Namco Bandai Games has released 70 new images of Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z! This includes 8 character arts and 62 screenshots covering various points from the Dragon Ball Z storyline, such as the Cell and Buu sagas.
Additionally, Namco Bandai released a few details on the Genki meter, also known as “Genki Request.”
NAMCO BANDAI Games Europe S.A.S. announced today that Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z will have to complete certain conditions to achieve a Special Bonus that will trigger the Genki Request at the end of the missions. This new feature will allow DBZ challengers from all over the world to gather and share Genki together. A world-meter counting the World Genki will allow players to follow-up with their combined efforts.
Completing missions provides two kinds of rewards; on one hand, Dragon Ball Points (DP) can be used to buy items from the Item Collection Store. On the other hand, completing missions with their Special Bonus events allows fans to send more Genki and earn Premium Points (PP) in exchange of this Genki. With PP, players can buy unique items such as the Limit Jewel and much more from the Premium Collection Store.
When equipped with the very rare and unique Limit Jewel, some brawlers will perform an Ultimate Move (such as Goku with his Spirit Bomb). With all these exclusive items, gamers can equip their favourite DBZ characters to enhance their performances.
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Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z is the latest game in the legendary DBZ series. It will host team-based combat with up to 8 players, including 4 on the same team. The game is confirmed for release on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PSVita in Europe, North America, and Japan sometime in 2014.