3DS exclusive 'Dragon Ball Fusions' now available

3DS exclusive 'Dragon Ball Fusions' now available BANDAI NAMCO

Bandai Namco's latest video game based on the 'Dragon Ball' anime and manga series, Dragon Ball Fusions, is now available exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS.

Development at Fukuoka, Japan, based Ganbarion Co., Ltd; Dragon Ball Fusions is an action-RPG that combines fighting, customization, and item collection elements.  The game features a large roster of character appearances spanning from 'Dragon Ball' through 'Dragon Ball Super'.  Players can experience a new 'Dragon Ball' story in the game's "Adventure Mode" or prove their fighting prowess in the "Multiplayer Battle" mode. Dragon Ball Fusions also lets players combine powers between characters to create combinations of powerful characters.  Furthermore, players looking to share their Dragon Ball Fusions fun will be able to use the Nintendo 3DS’ camera to take pictures with friends and fuse them withDragon Ball characters or trade special moves with nearby players.

“The Nintendo 3DS continues to be the perfect on-the-go system for our Dragon Ball fans looking for a more lighthearted adventure with the Z Fighters,” said Dennis Lee, Director of Brand Marketing at Bandai Namco Entertainment America Inc.  “With Dragon Ball Fusions we’re excited to see players take their Dragon Ball adventure with them wherever they go and share their experiences with friends through its multiplayer mode and fun fusion photo functions."


'Dragon Ball Fusions' official trailer by GeekNifty

Bandai Namco says that a free Dragon Ball Fusions downloadable update will be released in early 2017 that will implement online battles, an online special moves trading function, new characters, new fusion possibilities, and more.  Additional details pertaining to the free update, including its release timing, will be shared at some point in the future.

Dragon Ball Fusions is now available for purchase in the Americas at both retail locations and digitally on the Nintendo eShop exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS.  The game is rated “T for Teen" by the ESRB.

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