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Submitted by gokuking 720d ago | news

Namco Bandai talks about the potential for Dragon Ball games on Vita and 3DS

Long story short: Namco Bandai is currently focusing on Dragon Ball for PS3, and 360 but wouldn't mind doing games on those platforms if fans would demand it.

As for the Dragon Ball Z Budokai HD Collection on Vita? Namco Bandai says this is the first time they're digging through their Dragon Ball library, and that the reception to this may determine their actions in the future. (3DS, Dragon Ball Z Budokai HD Collection, Namco Bandai, PS Vita)

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Snookies12  +   720d ago
A specialized Budokai Tenkaichi game for Vita would be freaking sweet.
Rinkuchal  +   720d ago
well, DB games are fun. the more the merrier...
Darth Stewie  +   720d ago
Except the Kinect version because it looks like a complete joke to the DBZ franchise.
SilentNegotiator  +   720d ago
They're platforms. And they have buttons.

Go crazy. The DBZ games aren't rocket science.
kenoh   720d ago | Spam
Jirachi  +   720d ago
I want another budokai game and a sequel to attack of the saiyans.
DrRichtofen  +   719d ago
Do it Namco!
GhostHero333  +   718d ago
If they put Dragon Ball Z raging blast 2 on the Vita, I WOULD CRY IN EXCITEMENT!

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