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There's a new Dragon Ball Z game in the works for PlayStation 4

10:30 AM on 05.16.2014

PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 too

The latest issue of V Jump magazine is showing off a brand new Dragon Ball Z game. What makes this significant in particular is that it's going to be the first Dragon Ball Z title to hit the current-generation of consoles. Well, the PlayStation 4 at least. There's also a PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 version in the works, and if this one is released outside of Japan I think it's a safe bet to assume we'll see an Xbox One version at some point.

No other hard info to share, but it's worth pointing out that the V Jump scan shows a brand new mysterious character. He's sporting red hair, has a Capsule Corp jacket, and what looks like a Scouter too. Perhaps a time traveler? Notice he's observing the legendary first battle between Goku and Vegeta. That was such a good fight.

[Otakomu, via Silicon Era]

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