Bandai Namco Games has been teasing a "mysterious new character" for Dragon Ball Xenoverse for a while now, with the general assumption of it being a customizable aspect of the game. This morning the company confirmed that the new character is, in fact… YOU! Screens and more after the jump.
There have been various versions of Scouters in toy form and other wearable headgear—and hey, Google Glass could probably tell you someone's power level—but Dragon Ball Z fan Kier Simmons has been working on something special for a while. See the latest update to his Scouter after the jump.
Since yesterday's post FUNimation has gone live with two more dub clips for Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods, which opens in North American theaters tomorrow. Watch as Shenron is summoned and a hero becomes a god after the jump.
Yesterday we posted a couple of Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods dub clips, but FUNimation isn't done hyping up the theatrical release just yet. The fourth clip is here to put the power of Lord Beerus on display after the jump.
FUNimation is back with more English dub clips promoting the theatrical release of Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods, which opens on August 5. Ticket info and purchases can be nabbed here, and you can see the "Show Me Your Moves" and "Uninvited Party Guests" promos after the jump.
Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods is expanding its theatrical showings starting August 5, and FUNimation is here with another dub clip to promote the English release. You can find more info on tickets here, and watch as Beerus gets the lowdown on our hero after the jump.
Part of the charm of Dragon Ball was the wide variety of sources that it whimsically drew from. However, its takes take on a genie has proven to be a bit troublesome. That international controversy didn't stop Eri Utsugi’s quirky casual fashion label mercibeaucoup from using Mr Popo inspired attired in their Dragon Ball collaboration.
THIS IS 100% REAL, the guys at Mega64 remind us, as they go wild for a live-action Dragon Ball Z film trailer. Technically they're not wrong, since FUNimation asked them to make their own trailer to help promote their release of Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods, and you can see the totally, seriously FUNi-approved results after the jump.