If you were hoping the Super Nintendo game Dragon Ball Z: Super Butoden would eventually be added to the Switch eShop or upcoming online service, we've got some unfortunate news to share. Bandai Namco reportedly has no intentions of making the classic fighting game publicly available on Nintendo's latest system.
When Nintendo Everything reached out to Bamco and asked if the 1993 game would be widely distributed at a later date, it was confirmed the title was a pre-order bonus only. If you want this nostalgic dose of Dragon Ball on your Switch, you'll need to pre-order Dragon Ball FighterZ before its big launch on 28th September. Alongside Super Butoden, those who pre-order the new game will also receive early access to SSGSS Goku and Vegeta.
What do you think about the decision to make this retro game exclusive to pre-orders? Would you like to be able to purchase the Super Nintendo classic as a standalone game and then wait until Dragon Ball FighterZ goes on sale or drops in price before you pick it up? Have you already pre-ordered? Tell us below.