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Upcoming 2D fighting game, Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden from Namco Bandai has got its complete roster list of playable characters.

Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden is expected to be released in Japan on 11 June, 2015. It will roll out exclusively for Nintendo 3DS platform.

The latest issue of the Japanese magazine, V-Jump was leaked online, and ShonenGameZ was quick to scan the issue that revealed the complete character roster for the fighting game.

The leaked list includes some of the popular characters who have been part of the Dragon Ball Z franchise and also introduces players to lesser known characters or those who have made only rare appearances, which include Bardock, Beerus and more.

Below is the complete list of playable character roster for Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden:

  • Teen Gohan
  • Krilin
  • Son Goku
  • Nappa
  • Raditz
  • Piccolo
  • Freeza
  • Ginyu
  • Vegeta
  • Future Trunks
  • Super Saiyan Vegeta
  • Super Saiyan Goku
  • Perfect Cell
  • Super Saiyan Gohan
  • Android 18
  • Mister Buu
  • Young Adult Super Saiyan Gohan
  • Young Adult Mystic Gohan
  • Super Saiyan God Goku
  • Super Saiyan Gotenks
  • Pure Majin Buu
  • Broly
  • Bardock
  • Beerus

Apart from newly revealed list of playable characters, Extreme Butoden will also feature support characters like Chi-Chi, Bulma, Yamcha, Tien and Chaotzu. These support characters need to be unlocked after the completion missions in the game's Adventure mode reported GeekSnack. It was also revealed that the game will allow players to create their own teams that will include both playable and support characters.

Japanese players downloading the demo version of Extreme Butoden will be landing themselves with a Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan Goku, the latest form of Goku as seen in 'Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection F' movie.

There is no official date for Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden's western release. We can only be hopeful of Bandai Namco announcing it sooner than later.

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