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New Dragon Ball Z Game For 3DS Is A 2D Fighter With Over 100 Characters



Bandai Namco recently released Dragon Ball Xenoverse in Japan, with a Western release for it next week, but the latest issue of V-Jump shows that  franchise is getting another title later this year with Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden for 3DS. [Thanks, Zaregoto.]


According to the report, Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden features over a total of over 100 characters in the 2D action fighter.


The magazine scan shows an image with Goku fighting Frieza, and he has Dende, Yamcha, Mr. Satan (Hercule), and Dr. Brief as assist characters. They also show Bulma and Chichi as assist characters, showing the former using Capsule Corps gadgets for attacks and the latter shouting asking where is Goku.


While gameplay details are light at the moment, there will be 1v1 and team fights in the upcoming title. Additionally, the scan mentions that Arc System Works are developing the title.


Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden will release in Japan this summer for Nintendo 3DS.

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