Dragon Ball FighterZ
Developed by Arc System Works
Available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows on 1/26/2018
Preview done from Open Beta on PS4
I used to love Dragon Ball Z. I remember racing to my best friends house in high school to catch the next episode of Dragon Ball Z. I came into the series a little late since I started with the Andriod Saga which is almost 100 episodes into the series but I loved it.
But that rush of seeing Gohan and Cell face off at the end of the cell Saga has never really been re-captured in video game form.
Until Dragon Ball FighterZ.
Yes its that good of a Dragon Ball Z game, but it turns out that if the beta stays the way it is this will be one of the best fighting games ever made. EVERYTHING in this game is the pennacle
of the fighting game genre. I have played every other DBZ game that has hit the US market and this one just seems like the devs REALLY get it.
Lets talk about the most striking aspect of the game, the LOOK.
Its 2018. I have played some of the most awe inspiring and beautiful games this year. Nier:Automata, Horizon: Zero Dawn, Hellblade: Setsunas Sacrifice have really set expectations in visuals to
new heights and Dragon Ball FighterZ joins the pantheon of jaw-dropping games becuase it is in fact, GORGEOUS. It looks like the characters were torn directly from the anime and the giant beam
attacks and super moves are flashy and extremely well-done.
Im no fighting game guru but the controls are tight and easy to learn but really hard to master. Its the perfect balance and Im considering buying an arcade joystick just to play this game.
My only minor quibble is the roster and DLC. All the biggies are there like Goku, Vegeta, Beerus, Cell and the like. But I felt like I wanted more variety and it looks like that will come in due-time
suggesting we shell out real world money for the rest of the roster at a later date.
Yeah its really that good.
Now if you’ll excuse me I have to get back to watching the rest of the series before the game releases on January 26th, 2018.