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Dragon Ball Fusions (ドラゴンボールフュージョンズ) is a Nintendo 3DS game released in Japan on August 4th, 2016 and was released in North America on November 22th, 2016[1], Europe and Australia in February of 2017. However, North American players who preordered the game from Gamestop, were able to get the game on November 18th, 2016.

Overview

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In conjunction with the game, Shueisha and their partners will run a contest where entrants can submit their own designs for two Dragon Ball characters fused together, with the winning design(s) to appear in the game, as well as a special “manga project” in Saikyō Jump by Hiroshi OTOKI. Select runners-up will also receive an “Extreme Heroes W (Double) Pack” signed by Masako Nozawa..

Gameplay

Features

Story

Unlike other Dragon Ball games in the franchise, Dragon Ball Fusions doesn't follow the story from the manga or anime. Rather, it revolves around the exploits of The Player(Tekka) and Pinich who use the dragon balls to wish for the greatest martial arts tournament ever, resulting in the rest of the story to take place.

This wish resulted in the creation of the Timespace Tournament. A Contest where fighters from throughout all the Dragon Ball Timelines, come together to fight an see who is the best. However, before the player is able to get to the tournament, they must first make their way through 4 Floors before the are able to get to it.

Timeline Placement

Playable Characters

Minor playable characters

Saiyans

  • Buka
  • Nenjo
  • Squash
  • Rubabu
  • Jagamo
  • Shishito
  • Zukini
  • Binasu
  • Biwara
  • Souga
  • Zenma
  • Pipima
  • Garattsu
  • Rakuyou
  • Heiya
  • Romen
  • Rakyou
  • Mibattsu
  • Gaury
  • Taiba
  • Goyan
  • Kuresso
  • Kiurin
  • Fuki
  • Sesshi
  • Wabisa
  • Purauto
  • Reganon
  • Yashimo
  • Jibaru
  • Karifu
  • Shitabaa
  • Sesami
  • Zaisa
  • Minto
  • Sharotto
  • Nira
  • Chokori
  • Namisu
  • Nazu
  • Kikiri
  • Prika
  • Yuneri
  • Rize
  • Ruccola

Earthlings

  • Strogonoff
  • Doreta
  • Android 55
  • Jaja
  • Gatou
  • Buiyan
  • Babaji
  • Yamukun
  • Shaoron
  • Kurowa
  • Mabonasu
  • Hoikkoro
  • Android 33
  • Android 44
  • Kisshu
  • Wanta
  • Tajirin
  • Waffun
  • Poware
  • Fokattsu
  • Assamu
  • Kalpachof
  • Chauda
  • Houji
  • Anpa
  • Makarou
  • Chinjao
  • Pescatto
  • Denishu
  • Muniel
  • Mugi
  • Jam
  • Marine
  • Tirami
  • Panna
  • Strone
  • Ekurena
  • Bagetta
  • Chocola
  • Peperon
  • Kuini
  • Sanra
  • Peko
  • Corone
  • Stela

Aliens

  • Edama
  • Yuba
  • Shabetto
  • Zalts
  • Chiwakku
  • Karuppa
  • Peppa
  • Mamaredo
  • Fuuto
  • Basuko
  • Natou
  • Tsumeg
  • Chappu
  • Mustard
  • Tarutaru
  • Tamerik
  • Karao
  • Kamabo
  • Bacon
  • Saibai King
  • Tsumire
  • Baniya
  • Maple
  • Dora
  • Pamu
  • Benina
  • Canola
  • Shortoni
  • Sarami
  • Granyu

Offworlders

  • Kadora
  • Hohorito
  • Kuwabara
  • Pakkya
  • Yanba
  • Rumosu
  • Maida
  • Ratoppa
  • Paaru
  • Maradu
  • Ariano
  • Noks
  • Butoru
  • Harito
  • Paopao
  • Rubio
  • Harikku
  • Nanmu
  • Mashima
  • Papan
  • Mirayo
  • Nelil
  • Nin'ni
  • Hirika
  • Harida
  • Makma
  • Rite
  • Pipira
  • Penuts
  • Lulus

Namekians

  • Giro
  • Shell
  • Esca
  • Rugo
  • Tsumurin
  • Murin
  • Jiji
  • Mekuji
  • Maimai
  • Bango
  • Ryuto
  • Skal
  • Android 76
  • Tatsumu
  • Imai
  • Uzama
  • Tronbon
  • Snai
  • Tsutal
  • Fagotto

Enemies

Non-playable Characters

Avatar System

The game's protagonist (whose default name in the Japanese marketing was Tekka) is actually a customizable avatar character. The player is able to choose between 5 races; Earthling, Saiyan, Namekian, Offworlder and Alien, and customize their gender, face, hair style, height, skin tone and also colors of their initial outfit. During gameplay, the player can obtain and buy various other outfits too, and they all can receive custom colors.

