We’ve had a handful of exciting Dragon Ball releases in recent years, with Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden being a decent entry on the 3DS. The next portable arrival in Japan is going to be Dragon Ball Fusions, which is out soon.

Though we don’t have Western release information yet, it’s interesting to see the direction this one’s taking. It adopts some RPG and action gameplay mechanics along with over-the-top cinematic scenes for battles, with the idea being that characters can be fused together (as the name suggests).

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