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Dragon Ball: Origins 2 is coming and we have the pics to prove it.

Screenshots: Dragon Ball: Origins 2 for Nintendo DS

Dragon Ball.  It's  monolithic.  There's this Dragon Ball and that Dragon Ball and the other Dragon Ball as well. Dragon Ball comes in infinite forms, variations, and extensions.  And, most importantly for our purposes, Dragon Ball videogames are an ever-expanding franchise. 

Today we bring to you screenshots of the upcoming Dragon Ball game for the Nintendo DS – Dragon Ball: Origins 2 (that probably makes it a sequel to Dragon Ball: Origins). The game is going to feature Goku going up against the Red Ribbon Army (perhaps you remember that from the anime series).  It's an adventure game with a camera that is going to change-up its position based on what's actually happening (it's a "situation-based camera").  The title will feature co-op gameplay, allow you to run around as more than just Goku, and is an action-adventure title.  Not to worry, there will be fighting (it wouldn't be Dragon Ball without fighting), but there will be puzzles to solved and exploring to be done as well.

Dragon Ball, is there anything it can't do?

Dragon Ball: Origins 2

Dragon Ball: Origins 2

Dragon Ball: Origins 2

Dragon Ball: Origins 2

Dragon Ball: Origins 2

Dragon Ball: Origins 2

Dragon Ball: Origins 2

Dragon Ball: Origins 2

Dragon Ball: Origins 2

Dragon Ball: Origins 2

Dragon Ball: Origins 2

Dragon Ball: Origins 2

Dragon Ball: Origins 2

Dragon Ball: Origins 2

Dragon Ball: Origins 2

Dragon Ball: Origins 2

Dragon Ball: Origins 2 is due out in summer 2010 for the Nintendo DS.

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