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Dragon Ball: Fusions might be Bandai Namco’s worst-kept secret at the moment. Even though it was largely thought that the game would be heading west following a leak from a classification in Brazil, extremely strong evidence has appeared which further backs up that initial finding.

GameStop stores are now taking pre-orders for Dragon Ball: Fusions under the SKU 133501. It looks to be a $30 game, similar to that of last year’s Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden. If we weren’t getting Fusions in North America (and Europe), it probably wouldn’t be in GameStop’s system – and up for pre-order.

Bandai Namco may have an official announcement to make about Dragon Ball: Fusions in the coming days.


Dragon Ball: Fusions is likely receiving localization. As spotted by Gematsu, the Brazil Advisory Rating Board has rated Bandai Namco and Ganbarion’s 3DS title.

Dragon Ball: Fusions debuted in Japan earlier this month. If Bandai Namco has anything to say about bringing the title west officially, we’ll let you know.


Bandai Namco just released a lengthy new overview trailer for Dragon Ball: Fusions on the 3DS, which showcases the game’s various features. Give it a watch:

Dragon Ball: Fusions is already out in Japan. A Western release has not yet been announced.

Bandai Namco’s latest video for Dragon Ball: Fusions gives us a look at time trial challenges. Check it out below.

Bandai Namco and Ganbarion still have more in store for Dragon Ball: Fusions. After the initial launch earlier in the month, free updates are in the works.

Dragon Ball: Fusions’ first update is planned for the fall. A new stage will be added, which features space-time rifts when Wi-Fi waves are found.


Dragon Ball: Fusions recently made its way to Japan. The new 3DS game comes from Bandai Namco and Ganbarion, the latter company of which created Pandora’s Tower.

Dragon Ball: Fusions appears to be seeing a good reception in Japan thus far. With Famitsu for instance, it reviewed highly. It earned a score of 33 points out of 40 from four editors – individual scores of “8”, “8”, “8”, and “9”.

We’ve now prepared a translation of Famitsu’s review. Continue on below to read it in full.

Bandai Namco has published another commercial for its new 3DS game Dragon Ball: Fusions. You can take a look at it below.

Dragon Ball: Fusions came out in Japan a couple of days ago. Take a look at an hour of gameplay in the video below.

New Dragon Ball: Fusions video

Posted on 1 year ago by (@NE_Brian) in 3DS, Videos | 5 Comments | 0 Likes

With Dragon Ball: Fusions having just arrived in Japan, Bandai Namco has made another video for the game showing off some of the different fusions. View it below.

In Japan, Dragon Ball: Fusions is now available. You can see what the game’s opening cinematic looks like below.

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