Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butouden is almost out on Nintendo 3DS in Japan. Bandai Namco Games has a new promo for Arc System Works' 2D fighter, showing a bunch of gameplay and some intense game faces on the kids playing after the jump.
With the Arc System Works-developed Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butouden fighter due out on Nintendo 3DS in Japan next month, Bandai Namco Games has an extended gameplay trailer showing off the 2D battles. Hit the jump for more.
Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butouden has another fighter joining its extensive roster. According to the June issue of Shueisha's V Jump magazine, Super Saiyan God SS Vegeta will join in on the action as a Z assist character, with a download code available on tickets for Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection 'F' in Japan.
Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butouden is coming to Nintendo 3DS with over 100 fighters, some of which are assist characters like Bulma and Chichi. The Arc System Works-developed 2D fighting game hasn't had a lot of footage out there yet, but there is a new batch of screens showing a few matches and some character art after the jump.
We finally have some video of Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butouden, Arc System Works' upcoming 2D fighter for Nintendo 3DS, thanks to a TV spot. The footage after the jump is brief, but it definitely helps emphasize the absurd amount of characters.
Following up on the early magazine reveals from the past week, Bandai Namco officially announced Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butouden for Nintendo 3DS and launched a website. Hit the jump for pics and more.