Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission X 3DS Game's Video Highlights Mechanics
posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
Bandai Namco Entertainment began streaming a promotional video on Tuesday for its Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission X game for the Nintendo 3DS. The video previews the game's modes, mechanics, and features.
The card battle adventure game is the latest in the Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission series, and it will ship in Japan on April 27. Both the physical and digital releases will cost 5,700 yen (about US$51). The first physical copies of the game will include a set of five Super Dragon Ball Heroes cards: Special Hero Avatar Card, Son Goku: Xeno, Vegeta: Xeno, Dark Majin Towa, Vegito (Super Saiyan Blue). People who purchase the digital version by May 23 for 5,130 yen (US$46) will receive a download number for a "character strengthening accessory."
The game will feature more than 3,300 cards and 36 missions. The game will include all cards and Missions from Dragon Ball Heroes, and it will be possible to transfer data from Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission and Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission 2. The missions will include all eight Dragon Ball Heroes missions, all ten Galaxy Missions, all eight Evil Dragon Missions, and all ten God Missions. Players will use Hero Coins to obtain more cards and strengthening items. Depending on the rarity of the coin, players will have a greater chance to receive rarer cards and accessories.
In the game's story mode, players can save the real and Dragon Ball Heroes worlds. The story begins when the player character finds himself in an arcade where all machines except Dragon Ball Heroes have disappeared. A space-time door to the Dragon Ball Heroes world opens. Players can battle against other Hero Avatars and Super Warriors to gain new allies.
The game will feature more than 240 Super Warriors. Players will be able to customize their cards and strengthen them with items.
Bandai Namco Games released the Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission 2 Nintendo 3DS game in 2014. The company released the first Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission game, a Nintendo 3DS port of the 2010 Dragon Ball Heroes arcade card battle adventure game, in 2013.