The Dragon Ball video game franchise, one of the most popular offshoots of the Dragon Ball manga and anime, is returning. Over 15 years after the previous mainline entry in the series, Bandai Namco confirmed during the Dragon Ball Games Battle Hour 2023 event on Sunday( 05-03-2023) that a new Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi game is in production.
Not even an official upload of the video, posted by various YouTube channels over the weekend, has been made public, let alone the game’s title, release date, or platforms. A legitimate trainer version was also posted to the official Twitter account for the Dragon Ball Games Battle Hour event. (The video on YouTube refers to the series by the subtitle given in Western markets, Budokai Tenkaichi, while the version released by the event uses the Japanese name, Sparking!)
First released in 2005 on the PlayStation 2, Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi has now spawned not one but two sequels (which also made their way to Wii). That’s it for the main series games.
If you were interested in the following games—there are a lot more that you might like—we’ve listed their release dates below:
- Resident Evil 4 Remake Demo Released Date Is Revealed Here.
- Atlas Fallen Release Date Unveils by Focus Entertainment.
However, there were a few spinoffs, including Tenkaichi Tag Team for the PSP in 2010, Ultimate Tenkaichi for the PS3 and Xbox 360 in 2011, and the improbable Dragon Ball Z For Kinect in 2012. It was always Spike (now Spike Chunsoft) behind the scenes.
The over-the-shoulder 3D perspective and an extensive cast of playable characters in the Budokai Tenkaichi games make for intense and exciting battles. The new game’s trailer doesn’t show much, but it does feature a stunningly rendered version of Goku enduring a drastic change.
Also, the responses from Budokai Tenkaichi fans who have been waiting for a new game for a long time have been rather passionate.
( Source Link )