Over 100 Characters for Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden

By Jorge Ba-oh 02.04.2015 2

Over 100 Characters for Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden on Nintendo gaming news, videos and discussion

The popular fighting cast of Dragon Ball Z are teleporting and unleashing fireballs on Nintendo 3DS this June.

Bandai Namco and developer Arc System Works have summoned a new trailer for Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden, a Nintendo 3DS fighting game that features a vast number of characters - both playable and assist. Key locations, special moves, transformations and nippy combos will be available, as heroes and villains do battle across the universe.

The likes of Goku, Buu, Android 18, Vegeta, Gotenks and many more spiky haired Toriyama creations will be available, each out to collect those notorious golden wishing balls.


 

Which characters would you like to play as in Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden?

Box art for Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden
Developer

Arc System Works

Publisher

Bandai Namco

Genre

Fighting

Players

1

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There's even baby Goku in a pod, I mean, every single significant character must be in the game,

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Yeah but then a lot of them are the same character at a different stage of the story. there must be like 10 different Goku, 7 different Vegeta, etc... which is lame in my book. And I kinda regret after they did such awesome looking character models on the original DS in Dragon Ball Z Kai: Ultimate Butouden, that they reverted back to 2D sprites in this one. It wasn't Arc System Works that did the last one though, it was Game Republic. Game Republic was cool at making good looking 3D on the original DS but Arc System Works has, to my knowledge, no big record of doing 3D games, 2D sprites is their turf. Wish they'd hired Game Republic again. Not to dis the work on 2D sprites, but I prefered the 3D character models moving more fluidly.

It's cool that they include Super Butouden 2 on the cart though Smilie. Meaning SNES games CAN be done on 3DS!!

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