First free update also out
At the start of this month, Bandai Namco and Dimps Corporation released Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission on the Switch. As "good" as the game was, it's been somewhat overshadowed in recent weeks by various other releases. In an effort to remind everyone the latest entry in the Dragon Ball digital card game is now...
Power-up your deck
If you are an avid Dragon Ball fan, happen to live in the United States and are looking forward to the release of Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission on the Nintendo Switch this April, you're in for quite the treat. Publisher Bandai Namco has taken to Twitter recently to share the game's pre-order goodies. If you do decide to...
It's over 9000!
The month of April just got a little bit busier, with the Bandai Namco's "Dragon Ball Games Super Showcase" live stream confirming Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission will arrive on the Nintendo Switch here in the west on 5th April. As previously revealed, Japan will receive the game on 4th April. This Dragon Ball themed arcade...
Still waiting on a western announcement
V-Jump continues to drip-feed information about the upcoming Dragon Ball title for Nintendo Switch. Following the news earlier this week the digital card game would support online battles, the Twitter account for the Japanese manga magazine has now revealed
In card form, of course
The latest issue of V-Jump has revealed new details about Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission for the Nintendo Switch. Published by Bandai Namco and developed by Dimps Corporation, the digital card game will support online battles, matching players against opponents of an equal skill level. There'll also be "real...
Signs of a western release
Towards the end of October, an issue of V-Jump revealed Bandai Namco would be releasing another Dragon Ball title on the Switch in 2019. This one is a bit different from the usual offerings, as it's actually a card game by Dimps Corporation. At the time of the reveal, there was no mention of a release outside of Japan. In...
The ultimate card battle
Last week, the latest issue of V-Jump revealed Bandai Namco would be bringing yet another Dragon Ball game to the Nintendo Switch. In case you missed it, this one's a bit different from the usual release. It's a card game by Dimps Corporation, requiring players to think about every move rather than aimlessly mash buttons in...
Prepare for the ultimate battle
If you're a Dragon Ball fan who lives in Japan and also happens to own a Switch, we've got some exciting news to share courtesy of this week's issue of V-Jump. Dimps Corporation is bringing Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission to Nintendo's hybrid platform (as can be seen in the scan above). It's described as a...
Takashi Iizuka tells us about the ambition of Sonic's latest adventure
Gone are the days when Sonic and Mario were in bitter opposition, smack-talking each other in adverts and fighting for the affections of millions of gamers. Now we have cross-overs and Nintendo-system exclusives, with Sonic Lost World arriving on the Wii U and 3DS to continue the...
First episode success gives developer more gold rings
Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode 1 marked the welcome return of the blue spiky one's 2D home console adventures after a long hiatus, and now, four months after the release of the debut title in the latest episodic adventure, talk is starting to flow on what we can expect from Episode 2. Brand Manager Ken Balough has been participating in the..
Sonic Team not involved, say Sega
Sega's highly-esteemed internal development studio Sonic Team may be named after the character it helped to create but it will apparently have nothing to do with the production of the upcoming Sonic 4. Coding duties have instead fallen to Dimps, the team which helped Capcom make Street Fighter IV. While this news...