The story in Dragon Ball: Origins 2 takes players through the Red Ribbon saga from Goku's first meeting with the Red Ribbon Army to the resurrection of Upa's father, with no shortage of colourful encounters and Ki energy-charged clashes along the way, all carried out with the trademark Dragon Ball flourish of wit and charm.
Alongside impressive new graphics vividly reproducing the vast vistas of the Dragon Ball universe, Dragon Ball: Origins 2 introduces some big gameplay changes to the controls, camera and playable characters, even letting fans team up for multiplayer action. The enhanced control system is even more accessible, letting players choose between stylus and control pad to find their ideal playing style, while the new situation-based camera system adapts with the gameplay to bring players as close as possible to the experience of a full-scale 3D action game. Taking the game beyond the single player experience of the first title, Dragon Ball: Origins 2 lets up to two players with the game play together via ad-hoc play to defeat a series of increasingly formidable bosses across special stages, all of which can also be tackled in single player mode. Players can even use their saved character data from the single player Adventure mode while battling alongside friends in co-op mode.