That would probably have to be a thing where Craft & Meister (the guys behind the game, and headed by Noritaka Funamizu, one of the people behind SF2) would have to be asked to do the honors again.
Strangely enough, C&M have been largely quiet over these last few years since SDBZ. You’d think that with 2008/2009 being possibly the largest “revival” the FG scene has seen in years, they would have their own product either ready, or at least announced so that we’d have something else to get hype about.
…I really hope they’re still alive. Super DBZ wasn’t perfect, but it was probably the DBZ game I’ve enjoyed the most since the days of Hyper Dimension and the Super Butodens on the SNES. DBZ or not, I’d love to see what else those guys could do.
That’s something that people have probably been asking off and on for the last decade and some change. Games come out, and games go by…but one thing only remains consistent: as long as people don’t get tired of Dragon Ball, there will be games for the people to buy. The fact that people still love this series and want to see more of it (both in Japan and out) despite the fact that the series has been off the air for years, should be testament to that fact. We got a friggin’ MMO and a live-action movie based on the series coming out some time in the future. This series ain’t go nowhere.
I would guess that when more people (and I mean significantly more) FINALLY do decide that they want more out of DB than just the familiar stories of Goku and friends, THAT’S when they may feel free to actually do more. Maybe they might take a cue from Star Wars, and start doing a whole bunch of “Expanded Universe Gaidens”, or some silliness of that sort.