“Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission 2” (JP 3DS) 5th Week Sales
Published by 10 September 2014, 10:04 AM EDT

Media Create has released sales figures for the week of 01 September August 2014 to 07 September 2014, noting that Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission 2 for the Nintendo 3DS — a sequel to the first portable version of the nearly-four-year-old, still-going-strong, card-based arcade game — pushed another 5,009 copies during its fifth week in Japan.

This places the game at 133,059 total copies sold thus far. Its predecessor pushed 9,414 copies during its fifth week back in March 2013 putting it at life-to-date sales at the time of 140,208 copies.

The game’s official website recently added a video with Trunks explaining that his family finally bought him the game, while Goten notes that you can play from his dad’s childhood all the way up to the latest story. The characters discuss how you fight against strong opponents, and that there are lots of other ways to play, as well. Goten wants the game, too!

The first game had reached 283,959 lifetime sales as of May 2014 with a long period of floating in and out of sales charts corresponding to arcade version promotions, the release of Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods in theaters, and holiday breaks.

Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission 2 is available for purchase at CDJapan and Play-Asia. A Japanese system is required to play the (region-locked) game.

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