For the past couple of years, quite a lot of focus have been put towards the Dragon Ball Xenoverse franchise, with its second instalment launching just a couple of months ago. However, this was not the only Dragon Ball game which has been in development, with Dragon Ball Fusions only a couple of months away from release.
Video game publisher Bandai Namco have confirmed that Dragon Ball Fusions will be available on the Nintendo 3DS as of February 17 2017. Originally developed by Ganbarion, this is an offline RPG action game with online support, which sets out to combine “fighting, customisation, and collecting elements”.
Dragon Ball Fusions plans to offer a “huge” character roster, with characters from Dragon Ball to Dragon Ball Super in the series’ chronology. However, players will be able to create their own avatar. The battle system is based on a “Rock-Scissors-Paper” mechanics, which they claim will get “deeper the more you progress into the Story”. The game is titled “Fusions”, as you will also be able to fuse characters together to get powerful new characters, with more than “700 fusions” to supposedly be available.
Developed by Ganbarion and published by Bandai Namco in the Nintendo 3DS, Dragon Ball Fusions will be available to purchase from February 17 2017.