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In a recent interview with Gamespot,  Tekken series producer Katsuhiro Harada commented on the possibility of Tekken 7 arriving on the Nintendo Switch. When asked about what the future would hold for Tekken 7 fans on the Switch, Harada had this to say:

“Officially, we can’t really comment on that because our company has strict policy about which titles we talk about for Switch. But personally, we’ve been so busy with trying to master up Tekken for the current platforms that we haven’t really had enough time to study the hardware. We couldn’t even buy it–it was sold out every time we went to look for it.”

Unfortunately, it seems like the possibility of Tekken 7 coming to the Switch is far in the future, at best. You can read the full interview here.

According to a leak of the April issue of V Jump magazine in Japan, it seems that Bandai Namco Games will be revealing a brand new 2D-fighter Dragon Ball Z game heading to 3DS this summer. It will feature over 100 fighters that can be used in both one-on-one and team battles.

According to a post by AnimeNewsNetwork:

Players can employ “Ultimate Arts” finishing moves, and the game will feature unique layouts and stages. With “Z Assist,” Bulma and Chichi (among other characters) will provide support to players via Bulma’s inventions from Capsule and Chichi’s fury (which fills the screen with a giant speech balloon of her venting).

Extreme Butouden is a follow up to Dragon Ball Kai: Ultimate But?den, which was released on the Nintendo DS back in 2011, and unfortunately never saw a release outside of Japan.



The latest issue of Jump magazine has confirmed another 4 characters for the upcoming 3DS title Tales of the World: Reve Unitia. The characters are Loni Dunamis from Tales of Destiny 2, Caius Quails from Tales of the Tempest, Estelle from Tales of Vesperia and Spada from Belforma from Tales of Innocence. The latter 2 characters recently featured as DLC in the smartphone title Tales of the World: Tactics Union


In a recent interview with gamestm, Masahiro Sakurai speaks to his passion for his upcoming title Super Smash Bro’s for Wii U and 3DS.

“It really is a miracle,” beams an ebullient Sakurai to the gathered room of journalists. “[We have] four of the most famous characters in the video game industry on the same screen battling each other. The only game that makes this possible is Super Smash Bros.”

“And, just between you and me,” he adds, leaning towards the crowd as if to whisper in the ear of each participant, “I’m aiming to make this the number one character game in the world.”

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