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  • 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: Third Dragon Ball Xenoverse DLC Pack Gives Fans A Look At Resurrection F Film

    Dragon Ball Xenoverse is set to receive its third downloadable content pack soon, and Bandai Namco has detailed what will be offered up when it launches. The pack includes new playable characters, quests, moves, and more. In addition, some of the contents will give players a special look at the upcoming... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] Dragon Ball Xenoverse Gets 2nd GT DLC Pack

    Update: Bandai Namco has confirmed that the DLC packs for Dragon Ball Xenoverse cost $9.99 each, or $24.99 for the season pass that includes all three. Original Story: On April 14, Dragon Ball Xenoverse is going to get its second GT DLC pack. Headlining the pack are four new characters including Eis... More
  • Blog Post: Dragon Ball Xenoverse Has Shipped 1.5 Million Units

    Dragon Ball Xenoverse launched on February 24 (here's our review ). Since then, the popularity of the game in North America and beyond has resulted in 1.5 million units shipping worldwide. Bandai Namco announced the milestone today, and producer Masayuki Hirano thanked fans for their support. For... More
  • Blog Post: Dragon Ball Xenoverse Gets Small Delay

    Dragon Ball Z's current-gen debut is going to take a little longer to release, but only a few days. Originally set for release on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 on February 17, the game will now now be available on February 24 – an extra day of waiting commemorating every... More
  • Blog Post: Learn About Dragon Quest's Surprise Inspirations

    The latest episode of Did You Know Gaming webs series takes a look at the Dragon Quest series and the involvement of Dragon Ball creator Akira Toriyama. RPGs like Ultima and Wizardry inspired the game's creation, which isn't too surprising, but a game released in Japan called The Portopia Serial... More
  • Blog Post: Mod Turns Half-Life Into A Dragon Ball Z Fighting Game

    It's a strange match, using the original Half-Life's engine to create a fan-made Dragon Ball Z fighting game, but it looks like it works. Screenshots for the mod show an impressive collection of characters, both obscure and popular, and they are all apparently equipped with signature moves. You... More
  • Blog Post: Dragon Ball Z Budokai HD Collection Coming To Europe

    Dragon Ball Z Budokai and Budokai 3 are getting HD upgrades and a packaged re-release for the Xbox 360 and Play Station 3 in Europe. I don't know if it is entirely deserving of the name 'collection', seeing as it skips the second game in the Budokai series, but that's just arguing semantics... More
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