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 Nov 11, 2009 - 12:38 PM - by Michael
* More Dragonball

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Need more Dragonball? Namco's got the next DBZ fighting game coming up:
SANTA CLARA, Calif., (Nov. 10, 2009) ? Leading video games developer and publisher NAMCO BANDAI Games America Inc., announced today that Dragon Ball?: Raging Blast is now available nationwide for Xbox 360? video game and entertainment system from Microsoft and PlayStation?3 computer entertainment system. Recreating the popular Dragon Ball Z series? epic combat in all its glory, Dragon Ball: Raging Blast includes a host of exciting gameplay options including powerful and customizable attacks, stunning HD graphics, and a variety of gameplay modes including online or offline versus and tournament matches.

Developed by acclaimed game studio SPIKE, Dragon Ball: Raging Blast features more than 70 characters, including transformations, facing off against each other in iconic battles throughout the Dragon Ball Z series sagas. Fans can play as their favorite heroes and villains to directly experience the thrill of epic match-ups from the series or play out never-before-seen hypothetical ?what if? scenarios.

Dragon Ball: Raging Blast offers a variety of single-player modes as well as offline and online multiplayer versus or tournament options. Single-players can practice their moves in the Dojo, experience the Dragon Ball Z series story in the Dragon Battle Collection or complete various challenges in Super Battle Trial mode. Once they?ve mastered their Ki Blasts and Kamehameha attacks, players can face-off in versus or tournament modes against others either on or offline. As players progress through the game and win more battles, they receive items and Super Attacks as rewards. Players can then utilize these with the Ultimate Customize option to configure up to three customization profiles of each character, which can then be used in versus battles. A full set of familiar series-based combat tools are also at the player?s disposal including dashes, Ki Blasts, charge attacks, Ultimate Attacks, transformations, fusions and more.

New large-scale, massively destructible environments create grandiose stages for incredible battles. Adding a new level of interactivity and strategic advantage, characters can now take immense damage from being propelled into mountains, buildings and debris. A new ?Super Rising? option allows players to rocket straight up into the sky for a quick evasive maneuver that adds another dimension to the fast-paced melee. Dragon Ball: Raging Blast is set to deliver more explosive fighting action than ever seen before!

A tad hyperbolic, but I think they get their point across.
 

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