Bandai Namco Entertainment has debuted the first official trailer for the Dragonball Super movie, tentatively titled simply Dragonball Super, that shows off the gorgeous animation and new character designs, and teases a new antagonist for the film. Dragonball creator Akira Toriyama is penning the script with direction by Akio Iyoku.
Producers are hoping to release the film globally on the same day as the Japanese release, which is currently set at December 14th.
The fan-favorite classic, Chrono Trigger, is now available on Steam priced at $14.99. Until April 2nd, players can grab it as a limited edition with a Chrono Trigger medley that includes the songs “Battle with Magus,” “Chrono Trigger,” “Corridors of Time,” “Far Off Promise,” and “Wind Scene,” digital liner notes from composer Yasunori Mitsuda, and six wallpapers.
The PC version of Chrono Trigger has a number of features unique to it with optimized visuals, and support for keyboard and mouse, or controller. It also features a new autosave function, and the bonus dungeons from the Nintendo DS and mobile versions, Dimensional Vortex and Lost Sanctum, are both present. Chrono Trigger is also available on the Super NES, PlayStation, Nintendo DS and both Android and Apple iOS devices.
Bandai Namco has shared two more character trailers for the highly anticipated Dragon Ball Fighter Z. The newest trailers feature the often butt of a joke, Krillin, who is considered the strongest pure human in the Dragon Ball Universe, as well as Frieza and his Golden Form.
You can watch Krillin above, and hit the jump to check out Frieza. Dragon Ball Fighter Z releases on PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One in early 2018.
Bandai Namco has released a couple of new character trailers for Dragon Ball Fighter Z, that spotlight Trunks and Piccolo in the highly anticipated fighting game. The beta for the title is expected to have more information, soon, so keep an eye out here for your chance to get in.
You can hit the jump to check out trailers for Piccolo, Goku, and Vegeta, and watch Trunks above.
Bandai Namco has announced the long awaited closed beta for Dragonball FighterZ will run from September 16-18. Open registration has been moved to August 22 (instead of July 26 as originally announced). The change ensures the company can properly handle the expected massive number of signups.
The title has been a massive success for Arc System Works since its announcement at this year’s E3, with lines at EVO reaching a couple hours long at some points to play the game. It’s the perfect storm to place Arc’s fabled Guilty Gear engine alongside DBZ, and should be a fantastic time for fans of the series.