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Dragon Ball Legends Now Available to All US Android Users

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Dragon Ball Legends Now Available to All US Android Users

Attention! This is a call to all Dragon Ball fans! Dragon Ball Legends is out today for all Android users in the US. The announcement was made earlier today on the Dragon Ball Legends Twitter:

Unfortunately, it seems that European players and iOS users will still have to play the waiting game a bit longer with the tweet noting that the “launch for other regions and the iOS version is coming soon.” How soon? Well, for now, only time will tell as, beyond this tweet, information is still a bit scarce concerning future releases. But, as always, we’ll be sure to keep you updated.

Dragon Ball Legends is a free “action card battle game” for mobile in which you will take on various other players around the world (once everyone has their hands on the game that is) in fast-paced one-on-one battles. Inspired by the iconic Dragan Ball anime series, the game features an original storyline and, more importantly, a brand-new character created by Japanese manga artist Akira Toriyama, the prolific creator behind the Dragon Ball series.

The game boasts a range of Dragon Ball characters to choose from, including fan-favorites such as Goku and Vegeta, and features “high quality 3D stages with character voicing,” according to its Google Play Store description. Your character’s actions are controlled by tapping on and swiping the screen, which will either launch one of your myriad of moves or dodge your enemies’ incoming attacks. From what we’ve seen so far, the game looks beautiful and crisp, with fluid character animations to boot.

So, will you also be abandoning all your real-world duties today so you can become the ultimate Dragon Ball master? If so, we look forward to seeing you on the battlefield!

Wiehahn is a freelance writer based in the sun-soaked city of Cape Town, South Africa. When he isn't busy tenderizing his keyboard with a barrage of keystrokes you can either find him exploring various digital landscapes, consuming copious amounts of coffee, or getting all analog with these strange and ancient things called "books"... they're pretty cool.

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