The bundle pack for Bandai Namco’s upcoming Dragon Ball Fusions video game for the Nintendo 3DS will come packaged with a bonus downloadable game from the franchise’s Nintendo Famicom days: 1990’s Dragon Ball Z: Kyōshū! Saiya-jin (“Assault! The Saiyans”).
Kyōshū! Saiya-jin follows the events of the Saiyan arc along with the first Dragon Ball Z film. The game was later adjusted and combined with its follow-up, 1991’s Dragon Ball Z: Gekishin Furīza!! (“Fierce God Freeza!!”), to create the 1992 Super Famicom game, Dragon Ball Z: Super Saiya Densetsu (“Super Saiya Legend”).
Kyōshū! Saiya-jin was recently included within the 2013 Nintendo 3DS compilation package J Legend Retsuden (“Jump Legend History”). Another of the compilation’s inclusions, Super Butōden 2, was included as a pre-order/first-pressing bonus with 2015’s Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butōden, also on the Nintendo 3DS.
Dragon Ball Fusions (originally revealed as “Project Fusion”) is currently under development by Ganbarion for a 04 August 2016 release by Bandai Namco on the Nintendo 3DS in Japan. No international localization has been announced as-of-yet.
Thanks to Vitas Varnas for the heads-up.