Online retailers have updated their listings for the ninth Dragon Ball Super home video box set in Japan, covering episodes 97-108, continuing onward into the “Tournament of Power” in the Universe Survival arc:
The disc label art features #17 and #18 from the Universe 7 team. As with previous releases,
In conjunction with the game’s latest update — providing the free “Hero Colosseum” mode to all players alongside the paid “Extra Pack 1” with new playable characters, special moves, etc. — Bandai Namco has introduced microtransactions into Dragon Ball XENOVERSE 2. The in-game “TP Medal” currency, previously and also still
“With strong hearts full, our souls ignite…” – see below for a rundown on Blue Lanterns!
We’re less than a month away from the December 22nd release of Green Lantern – and there are still two factions yet to be previewed! Today, let’s take a look at the Blue Lantern Corps.
Following content teases going back to September, Bandai Namco has released “Extra Pack 1” for Dragon Ball XENOVERSE 2, the fifth paid downloadable content pack for the game. Retailing for $9.99 in America (with varying price points worldwide), this “extra” pack is not covered by the game’s original “season pass”
There’s been a flood of new previews in the last week, all helping build to the release of the first expansion of MetaX; Green Lantern. Today we’ll be looking at some cards that help marry up to a few of the other previewed cards that have been seen to help
See below for the latest spoilers from Green Lantern!
The Green Lantern Corps is the most represented faction in the next set, with twelve different Characters containing the “Green Lantern” Trait. Their card effects range from universal “goodstuff” to situational tech, though a strong deck searching theme usually allows you to