A Spanish retailer has put up a promotional poster which states that Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden will be released in Europe on October 30th. The retailer is the same one that leaked Tales of Zestiria for the PlayStation 4. Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden is a one-on-one fighting game for the Nintendo 3DS which includes a wide variety of characters from the Dragon Ball franchise.
We found out yesterday in a major leak that Ryu and Roy will be joining the cast of Super Smash Bros. The news came ahead of the official announcement which is most likely due today during the Super Smash Bros themed Nintendo Direct. Well, we now have footage of the newly added characters in action so take a look at the fast and frantic video above featuring Lucas, Ryu and Roy.
It has been quite a day already, as we have learnt that Ryu and Roy will be featured in Super Smash Bros. The information was clearly supposed to be announced tomorrow during the Super Smash Bros presentation, so no doubt the Nintendo Ninjas will be out for retribution. Anyway, if you want to hear more about the leak then be sure to check out the GameXplain discussion, above.
We found out earlier today that both Ryu and Roy will be included in Super Smash Bros and now more information is beginning to come out. Twitter user Random Talking Bush has spilled the beans on the additional content and has revealed new trophies, stages, songs, and the specials of the DLC characters. It’s probably best if you check out the Twitter account for all the juicy info.
Hold on to your hats, because it looks like a version of Hyrule Warriors will be coming to the Nintendo 3DS! In what looks to be a leaked E3 video, Hyrule Warriors is showcased on the 3DS, but it’s not just the same game as you can see new playable characters, Tetra and the King of Red Lions from Wind Waker! Well, count me as considerably surprised and bouncing up and down in my seat.
Looks like someone has let the cat out of the bag early at Ubisoft as concept trailers for their new IP which is being dubbed Hero have found their way online. We heard earlier today that Ubisoft is developing a new IP which they hope to release before March 2016. Hero could well be the one that was mentioned. Ubisoft is apparently scrambling to remove the videos and the image. Guess it was a project that was due to be officially announced at E3 next month.