SUPER DRAGON BALL HEROES WORLD MISSION
Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission is the best version of the long-running card-battling series yet, boasting a raft of new adjustments, extra cards and fresh missions to keep you coming back for more. It's packed to the rafters with content, from a heavy-duty story mode to local and online battles, so if you're a fan of the series you're going to lap up this entry now it's finally arrived in the West. While it lacks the deeper tactical nuance of Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Champions, it's still a fun and unapologetically Japanese arcade experience right there on your Switch.
Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission was a fun distraction that let me see what Gohan would look like if he could go Super Saiyan 4, but once the novelty wore off I went back to other, better looking, and better playing card games and Dragon Ball games.
Super Dragon Ball Heroes : World Mission is a truly Japanese Arcade gameplay experience that works pretty well on the Switch. Quite different from what Western Dragon Ball fans are used to playing and full of content and fan service, Bandai Namco Entertainment's game is one fans of Goku and friends should give a chance to.
Review in French | Read full review
Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission is a frustratingly monotonous, plodding, mindless game. Being skilled at hitting the A button at the right moment is more important than the cards you bring into a battle.
Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission has all the strategy and complexity of a TCG beautifully mixed with the blood pumping tension of a fun multiplayer arcade game
Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission is a solid game and a good time for fans of the franchise, and even people with more casual knowledge of the lore.
In Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World mission there a great amount of cards and collectibles. There's a simple story with a good and deep structure due to the stratified gameplay mechanics. Not only fanservice.
Review in Italian | Read full review
Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission is intended for a very niche audience and doesn't really translate the best to console and PC coming from an Arcade Game.
Overall, I'd say I like World Mission as a fun game to pick up once in a while, watch DB characters beat each other up, and enjoy a Japanese arcade experience on the go. For longer play sessions, the game can sometimes dip into monotony, but as far as fanservice-powered Dragon Ball spin-offs go, you could do a lot worse.
Super Dragon Ball Heroes World Mission delivers on story, mechanics, replay value, depth, and combat. It's a near complete package that's sure to appeal to all fans of the Dragon Ball universe.