Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission showers its audience with a torrent of fan service, such as a fusion between Gohan and Trunks, or a Super Saiyan 4 transformation with Gohan or Bardock. The release on the Nintendo Switch brings Japan’s popular arcade card game into the living room or on the go.
Some series are able to flit between genres successfully. Arc the Lad did not prove to be one of them, and this game helps explain why the series hasn’t been seen in a long time.
There is more to the world than what you see. There is truth out there that cannot be believed. Here’s a game that wants the world to know, we are not alone. And what a weird world it is.
The previous games in the Arc the Lad series have been tactical RPGs, but things are different this time around. Are these changes for better or for worse?
When the earth is barren, humans wing through the sky, and islands float in the air, it’s not exactly Kansas any more. That doesn’t mean it can’t be the basis of a game, however. See what RPGamer thought about the GameCube fare from Namco.
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