Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission 2 brings some features to Nintendo 3DS that weren't in the original arcade game on which the portable series is based. In addition to a new Ultimate Universe mode, players will be able to play through all 21 chapters of the first Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission with improved visuals. See a new commercial after the jump.
Bandai Namco Games recently slapped its upcoming Dragon Ball Z game with the title Dragon Ball Xenoverse. The latest details involve the mysterious new character shown in the announcement trailer, along with plenty of vague info and some screens after the jump.
Back in December of last year web series Did You Know Gaming? took a plunge into the world of Dragon Ball Z games. Now they're back with part 2, offering up more trivia on the games of the franchise, with narration provided by parody group TeamFourStar's KaiserNeko. Learn some more after the jump.
Along with announcing the cast (Jason Douglas and Ian Sinclair are new characters Beerus and Whis), FUNimation has posted a theatrical trailer for Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods, coming to North America in a special event screening planned for August 5-9. Get a look after the jump.
Friday the 13th is a lucky day for Shonen Jump fans with Bandai's Megatre Shop launching pre-orders for a set of Chess Piece Collection R "Strong 9" Dragon Ball Z Kai x One Piece x Toriko game pieces. Get a look after the jump.
Bandai Namco slapped a name on the upcoming Dragon Ball Z fighter that was first revealed last month. Dragon Ball Xenoverse is coming to PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One, and you can catch a first look at the game in action after the jump.
A new Dragon Ball game project was announced a few days ago, with plans for release on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and Xbox 360. Hit the jump for the teaser site and first screenshots.
The Epic Rap Battles web series is back, and this time the contest at hand has the potential to destroy entire worlds. Two of the strongest fighters in the universe, Superman and Dragon Ball Z's Goku, go toe to toe in the clip after the jump.
Details are scant at the moment, but according to the July issue of V Jump magazine, Bandai Namco Games is getting ready to bring PlayStation 4 its first Dragon Ball game, and first Jump game in general. The new untitled project is also in the works for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Hit the jump for more.