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Pokken Tournament 'Searing Blaze' group match now live, 'Outrage Smasher' group match coming in April 2019

That's some outrageous heat

The latest Group Match is now live in Pokken Tournament, and the next one has already been dated. Get details on both below!

Searing Blaze Group Match

- now live, and runs to March 24th, 2019
- Team Battle competition, once again on a Fixed Battle Arena
- participating in this brings a special title reward based on Charizard,
- if you place highly, you'll get other titles based on your placement
- if you already received the title from the last time it ran, you will not receive it again

Outrage Smasher Group Match

- runs from April 5th through April 7th, 2019
- Basic Battle competition, once again on a Fixed Battle Arena
- participating in this brings a special title reward based on Charizard
- if you place highly, you'll get other titles based on your placement
- if you already received the title from the last time it ran, you will not receive it again

GameSpot Video - 5 minutes of Rad gameplay

In RAD, players take on the role of a teenage protagonist who must venture into the Fallow — an ever-changing, radioactive wasteland filled with unknown and unspeakable creatures. It’s here that they’ll find the solution to heal the world, and transform the cracked, barren landscape into a lush source of new life. But humanity’s future comes at great personal cost, as the deeper they journey into unknown lands, the more they will expose themselves to gnarly toxins which will wreak havoc on their fragile human form.

Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission getting a demo in Japan, two DLC packs revealed

Two new pieces of information for the upcoming Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission have been released. Bandai Namco has confirmed that a demo for the game will hit the Switch eShop in Japan on March 28th, 2019. The demo will include story mode, select missions, and creation mode.

Following that news, we also learned that two DLC packs will be available on April 4th, 2019, the launch day for the game in Japan. The packs are Anime Song & BGM 1 and Anime Song & BGM 2. Each pack costs 1,389 yen, and includes 11 songs each.

Super Robot Wars T's game card barely has room for the game's name

The name game

Switch game cards are tiny, there's no doubt about that. There's not a lot of room on the game card sticker to put the logo/art for your game. That space became even more limited for Super Robot Wars T, a game which is chock-full of licensed content. The need to display all those copyright mentions on the game card itself meant there was barely room to squeeze the game's logo in!

Super Robot Wars T's English localization team revealed

A quality localization to be sure

Back in the day, a number of Super Robot Wars games were localized by Atlus USA. That's when Atlus felt like going through the insane hassle of getting approval for all the content included in those games. Nowadays we don't see Atlus involved with the franchise anymore, and there aren't any official stateside releases. That said, the games still get English translations. Super Robot Wars T's Asian release included an English localization, but who on earth tackled it?

Turns out some of the team from Super Robot Wars X's localization have returned to handle T. Christina Rose and Jason Moses returned to handle English work once again, and they were joined by newcomer @gtcaphi. Those who were worried the English localization might not be up to snuff can now rest easy knowing a pair of veterans and a new team member have done a bang-up job.

IGN Video - 13 Minutes of Rad's Mutate-tastic Gameplay

Double Fine's next game is a third-person, action-adventure/roguelike set in a world that has suffered not one but TWO apocalypses that were centuries apart, giving it a cheeky vibe that combines '80s pop culture influences and futuristic alien-tech chic.

DRAGON BALL FighterZ Adds Goku From DRAGON BALL GT to its Impressive Roster of Characters

By popular demand?

DRAGON BALL FighterZ players will soon be able to compete as Goku from the Dragon Ball GT series against the ever-growing roster of characters spanning the Dragon Ball universe.

After an errant wish by Emperor Pilaf, Goku has been transformed into a child during the Dragon Ball GT series. This younger Goku packs a big punch with special attacks like the Super Kamehameha attack, transforming him into Super Saiyan 3. Goku is also able to use his Super Spirit Bomb, Power Pole, and Reverse Kamehameha to flatten the competition.

Goku (GT) is a paid DLC fighter, part of the FighterZ Pass 2 which is currently available for purchase for $24.99. The FighterZ Pass 2 includes six characters including the already released Jiren and Videl, as well as the previously announced upcoming characters; Broly (DBS) and Gogeta (SSGSS). DRAGON BALL FighterZ is available now on the PlayStation® 4 computer entertainment system, Xbox One, PC via STEAM®, and Nintendo Switch™.

Survive the post-post-apocalypse in Rad

Not based on the BMX movie

20th March, 2019 – Richmond, UK: BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Europe and Double Fine Productions today announce RAD, a 3D action rogue-like game set in a post-post-apocalyptic world, where humanity has faced Armageddon not once, but twice.

RAD will be available in Summer 2019 for PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch™ and PC, with a limited Closed Beta* via Steam from Monday 8th April. For more information visit http://bnent.eu/RADClosedBeta

In RAD, players take on the role of a teenage protagonist who must venture into the Fallow, an ever-changing radioactive wasteland filled with unknown and unspeakable creatures. It’s here that they’ll find the solution to heal the world, and transform the cracked, barren landscape into a lush source of new life. But humanity’s future comes at great personal cost, as the deeper they journey into unknown lands, the more they expose themselves to gnarly toxins which bless, or curse, them with strange new mutations.

The fate of the world depends on the player, a sweet bat, and whatever new abilities they gain as the world around them ravages their body, twisting and mutating them into something far less than human, but far more powerful.

“We’re excited to finally reveal RAD - and the post-post-apocalypse - to BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment fans worldwide”, said Hervé Hoerdt, SVP of Digital and Marketing BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Europe. “RAD is a fantastic addition to our growing family of games developed outside of Japan, with a unique story, interesting characters and trademark charm created by critically-acclaimed US developers DoubleFine.

“The team at Double Fine and BANDAI NAMCO have worked so hard to get RAD together, and we’re so excited for our communities to jump into this wicked wasteland journey,” said Lee Petty, Project Lead. “We hope fans will enjoy the game as much as we’ve enjoyed building it.”

Bandai Namco to rectify Super Robot Wars T Day-1 DLC troubles for those who purchase the Southeast Asian copy

Mission success!

Things were touch-and-go with this discussion over the last few days, but we're very happy to give you a final update on the matter. While it looked like those who purchased the Southeast Asian version of Super Robot Wars T were going to miss out on the Day-1 content, Bandai Namco has confirmed that's not the case. They'll be providing a version update that'll include all the content found in the Day-1 update. Check out full details below.

For fans who purchase the English version of Super Robot Wars T for the Nintendo Switch in Southeast Asia, you will be able to receive the Day-1 digital bonus via a patch on launch day (Patch Version 1.0.2). The contents of the Day-1 Digital Bonus are as follows:

[Bonus 1] Special Scenario ‘Chapter 0: Proposal No. T1023’
[Bonus 2] Present Scenario ‘Special Starter Pack’
[Bonus 3] Special original mech Gespenst from early game
How to Redeem
From 20 March, 2019, connect your Nintendo Switch to the Internet, and enable the software automatic update function to run. After installing Patch Version 1.0.2, you will be able to receive the Day-1 Digital Bonus in-game automatically.

For the PlayStation 4 users, Day-1 Digital Bonus is already included in the physical package version released on Day-1 and the digital version copy of the game. Please download the Digital Bonus using the redemption code provided inside the physical package. Access the PlayStation Store on your PlayStation 4 console to redeem it from 20 March, 2019 onwards.

Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission - Feature Video #1: Battle Gameplay

Fight on the battlefield...with cards

Welcome to the battlefield! In Super Dragon Ball Heroes you'll need quick wits and keen strategies to defeat your opponents. Learn how to manage your fighters on the field of battle in this video feature.