QUOTE said:The Dragonball universe and canon is one of the most well-known (though not loved) anime properties in the otaku mind-share, and developer NTL looks to be capitalizing on that with plans for an MMO. In beta testing since last summer, the game will be on 360 and PC and is expected to see release overseas this year. Dragonball Online is set many many years after the story known by fans, allowing plenty of room for the devs to craft some form of story and universe that allows all the players to become powerful. From what little is currently known, the over-arching goals of course involve collecting Dragonballs, as well as participating in martial arts tournaments. The Dragonball franchise has plenty of fans in the west, but they'll have to wait out the possibly of release outside of the Asian countries.
Being into Dragon Ball when I was younger, this looks mighty interesting. I don't like the idea of paying a monthly fee to play this(assuming there is one), but it's an interesting concept nonetheless. I know many people will probably reply bashing the series, but would like to see what others think of this. Can't wait to see what will come of this.