The first review for Dragon Ball Fusions has been published by Famitsu and it sounds like a game that will appeal to fans of both the franchise and RPG games in general.
Gematsu posted the review scores for the latest Famitsu magazine and Dragon Ball Fusions scored a 33/40. The four reviewers scored it an 8/8/8/9. Overall, a decent score for the 3DS exclusive.
Looking further at the review, it was noted that the game will take you roughly 20-25 hours to complete. It will also have a lot of replayability and the game does a good job of catering to Dragon Ball fans.
Another thing that was praised about the game is the range of characters that are available. They noted Dragon Ball Super characters make an appearance. You are also able to fuse with a large number of characters in order to create new beings.
Sadly, Bandai Namco has yet to announce if they will actually localize Dragon Ball Fusions to the Western market. It might be out next year as most Western gamers will be looking forward Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 this October instead.