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Accept Nostal/Treevax's work and create Dragon Ball Z: Raging Blast 3.

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Nostal/Treevax is more than just a fan. He is a voice calling out for a better Dragon Ball Z game. What started out as "fan wish pictures" to prove that Raging Blast 2 would be more beautiful with Cel Shading graphics, turned into a huge project containing spread sheets that explain what fans want in a Dagon Ball Z game. After two years of hard work, Treevax finished his Raging Blast 3 fan based project. He didn’t stop there. Treevax took his Raging Blast 3 fan wish project straight to the people who make it all happen.  In 2011 Treevax showed the project to the European community manager of Namco Bandai. Following that, he printed the sheets and gave them to Namco Bandai’s former label director during a “Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi” event in Paris. This was also in October 2011. After meeting with the former label director a second time, he informed Treevax that his Raging Blast 3 project would have an impact on their work. The former label director also said he would organize a meeting with the whole team of Japanese producers at the Japan Expo on July 7th, 2012.

Treevax met with the Japanese producers and was able to share his entire completed project and give them the fans main requests. After all of the hard work and time put into Treevax’s Raging Blast 3 project, it would be a shame to let it die without actually being implemented into a real Dragon Ball Z video game. Namco Bandai has definitely taken notice of Treevax’s work, but that is not enough in order for them to make a game like Raging Blast 3. The best way to support this project is to spread the word, sign this petition and like the official Nostal/Treevax’s Facebook page.    


Letter to
Namco Bandai US
Namco Bandai EU
Namco Bandai (Japan)
Accept Nostal/Treevax's work and create Dragon Ball Z: Raging Blast 3.