19 September 2017 by VegettoEX
18 September 2017 by VegettoEX
15 September 2017 by VegettoEX
Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission X for the Nintendo 3DS — the third and latest portable entry supporting the over-six-years-old, still-going-strong, card-based arcade game — launched in Japan 27 April 2017. According to the Media Create sales list for the reporting period of 12 June 2017 to 18 June 2017, the game pushed an additional 3,598 copies during its eighth week on sale, bringing its total sales to 167,050 copies in Japan.
By comparison, the original Ultimate Mission had sold just over 160,000 copies by its respective eighth week in April 2013 where it ultimately fell off the sales charts for a bit, while Ultimate Mission 2 had done just under 146,000 copies by its respective eighth week in September 2014. The most recent Nintendo 3DS game prior to Ultimate Mission X‘s release — Ganbarion’s Dragon Ball Fusions — had pushed 165,696 total copies by its respective eighth week last September.
Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission X received a Version 1.1 update last month adding a new Tenka’ichi Budōkai mode. As with the previous Dragon Ball Heroes games on the Nintendo 3DS, no international localization has been announced for Ultimate Mission X.