Bandai Namco has revealed some new details, via a press release sent to us, for Dragon Ball Z: Super Butoden 2. For the uninformed, the classic title is a bonus for preordering Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden. It won’t be available for purchase separately. So, if you haven’t done so already, you can reserve the new handheld fighting game, and get the bonus classic title, with this link from Amazon.
The 3DS version of for Dragon Ball Z: Super Butoden 2 comes with the same Story and World Tournament single player modes of the original Super Nintendo version. Unfortunately, the text is going to remain in Japanese. With that said, the cheat codes from the original game will also work in the 3DS port as well.
Super Butoden 2 also has one other limitation in that there won’t be a local versus mode due to what Bandai Namco calls “development constraints.”
The Super NES version of Super Butoden 2 was first released in late 1993 in Japan. It never came out in the North American region.
The upcoming Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden, which is being developed by Arc System Works (the studio behind BlazBlue, Guilty Gear and Persona 4 Arena), is coming out on the 20th of October.