The fans of “Dragon Ball” across the globe have much to be excited about, as their much awaited “Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden” is set to be released soon in the Eastern part of the world, but at the same time the Western fans can place their order for the game. Read on to know more details.
Currently, “Dragon Ball Super” is airing, and the news of “Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden” has doubled the excitement of the fans. Based on the reports of IBTimes, e-tailer Amazon has announced that the Western followers can preorder the game and get a virtual copy of a Super Famicom game as bonus. Apparently, the Super Famicom game is nothing other than the “Dragon Ball Z: Super Butoden 2.”
The treat for fans doesn’t ends here, as they can also get six supporting characters for their preordered copies – Kid Goku, Baby Goku, Super Vegito, Kid Gohan, Metal Cooler and Garlic Jr.
The game seems to be trying hard to tap the younger demographics. The game has got quite good review.
Meanwhile, the creator of the game, Arc System Works has made decision for a 3 vs. 3 battles and shifted away from the classic one-on-one fights just like the “Marvel vs. Capcom” game series.
Besides, there are more than 100 available characters to be choosed by the players, including some characters from “Dragon Ball Resurrection F” movie. The combos have rally made the game an amazing one, making it more flexible along with unusual attacks. It has also offered six game modes – Adventure Mode, Z-Story, Quest Mode, Extreme World Tournament, Versus Mode and Battle Mode.
The “Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden” is already available at a $29.99 preordering price. The game is also available with “Fire Emblem Fates: Conquests” and “The Legend of Legacy” for $109.94.
The “Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden”game, which is set for the Nintendo 3DS, will be available in stores from October this year.
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