Dragon Ball Z Extreme Butouden reach Nintendo 3DS in summer
Namco Bandai (Bandai Namco or) is squeezing the goose that lays golden eggs with new releases of Dragon Ball Z, these characters created by the great Akira Toriyama and increasingly coming to a console always seem to sweep in sales. It’s what has to be to have a franchise that is absolutely indestructible.
Now we have been taught a simple ‘scan’ of what looks like a page from a Japanese magazine (Shueisha’s V Jump) where you can see how this Dragon Ball Z Extreme Butoden according to these will initial reports, reach Nintendo 3DS next summer.
The thing must be far advanced that you can see in the console displays this image Dragon Ball Z Extreme Butoden will not divert much of the fighting classic and fights between some of the classic characters of the franchise. Only now in 3D.
The magazine is advanced that the game could have a cast of more than 100 characters that can be used in both fights against each one as team and come equipped (skills, we mean) with the ‘Ultimate Arts’ , which are bumps grace to finalize an enemy in the strongest way possible. For those who do not know, it’s like the ‘fatalities’ Mortal Kombat but removing all the gore and blood Warner franchise.
This game will be the first to reach the franchise Dragon Ball Z to the 3DS because the last thing you remember from Namco Bandai for portable Nintendo dates back to 2011 with DS. So it’s normal to have raised enough excitement, why not everyday lands a game of this lineage in our consoles.
Now the question is, will it take long to make the jump from Japan to Europe? Hopefully not.