Brand new screenshots from the 2015 Dragon Ball Z Movie, Revival of F, have been released! They feature Goku, Vegeta, Gohan, Piccolo, Master Roshi, Krillin, Tien, Frieza, and Frieza’s henchmen!
Bandai actually held a broadcast in which they released the above screenshots. Along with that they released videos from their game Dragon Ball Heroes, which is an arcade game in Japan that makes use of cards. The first video is a crossover (or probably tie-in is a better word) that brings the new concepts from the 2015 movie into the game in animated cutscene form!
The second video diverges from Revival of F and focuses on a masked, evil mind-controlled Bardock from the game, but we felt it was an interesting watch, so have it for you below!
The last video shows how to play Dragon Ball Heroes and includes in-game footage. Again, this game is in Japanese arcades only. It’s very unlikely we will ever see this out West.
Dragon Ball Z: Revival of “F”: Character Art and Profiles
Dragon Ball Z: Revival of “F” 2015 Movie Manga Spoilers
Bulma and Roshi Designs for Dragon Ball Z 2015 Movie: Revival of “F”
Pilaf’s Gang Returns in Dragon Ball Z 2015 Movie: Revival of F
Dragon Ball Z 2015 Movie: Revival of “F” Battle Song Selected
Dragon Ball Z: Revival of “F”: Krillin the Police Officer
Dragon Ball Z Revival of “F”: Gohan’s Design, Images, Theater Promo
Dragon Ball Z 2015 Movie: Revival of “F” Complete Trailer
Dragon Ball Z 2015 Movie: Frieza’s Resurrection
Dragon Ball Z 2015 Movie: Revival of F Art
Dragon Ball Z 2015 Movie Extended Teaser (English Sub and HD)
Dragon Ball Z 2015 Movie: Revival of “F” is the nineteenth featured film in the legendary Dragon Ball series. All is well on Planet Earth until one day survivors of Frieza’s army, Sorbet and Tagoma, attack. Their goal, achieved: bring back Frieza from the dead with the power of the Dragon Balls! With the worst wish in history granted, Frieza is plotting his revenge against Saiyans. Armed with a mysterious and unrevealed transformation, what kind of surprise power does he have in-store? We’ll have to find out beginning on the Japanese theatrical release date of April 18, 2015. No word on a release in North America or anywhere else in the world at this time.