Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission X for the Nintendo 3DS, out in April in Japan

The Nintendo 3DS is quite the platform for Dragon Ball fans, as it’s been getting quite a lot of games based on the popular franchise throughout its lifespan. There’s been two Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission games (based on the arcade game), Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden (2D fighting game developed by Arc System Works), and of course the popular Dragon Ball Fusions (developed by Ganbarion).

The two Dragon Ball Heroes game sold over 200 000 units (over 300 000 units for the first one), Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden sold over 150 000 units, and Dragon Ball Fusions is already over 200 000 units and well on its way to 250 000 units. In other words: the series is selling pretty well on Nintendo’s handheld, so it’s no wonder to see that Bandai-Namco is not ready to give up on it just yet.

In the latest issue of V-Jump magazine, a brand new Dragon Ball game for the Nintendo 3DS will be revealed — Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission X. Unfortunately, we don’t know much about it, other than it will be released on April 27th in Japan, just in time for the Golden Week.

The first-print copies will include 5 Super Dragon Ball Heroes cards:

  • Special H Avatar Card
  • Son Goku: Xeno
  • Vegeta: Xeno
  • Dark Devil Towa
  • SSGSS Vegeta

Here’s the very first scan for the game:

Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission X (3DS) will be released on April 27th in Japan. The Upcoming Releases page has been updated!

Source: V-Jump
Via: Yonkou-Prod


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