Dragon Ball FighterZ
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About this game
Developer: Arc System Works
Content Rating: Teen
Discover a never-seen-before scenario featuring Android 21, a brand new character whose creation was supervised by Akira Toriyama himself. Spectacular Fights: Experience aerial combos, destructible stages and famous scenes from the DRAGON BALL anime in 60FPS and 1080p resolution!
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Gamer Reviews12290 Reviews
This game is for casual players. I do not recommend this game for persons who look for adventures and good stories. This is just a game for casual players who have few ocassions to spend some time in front of the TV. The graphics are awesome, the combos are complicated as in the old fighting games and If you are fan of the anime, yes, it worth it.
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Critic Reviews44 Reviews
Secret cut scene segments are available to unlock that are very much aimed at long-time fans of Dragon Ball Z -- if you get the right combination of characters in story mode locations (or if you defeat an enemy with the proper team build). This extra effort to please the fans gives a reason to keep playing the single player campaign in different ways and adds a lot of replay value over time.
Dragon Ball FighterZ is not only true to its source material, but ranks among the best as a 2D fighting game. How long you stick with it might be entirely dependent on how much you love the series, though.
Dragon Ball FighterZ’s actual story is basically a silly cross between a cheesy visual novel and a made for DVD OVA produced by big ol’ Dragon Ball dorks. You, the player, are inexplicably injected into the world of Dragon Ball Z, or Super, or something; it’s not super clear. Not only that, but you’re in Goku’s body, and while he eventually regains his consciousness, he (and nobody else) can actually fight to their normal ability. But when the magic player insert goes inside, they can – you know what, nevermind.