Although Dragon Ball FighterZ is undoubtedly the most epic Saiyan gaming experience in recent memory, Bandai Namco is pushing out their own anime title for Android devices. Don't take that as a complaint, the arrival of Dragon Ball Legends for mobile was anticipated and welcomed. The game has been out for weeks in other regions of the world, and several die-hard fans found ways around the region inclusive app by faking their location. The official launch took place on Thursday, and now Android users have the ability to grab the game from the Google Play Store. The game will be available for iPhones later this year, and Europe will also get the mobile brawler at a later date. 

Legends is designed to be played with one hand and the combat occurs in real time. Players can dodge and counter enemies' attacks with the flick of their finger. Cards are available for characters to enact special moves. By linking cards together, gamers can build epic combos. The storyline of the game is original, and it features a new character designed by Dragon Ball creator Akira Toriyama.