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Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z - TGS 2013 Trailer

19 SEP 2013 From the popular Tokyo Game Show video game convention in Japan
  • Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z - TGS 2013 Trailer

Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z - TGS 2013 Trailer

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From the popular Tokyo Game Show video game convention in Japan, Namco Bandai released an all new trailer confirming new art, gameplay, and characters from Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z.



Developed by Artdink, Namco Bandai promises a new mechanics and gameplay never before seen. Battle of Z is a team-battler that’s coming to PS3, PS Vita and Xbox 360. “The Dragon Ball games continue to thrill fans across Europe, and Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z brings some very exciting new features to the series,” said Olivier Comte, senior vice president, Namco Bandai Games Europe.


The trailer reveals a lot of thing about the game including characters from the latest DRAGON BALL Z BATTLE OF GODS movie, brand new anime introduction video, special editions, covered arcs. The trailer also confirms Sage Gokou which promises that not only his looks will feal like a ninja but his moveset as well.



In Namco Bandai’s Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3, Naruto Uzumaki was shown wearing Dragon Ball Z’s Goku custom. Now, in the up-coming Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z, Goku will be able to gear up with Naruto’s Sage Mode Costume! The inspiration for the costume is likely the crossover drawing done by Naruto’s Masashi Kishimoto and Dragon Ball Z’s Akira Toriyama, in which each author drew their own hero character with the other’s clothes.



Namco Bandai annouced that the Pre-order of Battle of Z comes with 2 exclusive in-game DLC Characters, SUPER VEGITO and SUPER SAIYAN BARDOCK. “Those two characters will be available solely via pre-order across Europe and Australasia! Day 1 Edition, will include a bonus DLC with Goku (Naruto Uzumaki Sage Mode),” said Namco Bandai.



Battle of Z is a team-battler that’s coming to PS3, PS Vita and Xbox 360 early 2014.

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