Dragon Ball FighterZ Review from Bandai Namco and Arc System Works - this is a 2D fighting game based on the anime and manga from the popular Dragon Ball series.
Dragon Ball FighterZ is a new 2D 3v3 fighter from Arc System Works and Bandai Namco coming out in Spring 2018 for PS4, XBO, PC.
Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 has a robust roster of 68 playable characters to choose from. To unlock a majority of these characters and their over-the-top move sets, players use their very own create-a-characters made with the in-game engine to complete missions.
Those looking for an intense fighting game experience should steer clear of Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden.
This marks the first Dragon Ball game for 'next-gen' consoles however graphics and engine performance don't yield any surprises.
If you love Dragon Ball you'll likely have some fun with the game, but whether or not that fun is worth $60 is up to you. I would be waiting for a price drop on this one.
The Dragon Ball Z Battle of Z demo only covered the fight up to Nappa so the selection of characters was fairly slim, but it showed enough to give an idea of how the game would play.
Dragon Ball Z is a series you either remember fondly or have been forced to remember from countless iterations. While Xbox 360 owners were able to have Dragon Ball Z for Kinect for themselves, the newly released Dragon Ball Z Budokai HD Collection is letting everyone join in. While both games in this collection look [...]
Using the story from the Saiyan Saga, Attack of the Saiyans (from Namco Bandai) tries to please fans by releasing the Japanese DS title with the same name. Unfortunately the game suffers from bad translations and very repetitive gameplay, making it hard to rise above the crowded gaming Holiday season. Stocking stuffer or not - [...]