Dragon Ball Z Game : Super Butoden Appears Exclusive via Pre-Order

For fans of Dragon Ball games on Nintendo, they seem to have to be patient because recently it was reported that Dragon Ball Z: Super Butoden will only land on the Nintendo Switch through pre-order bonuses.

Reporting from the Nintendolife page on Monday (9/17/2018), Bandai Namco reportedly had no intention of making a classic fighting game available to the public on the latest Nintendo system.

Dragon Ball Z Game

When Nintendo Everything asked Bamco whether the 1993 game would be widely distributed in the future. Bandai Namco replied that the title of this game was a pre-order bonus only.

If you want to play this game then you must pre-order Dragon Ball FighterZ before the big launch on September 28th. Along with Super Butoden, those who pre-order games will also receive initial access to SSGSS Goku and Vegeta.

Dragon Ball Z was originally a Japanese TV animation series produced by Toei Animation, then was appointed as a game. The beginning aired on April 26, 1989 and ended on January 31, 1996.

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