there are also button commands for players who want traditional controls.
Dragon Ball Kai: Ultimate Butouden is slated for February 3 in Japan.