Posts Tagged ‘release date’
  • Dragonball Online: English Patch More Than Possible 0 CommentsPosted by admin on March 23, 2010 under all articles, featured articles
    Just to let you all know a full Dragonball Online English patch is more than Possible! Hey there mateys! For those who were able to play (being korean maybe), here comes an incomplete translation patch for the game. i will update later, if you see some errors you would like to see corrected, i am happy to try and fix them. By downloading this file you agree that is your responsability to be usi... more.
  • New WallPaper, WOHOO! 0 CommentsPosted by admin on January 11, 2010 under all articles, wikipedia articles
    New Dragonball Online Wallpaper can be found here.... more.
  • Official Site Revamp 11 CommentsPosted by admin on under all articles, articles, featured articles
    Today the official Dragonball Online Website went offline for a few hours so the site could be upgraded and transferred to a brand new server. This was due to performance issues the site had been being experiencing. The Website is now back online and you can judge the new look for yourself (dbo.netmarble.net). The new site sadly does not contain much new information about the game, how ever Net... more.
  • World Wide Release Date Plans 158 CommentsPosted by admin on December 16, 2009 under all articles, articles, featured articles
    I thought I would write a quick article clearing up DragonBall Online release date misconceptions for America/Europe. So here goes. This week a member of our community posted a thread stating that Dragonball Online is not on Namco Bandai’s 2010 games release list, see thread here. This information is correct and Namco Bandai is the official international publisher for Dragonball Online. Of... more.
  • 9You Licenses Dragon Ball Online 8 CommentsPosted by admin on December 8, 2009 under all articles, articles, news articles
    In an article posted on his blog, Li Yanqing, president of online gaming firm China Game, has claimed that Chinese online game operator 9You has signed an agreement with Korean developer CJ Internet to license the Mainland China operating rights to Dragon Ball Online. CJ Internet owns the world-wide development and distribution rights to Dragon Ball Online. Li didn't reveal any details of the ... more.