Bandai Namco has announced a January release date for Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot. The company also confirmed that the Buu Saga will be covered by the game.
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Bandai Namco has released some more media for Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot. The trailer and screenshots show the Cell Saga as well as Goku and Piccolo’s attempts at earning a driving licence.
Bandai Namco has released a second free update for Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission. The update includes new characters, abilities, card, designs, and more.
Goku won’t be the only playable character in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot. Gohan, Piccolo, and Vegeta are also confirmed as playable, with a number of others acting in support roles.
Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot will give RPGamers the chance to play through the Dragon Ball Z series when it releases next year. Pascal Tekaia was able to spend some time with the game, trying out a few side activities before facing off against Raditz.
Bandai Namco followed up its earlier reveal of Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot with a selection of additional screenshots. The new images show the world map, world exploration, an apparent fishing minigame, and a battle against Raditz.
The game originally announced as Dragon Ball Game Project Z has been given its official title at E3. Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot will be coming to PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One early next year.
A free update is now available for Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission that adds new content and options for players. In addition, a free demo can be downloaded through both the eShop and Steam.
Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission’s card-battling spin on the franchise arrives in North America and Europe tomorrow. In preparation, Bandai Namco put out a new story trailer as well as a series of tutorial videos.
Various game modes have been detailed in Bandai Namco’s newest trailer for Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission. The modes included are an arcade mode, a network mode, and a creation mode.
“In the World of Dragon Ball, power levels matter.” Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission will surely see teams with power levels over 9000.
Deckbuilding Dragon Ball spin-off Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission is arriving on Switch and PC in a little under a month. Bandai Namco provided a new trailer showcasing how its battle system works.
A Card Edit mode highlights a new trailer for Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission. Fans that wanted to pair Mr. Popo with Mr. Satan will now have that opportunity.
Bandai Namco’s teased Dragon Ball Z action RPG has been officially announced. Though not yet titled, the game will see the company teaming up once more with developer CyberConnect2.
Bandai Namco has announced a new Dragon Ball title that will be releasing in the west. Card-battler Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission arrives in April.
Many faces from the various eras of Dragon Ball appear in this game. Unsurprisingly, the lineup does not include a playable version of Namek’s gargantuan elder Guru. Ginyu Force action!
Many criticisms can justly be leveled at Dragon Ball Z, but few would say that too little fighting with cards is one of them. This game seems to have been made to correct that nonexistent problem, and the results aren’t pretty. Super Saiyans have to fight Saibamen just like everyone else.
Apparently Goku is vulnerable to bank robbers and can fly for only a few seconds before getting tired. That’s one way to make him less intimidating, I suppose. Death by snakebite? Really?
The Super Saiyan is reputed to be the strongest warrior in the cosmos, but in this game one of them can be easily killed by alligators. You learn something new every day. His name is Mister Satan. I have never considered him Hercule.
More mysteries of the Dragon Ball universe revealed! See – characters forget they can fly to escape a self-destructing vessel! See – criminals who can put up a fight with Super Saiyans! See – Majin Buu wait patiently for characters to gain enough levels to fight him! All in this game! Let’s face it, Satan City is cooler than anything Hercule.