Dragon Ball Legends, a brand new Dragon Ball game for your phone, has been revealed and it looks like it's going to make our Super Saiyan dreams a reality. You use cards to unleash moves in real time, in a variety of pretty 3D locations. This longstanding tradition making the jump to mobile is a turning point for fans on the go, and only time will tell if Legends can really scratch the itch left unscratched by Dokkan Battle, older titles in emulators, and innumerable imitations, fakes, and fan efforts in the Play Store.
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Using the recently announced Google Cloud Platform tech, Bandai's latest promises to let players take on rivals across the globe. More news about the game will be announced sometime tomorrow. That means that it will ask players to assemble a team of three fighters from the Dragon Ball universe and prepare for battle against others. Japanese development company Bandai Namco has revealed that Dragon Ball Legends is the next entry in the anime brawl 'em up franchise, but unlike forerunner Dragon Ball FighterZ, the mobile PvP will be 3D. You can chain them together to create combos and movement seems to be done via swiping on the screen. With a name like Dragon Ball Legends, you'd also expect there to be a whole lot of fanservice present with characters from across every iteration of Dragon Ball. The trailer already gives us a preview of the style of Dragon Ball Legends, which is to fit seamlessly into the cult anime series. The demo which was shown during Google's presentation at Game Developers Conference showed different Dragon Ball characters including Goku, Piccolo, Frieza and Nappa. Check out more details below.
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