Namco Bandai Secures North American Rights For All Dragon Ball Games


Posted July 2, 2009 - By Jake Gaskill

Namco BandaiIf you’re a Dragon Ball fan, and you have some kind of personal issue with mega publisher Namco Bandai, then you’re not going to like what I’m about to tell you.

For the next five years, Namco will be the exclusive North American distributor of all Dragon Ball videogames. And while the deal doesn’t officially kick in until January 2010, Namco will be publishing three upcoming games based on the popular anime and manga series: DB: Raging Blast for the Xbox 360 and PS3, DB: Revenge of King Piccolo for the Wii, and DB Z: Attack of the Saiyans for the Nintendo DS.

Namco executive vice president Makoto Iwai said via press release:

"This move reunites Namco Bandai Games with the Dragon Ball series in North America which will considerably increase our ability to develop titles that perfectly capture every nuance of what makes the Dragon Ball world exciting to the consumer.”
So it would appear that Goku is in kind and loving hands. Given that it’s practically a sure thing, I’ll go ahead and ask: Which Dragon Ball character are you most excited about seeing as a guest character in a future SoulCalibur game?



Namco Bandai Secures North American Rights For All Dragon Ball Games


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