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Bandai Namco reveals Dragon Ball FighterZ for Switch

LOS ANGELES, Calif., (June 12, 2018) – Leading anime video game developer and publisher BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment America Inc. today announces DRAGON BALL® FighterZ for the Nintendo Switch®. DRAGON BALL FighterZ is the critically acclaimed anime fighting game combining classic 2D fighting game dynamics with the beloved DRAGON BALL universe; one of the most popular and iconic anime franchises enjoyed by millions of fans around the world. DRAGON BALL FighterZ for the Nintendo Switch will be playable at the BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment America Inc. E3 2018 booth (number 1647) in the South Hall of the Los Angeles Convention Center and in the Nintendo E3 booth located in the West Hall of the Los Angeles Convention Center.

DRAGON BALL FighterZ for the Nintendo Switch is in development at Arc System Works, a renowned Japanese video game developer of classic 2D fighting titles. With DRAGON BALL FighterZ for the Nintendo Switch, the development team is now taking the signature action-packed explosive gameplay of DRAGON BALL FighterZ and combining it with the portability of the Nintendo Switch. DRAGON BALL FighterZ for the Nintendo Switch will also feature easy-to-pick-up-and-play controls in support of single Joy-Con® play along with support for Nintendo Switch Pro Controller for serious competitive play. All the classic 2D fighting visuals and advanced 3D character models that look and feel as if they are ripped straight out of the DRAGON BALL anime series can now be enjoyed anytime, anywhere.

DRAGON BALL FighterZ for the Nintendo Switch, will enable fans of all skill levels to truly feel like their favorite DRAGON BALL character. Featuring 3 vs. 3 battle mechanics, both new and seasoned players alike are sure to experience the epic scope of DRAGON BALL as they build their team and take them into battle. In order to build the strongest team possible, players will need to train and master more than one fighter and style; only then will their skills be strong enough to take down the competition.

“DRAGON BALL FighterZ has rocked the fighting game genre and players around the world; now we’re coming back with another knockout hit with DRAGON BALL FighterZ for the Nintendo Switch,” said Eric Hartness, Vice President of Marketing at BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment America Inc. “The Nintendo Switch provides the premier portable console platform from which to deliver all the power, personality, and over-the-top action DRAGON BALL FighterZ is known for and we can’t wait to see players enjoying the game everywhere they go.”

DRAGON BALL FighterZ for the Nintendo Switch will be available in the Americas in 2018. DRAGON BALL FighterZ for the PlayStation® 4 computer entertainment system, Xbox One® video game system, and PCs via STEAM® is available now. For more information regarding DRAGON BALL FighterZ and additional titles from BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment America Inc., please visit: https://www.bandainamcoent.com, or follow us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/BandaiNamcoUS, or https://www.facebook.com/DBZ.videogames/. Join the conversation on Twitter at: https://www.twitter.com/BandaiNamcoUS.

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donzaloog
Tue Jun 12 18 01:12pm
Rating: 1

Thanks for bringing it to Switch, Namco. Now do the same for the Ni no Kuni games.

I agree very much with this. The Ni no kuni games would be a perfect addition for Switch, really. Not graphic heavy games and the first one on PS3 would look pretty much the same on Switch.

kuro
Tue Jun 12 18 01:15pm
Rating: 1

Hopefully they also port One Piece World Seeker and Jump Force when they come out.

Nintendo Switch is wanna be PS3 console. A weak system and limitation power. I have a Nintendo Switch for some reasons but I have a PS3, PS4, soon to be PS5 owner. Nintendo Switch 3rd party dont seems to make their own brand new games for its system like PS4. All they do is find weak games with limitation power and port to Nintendo Switch. Bad decision. Nintendo still dont learn anything from Sony PS4 at all. Tsk tsk.

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