Dragon Ball Project Z Not For Switch

Bandai Namco Entertainment finally revealed their DRAGON BALL GAME – PROJECT Z Action RPG and it’s coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Steam in 2019, not Nintendo Switch. The game is being developed by CyberConnect2. Check out the announcement trailer below…

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Dragon Ball Games Permanently Reduced

Bandai Namco Entertainment have permanently reduced the following Dragon Ball games on the Japanese 3DS eShop:-

  • Dragon Ball Z: Chou Kyuukyoku Butouden (¥6,145 → ¥3,024)
  • Dragon Ball Fusions (¥6,156 → ¥3,024)
  • Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission X (¥6,156 → ¥3,024)
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Dragon Ball FighterZ Dated

Bandai Namco Entertainment will release Dragon Ball FighterZ for Nintendo Switch on 27 September 2018 priced at ¥7,344. The Switch version will not include all the previous DLC but includes a download code for the Super Famicom game Dragon Ball Z: Super Butouden.

Other early purchase benefits include the playable characters Goku and Vegeta (SSGSS) and a Super Rare card for the arcade game Super Dragon Ball Heroes. The Switch version also adds “Extreme Type” so players can unleash special moves with ease. Switch trailer added below…

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Dragon Ball Z: Kyoshu! Saiyan coming to 3DS

Bandai Namco have confirmed that the 1990 Famicom game Dragon Ball Z: Kyoshu! Saiyan (Dragon Ball Z: Assault of the Saiyans) will come as a download code with the New Nintendo 3DS hardware bundle packs of Dragon Ball Fusions which releases on 4 August. The game is already part of the J Legend Retsuden compilation which released on 3DS back in 2013.

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New Dragon Ball collection

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Bandai Namco today announced Dragon Ball Super Ultimate Heroes W Pack for Nintendo 3DS which will be a limited edition special gold box containing the games Dragon Ball Heroes Ultimate Mission 2 and Dragon Ball Z Extreme Butoden plus 60 QR codes that can be used in the two titles. Scheduled for 17 December, the pack will cost a whopping ¥11,102 ($90).