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Namco Bandai has announced a new DBZ game, Battle of Z, which is ‘coming soon’ to Europe.
It has been revealed for PS3 and Vita but sadly, not PS4. Though DBZ on the go is nothing to scoff at!
Creating a 3D fighter based on a long-running anime is a massive challenge. Fans expect all the characters to be in the game, and for every one of them to be equipped with their special moves. That’s before considering how to recreate the unique fighting experience; which is destructive and fast with lots of verticality.
Namco Bandai has released new screenshots of the completely reconstructed anime included in all copies of Raging Blast 2.
Namco released tons of gameplay screenshots and artwork for Dragon Ball: Raging Blast 2. The new trailer that debuted at Gamescom briefly shows us ‘Plans to eradicate the Super Saiyans’, a 30 minute anime that is included with the game.
Planning to be at GamesCom next week in Cologne? If so, you’ll be able to go hands-on with Namco Bandai’s solid collection of upcoming titles. Amongst the top PS3 games available to play will be Enslaved: Odyssey to the West and Majin and the Forsaken Kingdom.
Namco Bandai Games have announced today that the sequel to last year’s Dragon Ball: Raging Blast is due out later this fall. Aptly titled Raging Blast 2, the game will feature must of the same high flying, ki blasting, action as the first.
There are, however, a few notable additions to the game…
In case you were tired of the already dozens of playable characters in Dragon Ball Z: Raging Blast, Namco Bandai plan on releasing customized DLC packs from now until April 2010.
These packs will be available to download for free and have already begun with the Warriors on Earth pack which is already available on the PSN and features Krillin, Yamcha, Tien and Chiaotzu.
The Dragon Ball franchise has been with Atari for quite some time, that is, until now. It looks like the series will be heading back home to its original Japanese publisher, Namco Bandai. The company states that they will publish all Dragon Ball games for five years starting January 2010. They will also take over the most recent DB games; Dragon Ball: Raging Blast, Dragon Ball: Revenge of King Piccolo, and Dragon Ball Z: Attack of the Saiyans all this year. Looks like Atari is going to be sailing through some rough waters…