Bandai Namco Games has released a teaser video for the upcoming 3DS game, 'Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden', which is due out in Japan on June 11.
The game is being developed by Arc System Works, who are more known for their work on BlazBlue, Guilty Gear, and Persona 4 Arena games, have previously worked on Dragon Ball Z titles for the Game Boy Advance, called 'Supersonic Warriors'. The game will feature a decent sized roster of at least 20 different playable characters, but boasts that the 'support' character roster will bring the overall character count over 100. Assist characters can include people like Chi Chi or Bulma, who will yell and cause a text box to appear or bring out a laser gun to shoot your opponents, all the way to things like Hirudegarn or a Great Ape who will fire energy from their mouths at the opponent.
The exact roster of characters, playable or otherwise, has yet to be confirmed, but seems to be quite wide, ranging all the way from the original Dragon Ball, to GT, and even including some of the more recent films and specials. It's unknown as of now if the game will be coming to the US – the last DS game, 'Ultimate Butoden', did not, nor has either of the card-based 'Dragon Ball Heroes' 3DS games – but it looks like it'll be a lot of fun if and when we do get our hands on a copy.