Move over Dragon Ball Xenoverse. Although the game hasn't even hit North American stores, Bandai Namco is cooking up a new Dragon Ball fighter back home in Japan.

The newest entry, set for the Nintendo 3DS, is reported to boast an impressive roster size of over 100. It will also return to it's Budokai roots, as a 2D fighting game.

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Developed by Arc System Works, Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butouden is scheduled for a Japanese summer release.

Check out the full page entry from V-Jump.

Sources - Siliconera


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