Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission X Announced For 3DS In Japan On April 27

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Bandai Namco revealed the latest Dragon Ball game in the newest issue of V-Jump magazine, with Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission X, featuring plenty of characters from the universe. [Thanks, @YonkuProd.]

 

Ultimate Mission X is based on the Dragon Ball Heroes arcade game by Dimps and uses a trading card game system. While no further details were shared as far as gaemplay goes, first-print copies include a 5-card set for Super Dragon Ball Heroes on arcade with the “Special Hero Card,” “Son Goku: Xeno,” “Vegeta: Xeno,” “Dark Majin Towa,” and “Vegito (SSGSS).”

 

Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission X releases in Japan on April 27, 2017 for Nintendo 3DS.


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