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This month’s issue of V Jump has revealed Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission 2 for 3DS. The game will arrive in Japan later this year. You can find first scans in the gallery above.

Thanks to IAmGoku for the tip.

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After the initial news regarding Gundam: Try Age SP, a few details about the 3DS project have leaked out of Famitsu.

Gundam: Try Age SP is indeed based on the real-time strategy, trading card-based arcade title. Players will be building platoons based on a set of three Mobile Suit cards and another set of three separate pilot cards. Gundam Build Fighters, Gundam UC, Z Gundam, and the original Mobile Suit Gundam will be represented in the game. Local multiplayer support is confirmed.

Gundam: Try Age SP launches in Japan on July 11 for 5,690 yen. Development is currently 65 percent complete. Those who purchase a first-print copy will receive a set of trading cards that can be used in the arcade version.

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Gundam: Try Age SP has been announced for 3DS in the latest issue of Famitsu. We’re waiting on some of the more concrete details, which should be available shortly. In any case, Gundam: Try Age SP is likely based on the arcade card game and will be out in Japan later this year.

Bandai Namco has announced a new title for 3DS based on the Majin Bone card game and anime. It’ll feature three-on-three co-op battles and some functionality which allows Data Cardass cards from the arcade game to be read. The game will be available this fall.

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A new wave of Nintendo songs are heading to Taiko no Tatsujin Wii U.

The game will soon be receiving Balloon Fight’s Balloon Trip song, Dr. Mario’s Fever, and a song from The Legend of Zelda. NES Remix tunes will also be offered.

All of the new songs will be available on March 19 for free.


We have a couple of new details about Kamen Rider: Battride War 2. As revealed in this week’s Japanese magazines, the main story follows Baron, Ryugen, and Gaim after they wander into a mysterious room in Ieyasu Castle. Other confirmed characters include Strawberry Arms, Pineapple Arms, Ryuga, Auto Vajin, and Bujin Gaim.


Following Bandai Namco’s European/Australian announcement earlier today, the company has now confirmed One Piece: Unlimited World Red for North America as well. It’ll be available on the same platforms – Wii U (digital only), 3DS, PS3, and PS Vita (digital only). The game is due out later in 2014.

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