Dragon Ball Super Card Game Fusion World, the upcoming collectible card game based on the Dragon Ball anime series, will give anime fans an exciting new experience when it releases in mid-February.
According to the official “Weekly Dragon Ball News” video series hosted by V Jump editor Victory Uchida, the new Dragon Ball-themed trading card game will be available in North America on February 16. Four The starting decks sold at launch are FS01- 01 Son Goku, FS2-01 Vegeta, FS3-01 Broly and FS4-01 Frieza. On February 23, Dragon Ball fans can look forward to the debut of FB1-001 Son Goku. The deck includes eight different Leader cards: Goku in base form/Super Saiyan Blue, Beerus, Goku Black, Future Trunks, Android 17, Kid Gohan, Ginyu and Cooler.
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Setting Dragon Ball Super Card Game Fusion World apart from similar games is its strong gameplay, supported by two new systems. When a player’s life points are halved, the Leader in their deck will awaken, giving them the chance to change the tide of battle. True to the spirit of Dragon Ball, the combo system allows support cards to power up the Leader, giving them the energy needed to deliver the final blow.
Dragon Ball Super Card Game Fusion will be available in tablet form as well as a digital video game version for PC. Players who purchase starter and booster decks will receive in-game rewards for digital games when redeeming serial codes on printed cards. Currently, there is still no firm release date for the PC version of Dragon Ball Super Card Game Fusion. However, an open beta test was recently held at the end of January.
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Dragon Ball tells the story of a young warrior named Son Goku, a special boy with a tail who embarks on a journey to become stronger and learn about the Dragon Balls, as all 7 Dragon Balls are gathered. in return, grant any wish of choice.
Created by Akira Toriyama
First movie Dragon Ball: Curse of the Blood Ruby
Latest movie Dragon Ball Super: Superhero
First TV show chapter Dragon ball
Airing date of the first episode April 26, 1989
Cast Sean Schemmel, Laura Bailey, Brian Drummond, Christopher Sabat, Scott McNeil
Source: Dragon Ball official website