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Dragon Ball Demon Breaker, the fan made project inspired by Devil May Cry

Dragon Ball Demon Breaker, a fan made project inspired by Akira Toriyama's manga, brings the gameplay of Devil May Cry among the Saiyans. The guys from Saiya-Slash Team and ATLAS Studios Colombia are in fact ...

Dragon Ball FighterZ, Goku Ultra Instinct is coming on May 22nd

Dragon Ball FighterZ will see the arrival of the long-awaited Goku Ultra Instinct in this month, precisely on May 22nd. The second character from the third pack of bonus characters will join the now numerous roster of fighters ...

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, the discarded graphic style was more faithful to the manga

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot initially had to have a very different graphic style, much closer to that of the manga. Here are the pictures. It often happens to discard ideas while developing a video game, and it is ...
Goku GT joins the Dragon Ball FighterZ roster

Dragon Ball FighterZ: Goku GT arrives

The latest issue of V-Jump, a Japanese magazine that deals with manga and video games, announced that Goku baby from Dragon Ball GT will join the Dragon Ball FighterZ roster. This version will go to ...

Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission brings virtual cards to the West

Bandai Namco has announced the arrival of Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission in the West, both for Nintendo Switch and PC.

Free is nice: Bandai Namco anticipates Christmas

The world of the "bazza" free (reminiscent of my Bolognese past) is made of word of mouth and it happens that sometimes you users tell us interesting offers around the web. In this case a ...
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Dragon Ball Legends will bring the universe of Akira Toriyama into our smartphones

A happy time for Dragon Ball lovers: on Sunday we will have the last episode of the Super anime, yesterday a new film was announced coming in December in Japan, and now we have a trailer that ...
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The first series of Dragon Ball could be the protagonist of a new RPG

When you think about the combination of Dragon Ball and video games the first thought certainly goes to the fighting game, given the shonen nature of the Akira Toriyama manga that is well suited to this genre. In the past though ...

Hiromi Tsuru, the original voice of Bulma, died

Last night, Hiromi Tsuru's body was found in a car along the Shuto Expressway in Tokyo. The vehicle was stationary, with the emergency lights on and the voice actress still wore the ...
Dragon Ball FighterZ Cover

Dragon Ball FighterZ is about to arrive

Finally we have a date: Dragon Ball FighterZ will be released for Xbox One, PS4 and PC the 26 January 2018 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oBI0MU73nlc Bandai Namco has announced that there will be two versions for sale. The first will be the Fighterz Edition which ...

A new DRAGON BALL game by the creators of GUILTY GEAR

In the current edition of the Electronic Entertainment Expo BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment has dropped its first bomb for manga and Japanese animation fans: Akira Toriyama's timeless Dragon Ball will receive yet another videogame transposition in ...
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Dragon Ball Fusions for 3DS arrives in Europe

The European division of BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment has announced the arrival in Italy of Dragon Ball Fusions, the new game for Nintendo 3DS taken from the popular animated and comic series of Akira Toriyama. This...

Street Fighter - Yoshinori Ono leaves Capcom

Yoshinori Ono has recently announced what Street Fighter fans did not want to hear: the director will leave his place within ...

Marvel's Avengers, big drops in frame rates in the beta for PlayStation ...

According to some tests carried out with the Marvel's Avengers beta, currently the game on PlayStation 4 has noticeable drops in frame rate.

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