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The new fighter Dragon Ball FighterZ has received a great deal of attention since its announcement at E3. However, it’s not the first time that Bandai Namco and Arc System Works are partnering on this sort of game. The two companies worked together on Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden, which came to 3DS in 2015.

With Dragon Ball FighterZ having been revealed, Game Informer spoke with producer Tomoko Hiroki about Extreme Butoden’s origins. When asked why Bandai Namco was interested in working with Arc System Works in the first place, Hiroki explained:

“Because we’ve had games like Super Butoden (a fighting game that released on the Super Nintendo) we’ve had a lot of fans saying, ‘We believe the roots of Dragon Ball [in games] are actually 2D fighting games.’ And we knew that Arc System Works had this pedigree. That’s where we felt their appeal was, and why we’re deciding to work with them.”

Dragon Ball FighterZ is currently not planned for Switch. Hiroki has suggested that it could come to the console with enough fan interest, however.

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A new River City game came to 3DS yesterday in the form of River City: Knights of Justice. Have a look at some footage below.

Bandai Namco is bringing Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 to Switch a few months from now. But at E3, the company announced the 2D fighter Dragon Ball FighterZ which is currently not planned for the system. Depending on fan interest, that could change.

French site Game Blog spoke with Dragon Ball FighterZ producer Tomoko Hiroki. Despite what some may say, the game not being on Switch isn’t a matter of the system’s technical specs or lack of power. Hiroki added that there hasn’t been any trouble porting over Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2.

It isn’t clear why Bandai Namco and developer Arc System Works skipped on Switch for Dragon Ball FighterZ. However, Hiroki did say that if fans show their interest, they could bring it over. Hiroki did caution that Dragon Ball FighterZ may not come to Switch the same time as other versions, but they’re open to considering it.

Thanks to Matthew M for the tip.

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Natsume is planning a limited physical run for River City: Rival Showdown. The news was shared on the publisher’s Twitter account earlier this week, tying in with the game’s appearance at E3.

Natsume wrote:


River City: Rival Showdown launches on 3DS this fall.

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Arc System Works just released an overview trailer slightly under 5 minutes. You can check out the Japanese trailer down below.



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Of Mice and Sand is due out on the North American 3DS eShop this Thursday. In Europe, it’s arriving next week.

As confirmed by Circle Entertainment’s Twitter page:


In case you missed it previously, here’s the overview for Of Mice and Sand:

“By ordering the mice crew living in the Desert ship, you can build facilities on the ship and make food for breeding the mice with various items. With the development of the ship, more mice will join in and they can accomplish more jobs. Don’t let them starve and make them rich.

Your final goal is to reach the other side of the desert and find the legendary land of gold to the east, El Dorado!”

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Following a Nintendo Direct last September, Arc System Works’ Sabaku no Nezumidan landed on the Japanese 3DS eShop. Now it’s heading west.

According to a listing on Nintendo’s website, Sabaku no Nezumidan has been localized under the name “Of Mice And Sand”. Circle Entertainment is putting it out in North America this coming Thursday, June 1. Pricing is set at $7.99.

Here’s a brief overview:

“By ordering the mice crew living in the Desert ship, you can build facilities on the ship and make food for breeding the mice with various items. With the development of the ship, more mice will join in and they can accomplish more jobs. Don’t let them starve and make them rich.

Your final goal is to reach the other side of the desert and find the legendary land of gold to the east, El Dorado!”

And the original Japanese trailer:

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Jake Hunter: Ghost of the Dusk opening movie

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Here is the opening movie for the 3DS exclusive Jake Hunter game showing off various characters and themes. Jake Hunter: Ghost of the Dusk is going to launch in Japan on August 31st. Check out the video below.



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