Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi revealed

Namco Bandai’s Dragon Ball Game Project Age 2011 received an official title at the Japan Expo in Paris. Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi, it’s now called, will launch on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 this October.

In development at Spike, Ultimate Tenkaichi promises “Earth-shaking combat, a massive character selection, faithful manga-style graphics, and exciting new features.” It’s highlighted by an “enhanced story mode,” an “accessible battle system” — said to “allow gamers of all ages to hold their own” in battle while “still retaining tactical depth,” — and destructible battlefields.

It’s out on October 25, 2011 in North America October 28 in Europe.

A new trailer can be seen below:

A new set of screenshots can be seen at the gallery.

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