Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden, the latest game based on the Dragon Ball series launching soon on Nintendo 3DS in Japan, has yet to receive a North American and European release date and things didn’t honestly look too good in the past few weeks, as the previous entry of the series released on Nintendo DS has never left Japan. This morning, however, something new has emerged on a possible Western release of the fighting game developed by Arc System Works.
Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden has been rated last week for an Australian release by the Australian Classification Board, meaning that the game not only is going to probably release in the country but also in North America and Europe, as it would make very little sense to just release it in Australia. The Western release of Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden has yet to be confirmed officially, though, so it’s not yet time to start getting excited for this release.
Last week a new Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden trailer has surfaced online. The trailer features some scenes taken from a recently released TV Commercial as well as several other gameplay sequences showcasing playable and assist characters, single player mode and much more.
A Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden playable demo is also available for download right now from the 3DS Japanese eShop. The demo includes playable characters Goku, Kid Gohan, Vegeta, and Majin Buu, and support characters Tien, Recoome, Korin, Turtle, Super Uub, Mercenary Tao, Hercule, and The Great Saiyaman and a few assist ones. All those who play the demo and keep its save data will be able to unlock Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan Goku in the final game.
Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden will be released this week, on June 11th, exclusively on Nintendo 3DS in Japan. The game has yet to receive a Western release date but we will let you know more about the matter as soon as more comes in on it so stay tuned for all the latest news.