Bandai Namco has revealed a Dragon Ball Z hardware bundle for Nintendo’s New 3DS for the upcoming Extreme Butoden title.
The package provides consumers with a black New 3DS, a copy of the game and a code for a downloadable version of the SNES title Dragon Ball Z: Super Butoden 2.
On top of that, the bundle comes with some Dragon Ball Z-themed cover plates.
The covers come in the series’ signature orange colour; the top half is adorned with the game’s logo and its cast of warriors, while the bottom features the titular Dragon Balls.
Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden launches for 3DS on Friday October 16th. It will be the second Dragon Ball title of the year, following Dragon Ball Xenoverse in February. That title shipped 1.5m units globally in its first two weeks on shelves.
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