Sunday , September 27 2020
We've got some new Dragon Ball: Origins 2 screenshots just for you.

Screenshots: More from Dragon Ball: Origins 2 for Nintendo DS

Back in the day (February 23rd of this year to be specific), we showed you some screenshots for Dragon Ball: Origins 2.  Well, it's months later, and we now have even more screenshots to unveil.

That's right, the new telling of Goku's origins is drawing ever closer and we have new pictures from it to show you (all too exciting, isn't it?).  The title is still slated to be a Nintendo DS exclusive and will take you through young Goku's life up to the resurrection of Upa's father.  Now, if that doesn't mean anything to you, that's okay.  Don't think you can't play the game because of it (it is, after all, an origin story), but it just may take you a little bit longer to figure out exactly what's going on. 

Frankly, we don't believe that screenshots will really help you understand the story, but they certainly might intrigue you.  Of course, if you're interested in the title early it's entirely possible you'll pay more attention while you play which may actually help you figure the story out.  I guess that means we take back the bit about the screenshots not helping you understand it all, they totally 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 is slated for release June 22nd.

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