Bandai Namco Entertainment today announced that Dragon Ball Legends is now available as a free download on the App Store and Google Play. This new one-finger card action battle game lets players go head-to-head in real time with rivals from around the globe in PVP battles at home or on-the-go. In Dragon Ball Legends, the legendary Goku joins the fight with a trio of new characters drawn by Dragon Ball creator Akira Toriyama himself. The 3 new characters are: – Shallot, a time-displaced Saiyan from the past – Zahha, a magical swordsman sent from a far-flung world – A mysterious hooded man Dragon Ball Legends was originally announced via a pre-launch campaign in March and it has since broken Bandai Namco Entertainment’s all-time record with over 4.5 million total registrations. To celebrate, all users who begin playing the game today will receive Goku, Frieza, a rare character and Chrono Crystals (items used to summon fighters in-game). … [Read more...] about – Real-time multiplayer PVP mobile game launches worldwide
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Without a doubt, if there were no titles like League of Legends, Overwatch, CS: Go, and Dota, we wouldn’t be able to talk about eSports today. These titles were the ones to first bring video games into the spotlight and turn them into sports. Of course, some people would say that eSports are not actual sports, but many would argue with them. eSports have become quite popular in the past few years, and given the tournaments that have more and more viewers every year, it’s safe to say that eSports will not stop here. Recently, a video game played by two people was watched by more than 600,000 people at the same time. If not else, this should really make people think of eSports as real sports. As we already stated, Overwatch, league of Legends, CS: Go, and Dota 2 are currently the most popular eSports titles. While these games will always be famous for turning eSports into what they are today, new titles are coming and they will most likely make eSports even more popular. The … [Read more...] about Overwatch and LoL Still Main eSports Titles, Could Come To Olympics?
Officially set to be announced in details tomorrow, Bandai Namco today released a teaser for its latest mobile game, Dragon Ball Legends. It is scheduled to be revealed with more information tomorrow via NicoNico, Japan’s top streaming site. For now, the official details include a yet-unknown launch date, will be available worldwide, and 7 in-game languages supported, including English, Japanese, French, Korean, Traditional Chinese, and German. At GDC 2018, Bandai Namco has already made a presentation of the game to the media. Dragon Ball Legends is 1 vs 1 mobile fighter which is focused on real-time action. Bandai Namco also touted the game’s stability and latency, showcasing a local fighter battling another located in Japan. Skills are replaced with cards, with players tapping freely unlocking to unlock the powerful combo system. Stay tuned tomorrow for more info! … [Read more...] about – Bandai Namco teases new mobile fighter
“You filthy casual.” “No, you.” Common, pointless banter between gamers who prefer different genres. But really, who is the most casual and most hardcore about their gaming? It’s time for another research post to find out. Today, I’m asking “out of the active player base, how frequently do the players actually play the game?” This is a PC only test because Steam Spy and Steam Charts makes gathering data easy, but console numbers likely follow suit. Boring Sciencey Stuff Skip to the next section if you just want to see the results. Methodology: For each genre, select 3 popular games, limited to titles at least one month old if possible (to limit newness/hype influencing results). I’ll use Steam Spy to determine active number of players (calculated by those who have played the game in the last 2 weeks). Then I’ll divide the average number of players in the past 30 days on Steam Charts by the active player count to determine the … [Read more...] about The Statistically Most Casual Multiplayer Genres
First teased around 2 weeks ago, Bandai Namco today officially unveiled the latest mobile game in the Dragon Ball series, Dragon Ball Legends. Classified under the “one-finger card action battle” genre, the game is really about tapping the right skill or action card at the right time in 1 vs 1 battles. With real-time combat, your next opponent might just be from the other side of the world! Pre-registration is now live for both Android and iOS devices. Other than a fully-voiced character roster, Dragon Ball Legends will also see at least 1 new character drawn by the master himself, Akira Toriyama. Tons of bonus items are up for grabs during the official launch if the various milestones are reached. What are you waiting for? Dragon Ball Legends is scheduled to launch worldwide this summer in 6 languages. … [Read more...] about – Worldwide pre-registration phase begins for new mobile fighter