Dragon Ball Fusions moved up to November 22 in North America

3DS RPG due out two weeks earlier than planned.

Dragon Ball Fusions

Bandai Namco has moved Dragon Ball Fusions from its previously planned December 13 release date in North America to November 22, the company announced.

In Europe, the game is due out in February 2017.

Here’s an overview of the game, via Bandai Namco:

Specs

  • Genre: Action RPG
  • Developer: Ganbarion
  • Players: Offline 1-2, and Online
  • Voice: Japanese
  • Subtitles:
    • North America: English
    • Europe: English, Spanish, French, German, Italian

About

Dragon Ball Fusions is the latest Dragon Ball experience for Nintendo 3DS! It’s an RPG action game that combines fighting, customization, and collecting elements to bring Dragon Ball to the next level. It features a huge character roster from Dragon Ball all the way to Dragon Ball Super.

Features

  • Avatar – Create your own avatar and participate in a totally new experience in the Dragon Ball universe
  • Fly – Fly to the Dragon Ball flying island to progress through the story and discover new missions
  • Fusions – Gather the strongest fighters to fuse them together and get powerful new characters; hundreds of different combinations are possible
  • RPG – The gameplay is based on a “Rock-Scissors-Paper” RPG system getting deeper the more you progress into the story
  • Photo Fusions – Take pictures with your friends and fuse into a Dragon Ball character

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