Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission X Gets a Debut Trailer and New Screenshots

Bandai Namco releases the debut trailer for Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission X, bringing with it several screenshots and more Yamchas than you could blow-up in a lifetime.

on February 22, 2017 7:31 AM

The latest entry to the Dragon Ball franchise just got a debut trailer showing just about everything you’d expect from a Dragon Ball game and more.

The trailer, narrated by Future Trunks, shows the protagonist being sucked into an arcade game, bringing them to the world of Dragon Ball. Here they are able to fight it out in classic Dragon Ball style against up to five memorable characters at a time from all of the shows series’ (Dragon Ball, Dragon Ball Z, Dragon Ball GT, and Dragon Ball Super).

Demonstrated in the trailer is also the ability to customize the arcade itself, allowing the players to decorate the room in Dragon Ball memorabilia, including a giant Shenron statue.

The game will allow players to take control of over 240 characters (using a card system), giving this game the largest roster in the history of Dragon Ball video games. The cards can be used to allow any individual or combination of characters in any one match, including a jet pack-wearing Hercule Satan or a gang of five Yamcha, each sporting a different look from his time in the series.

The trailer and the screenshots can be viewed below.

Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission X releases in Japan on April 27 exclusively for the 3DS, no release date in the west has been announced just yet.

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