Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission X first details, screenshots

3DS game due out on April 27 in Japan.

Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission X

The first details and screenshots about the newly announced Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission X have come out of the game’s Amazon Japan listing.

The game promises to be a new evolution and the definitive edition of the Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission series. Players can form their own teams using a maximum of five cards from a total of 3,300 cards and enjoy five-versus-five battles in a card battle adventure game with 3DS-original elements. Players will be able to enjoy all eight the Dragon Ball Heroes missions, all 10 “Galaxy Missions,” all eight “Evil Dragon Missions,” and all 10 “God Missions” for a total of 36 missions. Over 240 characters, the highest in the series and including new characters, will appear in the game for use in battle.

Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission X will launch for 3DS in Japan on April 27. First-print copies of the game will include a set of five cards for Super Dragon Ball Heroes: “Tokusei Hero Avatar Card,” Son Goku: Xeno,” “Vegeta: Xeno,” “Darkness Majin Towa,” and “Vegito (Super Saiyan Blue).”

View the screenshots at the gallery.

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