Today we are very excited to announce that Dragon Ball Xenoverse will allow players to create their own custom character and take their avatar into the to participate in some of Dragon Ball’s most famous battles and adventures. Hit the arrow buttons above to flip through the new screenshots!
Players will have a wide variety of customization options to choose from including physical features from the Earthling, Majin, and Namekian races to name a few.
Once you create your characters, you’ll be summon by Trunks to complete a series of challenges to begin your path in this Dragon Ball adventure starting in the hub area, Toki Toki City.
We will have more exciting info to share about Dragon Ball Xenoverse in the coming weeks, including details on a Closed Beta for the game!
It’s time for the Bandai Namco Games Jump Festa ‘15 Wrap-up! We went out to the Jump Festa event in Japan and came back with a boatload of trailers, screenshots, and announcements! Hit the arrow buttons to check out some screens above, and check below for the big news -
Yes. You can get excited. It’s official. The 2v2 brawler that features an insane roster filled with Shonen Jump’s manga stars, J-Stars Victory VS+, is coming to the Americas and will be hitting PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, AND for the first time ever, PlayStation 4. Also, with the first release outside of Japan, J-Stars will have an additional “Arcade Mode” coming with it’s Western debut. Check out the teaser trailer and stay tuned for more information!
One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3
One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3 is coming to the Americas on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, AND Steam. Prepare to experience an all-new pirate adventure as you explore the origins of Luffy’s crew! Oh, and don’t forget to check out the trailer!
Dropbox and Yahoo! Mail for Android Make Mobile Attachments Easier
By David McDowell, Senior Director of Product Management, Yahoo! Mail and Ash Sharma, Product Manager, Yahoo! Mail
Beginning today, it’s easier to send files of any size when you’re on the go, with our new Dropbox integration in Yahoo! Mail for Android.
In the app, start a new email, tap the attachment icon and choose “Share from Dropbox.” If you’ve already linked your Dropbox account, then you can start choosing files to share right away. If you don’t have an account, just sign up from within the app.
Earlier this year, we worked with Dropbox to make it easier to send and receive large attachments in Yahoo! Mail on the web, and millions of you have done so. Now, it’s just as easy to share documents, photos and videos from Yahoo! Mail for Android.
We’re showing off this new integration today at DBX, Dropbox’s first-ever developer conference. Download the latest version of Yahoo! Mail for Android on Google Play to check it out for yourself!
Wow I can’t believe I almost forgot to show this work of perfection off. This was a commission done for me by the fantastic David Baron. Go check him out if you haven’t already. Sadly commissions are closed for the moment, but his art and characters are amazing.
I’m so happy with how this came out. They both look so precious, no?
Context: Amaranth is my majin character from Dragon Ball Xenoverse and yes, she is that tall compared to future boy.