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Published by VegettoEX
04 February 2017, 9:55 AM EST

Bandai Namco has released the first commercial for the upcoming Nintendo 3DS game Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission X on the company’s YouTube channel:

In the short commercial, Beerus and Whis discuss why the game is named “Ultimate Mission X” instead of perhaps “Ultimate Mission 3”:

Beerus: “So why is it ‘X’ rather than ‘3’?”
Whis: “Because this new game is on an entirely different level than 3.”
Beerus: “On a divine level, you could say?”

The game’s first-edition bonus items include a set of five Super Dragon Ball Heroes arcade game cards: Special Hero Avatar Card, Son Goku: Xeno, Vegeta: Xeno, Dark Demon God Towa, and Vegetto (SSGSS).

Ultimate Mission X will hit Japan 27 April 2017 for ¥5,700 + tax (or digitally at a reduced price of ¥5,130 until 23 May 2017).

Neither of the previous Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission games were localized and released outside of Japan. By default, the Nintendo 3DS is region-locked; a Japanese system is required to play the game. Ultimate Mission 2 continued to receive free content expansions up through early last year.

The arcade version of Dragon Ball Heroes recently celebrated its sixth anniversary alongside a hardware upgrade and conversion to Super Dragon Ball Heroes.