Dragon Ball Xenoverse
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Content Rating: Teen
Kamehameha! Goku battles all rivals in Dragon Ball Xenoverse, a fighting game that brings players all the frenzied battles between Goku and his fiercest enemies, such as Vegeta, Fr i eza, Cell and much more, with new gameplay design!
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Dragon Ball Xenoverse is most definitely a step in the right direction for the nearly annual series, though there were still some missteps along the way. The choice to move towards a somewhat MMO setting is unique, even when played completely offline. The story is much improved over any recent entry, but is still deeply rooted in the familiar one that has been presented for more than a decade. While it does have its flaws, Dragon Ball Xenoverse is a must play for fans, as it easily has the most potential of any recent game in the series.
You’ll get about 12-15 good hours out of Dragon Ball XenoVerse’s single-player and co-op missions, but you probably won’t touch it much after that. But hey, 15 hours is pretty good for a full price game these days. If you are a fan of DBZ, especially if you have ever written a piece of DBZ fanfiction or made a piece of DBZ fanart, you should probably give Dragon Ball XenoVerse a try.
Dragon Ball Xenoverse is not the perfect Dragon Ball game, but it innovates a franchise that has long needed a fresh perspective. And while certain aspects and mechanics make the game slightly more annoying, the core experience is as strong as ever.