Banzai NAMC and Tea Animation had reserved a surprise imprint of nostalgia for the Dragon Ball community as part of the Dragon Ball Games Battle 2023 competition. The faithful who waited until the tournament final were able to discover a preview of the
Next Dragon Ball Z fighting game, which is none other than a new opus from the Buddha Tenkaichi series, a name loaded with memories that brings us back to the years PlayStation 2.
Developed at the time by the Spike studio before its fusion with Consort, Dragon Ball Z: Buddha Tenkaichi (Dragon Ball Z: Sparking in Japan) boarded 64 playable characters and 10 levels when it was released in 2005 on PlayStation 2. The game is
Distinguished from its predecessors by the desire to fully exploit 3D trips to offer spectacular and always closer fights to the anime, at the cost of an adaptation time to be made to the travel system.
The game will know two suites in 2006 and 2007, even if the name Tenkaichi will then be taken up by Dragon Ball Z: Tenkaichi Tag Team in 2010 before going out on the PS360 generation with Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi in 2011. The announcement
From this new Dragon Ball Z: Buddha Tenkaichi, who will have the heavy task of succeeding the big cardboard Dragon Ball Fighter, is not accompanied at the moment of any information concerning the developer, the platforms or the release date.
A very cathodic teaser is however available.
Dragon Ball Fighter: the rollback finally becomes clearer
At the same time, producer Took Pirogi has given news of the management of the Rollback Network Code promised for a long time for Dragon Ball Fighter players.
Good news, a beta will take place in the spring on Steam and will act as a must before an official deployment on all platforms.
Finally, we are also confirmed that Dragon Ball Fighter will finally be entitled to a new balancing update because of its presence at the EVE this year again.