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Recalling memories to fans of the first fighting games based on the manga of Akira Toriyama, Dragon Ball Z Extreme Butoden actually presents itself as a continuation of the Super Butoden series started in the 90s on Super NES.

Dragon Ball Z Extreme Butoden - 3Nintendo released a new video of the title under development at Arc System Works, highlighting the hundred playable characters, encompassing all of the main and secondary protagonists of the franchise.

The fights will be carried out in tag team, allowing several fighters and other characters dedicated to support to intervene. As a result, there is talk of a happy mess that hopefully will not affect the legibility of the fighting.

DBZ Extreme Butoden will go on sale June 11, 2015 in Japan, exclusively on Nintendo 3DS. For the time being, the publisher has not provided any confirmation of European location of the software.