The official North American box art for Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi has been released! Earlier in the month, Namco Bandai had released a provisional box art for Europe. It looks like the final North American version will be almost exactly the same as that. The key difference obviously is the North American Box Art is the ESRB logo, while the European box art has the PEGI ratings logo. The second difference, which seems very slight when eyeballing it, is the position of Goku, and consequently his aura. Goku seems to be moved a few pixels down and to the right in the North American box art. When comparing side-by-side, we think it makes the box art look better. What do you think?
Dragon Ball Z Ultimate Tenkaichi (or Dragon Ball: Ultimate Blast in Japan), formerly known as Dragon Ball Game Project Age 2011, is a 3D fighting game in development by Spike. The game features upgraded graphics from previous DBZ games, destrucuble battle fields, an enhanced story mode, and an accessible battle system that allows gamers to enjoy fast-pasted Dragon Ball Z action! Dragon Ball Z Ultimate Tenkaichi is scheduled to be released October 25 in North America, October 28th in Europe, and December 8th in Japan for the Microsoft Xbox 360 and Sony PlayStation 3. To learn more about the game, check out prior posts on Dragon Ball Z Ultimate Tenkaichi.