All discussion behind closed doors needs to stop now. Bandai Namco must localize this newest Dragon Ball Fusion RPG here in North America. Nevermind that it looks like a fun super-hero Dragon Quest clone or has an interesting battle system that makes one of Dragon Ball’s lamest abilities look like pure genius.
It stars Arale-chan, and she can fuse with Dragon Ball characters.
Done! Sold! It’s all over, and I want in! Arale-chan is the protagonist of Dr. Slump, the hit gag-manga that made Dragon Ball creator Akira Toriyama famous, back when he made fun stories about poop and robots and before he shifted his attention to never-ending battles with villains of the week.
Dragon Ball Fusion launches in Japan on Aug. 4 for the Nintendo 3DS.