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  • Blog Post: Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden Confirmed For Western Release

    Just when you thought that the flood of new game announcements had subsided, Bandai Namco has one more thing. The publisher has confirmed another Dragon Ball Z title for western release this year. Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden, developed by Arc System Works, will arrive on October 20. The 3DS title... More
  • Blog Post: Arc System Works Buys Double Dragon And Other Technos IP

    Arc System Works is now the proud owner of Bimmy and Jimmy Lee and a number of other properties created by Technos. These include Double Dragon, River City Ransom, and the Super Dodge Ball series. Technos went out of business in the late 1990s, and its assets were purchased by Million Co., Ltd. Million... More
  • Blog Post: Here Are All The Details Of Dragon Ball Xenoverse's Resurrection F DLC Arriving Next Week

    Bandai Namco has fully detailed Dragon Ball Xenoverse's third DLC pack, which predominantly features assets from the new film, Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection F . The DLC will be available on June 9 on all platforms (though Bandai Namco does note that the exact time of release may differ among platforms... More
  • Blog Post: See The Japan-exclusive Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden For 3DS In Action

    Bandai Namco Japan recently released a long video showing off some of the combat from Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden for 3DS. If you're unfamiliar, it's a fighting game for 3DS from Arc System Works, a studio best known for Guilty Gear and Blazblue. The game has not been announced for release... More
  • Blog Post: Take A Look At The Japan-Only Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden From The Makers Of Guilty Gear

    Arc System Works, the studio behind fighters like Guilty Gear and BlazBlue, have a new Dragon Ball Z game coming to 3DS soon in Japan. You can check out a very brief trailer Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden below as well as a collection of screens in the gallery at the bottom of the page. The game will... More
  • Blog Post: BlazBlue Chronophantasma Extend Hits This Summer

    Aksys Games has announced that BlazBlue Chronophantasma Extend is coming to the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, and the Xbox One in both physical and digital forms sometime this summer. BBCPEX is the enhanced edition of BlazBlue Chronophantasma, the third main entry in the BlazBlue series... More
  • Blog Post: Persona 4 Arena Arcade Announced For Japan, New Fighters

    Update: We reached out to Atlus to find out if any more details could be gleaned about to this new Persona 4 Arena outside of what has already been detailed. Unfortunately, Atlus was not ready to share any new details. The information covered by Famitsu magazine is in regard to the game's currently... More
  • Blog Post: [Update: Solved!] What's Atlus Teasing With This Mysterious Image?

    [Update] As we wrote in the original story below, the most likely explanation for this teaser image seemed to be confirming that Atlus was bringing Persona 4: The Ultimate in Mayonaka Arena (a 2D fighting game) to the States. In the comments to this story, GI reader Michael Braiser observantly spotted... More
  • Blog Post: New 3DS Title Coming From River City Ransom Studio

    Venerable (and venerated) beat-em-up developer Arc System Works is reportedly working on a 3DS title to be shown at Tokyo Game Show later this month. Siliconera reports that the title on a TGS exhibitor list translates to "Hot-Blooded Tough Guy Kunio-kun", which is awesome and also the Japanese... More
  • Blog Post: BlazBlue Hits 3DS, PSP On May 31

    Aksys Games is bringing the 2D anime-style fighter to portable systems with BlazBlue: Continuum Shift II next month. Calling this a sequel is overstating the case. Continuum Shift II is more accurately described as an enhanced port for handhelds. Even so, bringing an expanded version of the full home... More
  • Blog Post: Taito Bringing Digital Game Distribution To Arcades In Japan

    Japanese game company Taito announced a new digital distribution system for arcade games, catchily titled NESiCAxLive, for Japan at the recent Amusement Machine Show in Chiba. The system will work much like Valve's Steam, allowing arcade owners with compatible Taito machines to download games directly... More
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