The race system also is used for the existing characters, with every single one fitting in one of its classifications. The new "Offworlder" race is used by Fusions to group together Majin, Kai and Demon World characters. Androids and Half-Saiyans are classified as Earthlings.

Various techniques from many different Dragon Ball characters, including ones who aren't in the game, can be obtained later, although some techniques are limited by race and others can only be equipped by fusions.

Fusions

The Fusion Dance is used by the playable characters during battle and has limited duration like in the series. They also have new techniques that its component warriors can't use by themselves. However, there are many new pairs here.

Maxi Fusions

A new Fusion Dance involving 5 warriors at once. Its length seems to be even shorter than the original one, and it's basically a strong finisher attack gameplay-wise. The form that the fusion takes depends entirely on the character that initiates the dance, taking their race, gender and skin color.

Enemy-only Maxi Fusion

via Fusion Dance

Ex Fusions

After Tekka, and his best friend Pinich, summoned Shenron to create the strongest Budokai in the world, the dragon created a world made of a mixture of different worlds and times from the Dragon Ball universe. Time and space are tangled there, so Tekka can potentially meet and recruit any character from any time in the series, and eventually fuse them thanks to the Metamo-Ring, a mysterious wristband invented by Capsule Corp.

In addition to combining the abilities of both characters, there are techniques that can only be used by fusions. Tekka can use Ex-Fusion alongside any other playable character in the game, although some require special conditions before the ability is unlocked. The following fusions were demonstrated by the game's marketing material.

The other characters have limited fusion combination possibilities among themselves.

EX Fusions (Minor characters)

  • Android 33 + Gaury = Android Gaury 33
  • Android 44 + Fuki = Android Fuki 44
  • Android 44 + Kuwabara = Android Kuwabara 44
  • Android 55 + Wabisa = Android Wabisa 55
  • Android 55 + Buiyan = Android Buiyan 55
  • Android 76 + Zalts = Android Zalts 76
  • Unknown + Unknown = Butorenu
  • Peperon + Pipima = Pipiron

QR Code Fusions

These Fusions join as standalone characters. They can't be undone and they can be used right alongside their component characters. In Future Gohanks' and Taks' cases, one of their components isn't even in the game by themselves (Future Gohan and Tapion).

Freeform Fusions

KFGoku 01

A Freeform Fusion between Goku and Vegeta in Super Saiyan Blue

This is a special fusion using the 3DS' Streetpass feature. The player needs to activate the Streetpass feature and choose a character, leaving the system in rest mode afterwards. Then, they need to cross pathes with another player who also has chosen a character for it - the result will be a fusion that even surpasses EX Fusion in freedom - not constrained by any limits.[26]

These fusions are always named "KF" followed by name of the character chosen by the player, with "KF" standing for Katteni(Arbitrary) Fusion (勝手にフュージョン Katteni Fyūjon).

Limited Edition

A Japanese limited edition bundle will also be released, which includes a New Nintendo 3DS, two limited edition faceplates and the game itself.

Along with the bundle information, Bandai Namco has released details on what’s in store for those who pre-order the title, or get their hands on a first-print copy of the game. The bonus will be a download code for a Super Saiyan Blue Goku that you can get as a starting character in your party, and a “Gohanks:EX” battle card to use in Dragon Ball Heroes.

Trivia

  • This is the first video game appearance of Prillin, an hypothetical fusion originally drawn by Akira Toriyama for the Shonen Jump magazine.
  • Counting fusions and the game original characters, this game has been confirmed to have 1013 playable characters. The biggest character roster in any Dragon Ball game to date, beating the likes of Dragon Ball Heroes and Budokai Tenkaichi 3.[27]

Gallery

Promotional Art

In-Game Images

External links

  1. http://www.gamestop.com/nintendo-3ds/games/dragon-ball-fusions/136108?loc=b2g1_title
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  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 http://www.kanzenshuu.com/2016/10/21/dragon-ball-fusions-3ds-second-major-update-patch-releasing-november-2-with-new-characters-fusions/
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  14. Dragon Ball Fusions commercial
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