Arc System Works' superb fighting game Dragon Ball FighterZ comes out on Nintendo Switch on 28th September.
Bandai Namco has released a brief video showing gameplay of Fused Zamasu, the next DLC character for superb fighting game Dragon Ball FighterZ.
Dragon Ball FighterZ's roster of playable characters is bolstered today with the release of Broly and Bardock as DLC.
Dragon Ball FighterZ players have come up with loads of "touch of death" combos - that is, combos that kill an enemy character outright. Now, one of Dragon Ball FighterZ best players has shown it's possible to kill an entire team of enemy characters with just one combo.
Now Dragon Ball FighterZ, the wonderful fighting game from Arc System Works based on the famous anime, has been out for a few weeks, advanced players are coming up with some stunning combos. The latest challenge is to Touch of Death solo.
There are a lot of cool super moves in Dragon Ball FighterZ, but the most entertaining has to be Android 16's all-or-nothing level three, a self-destruct.
Arc System Works' superb fighting game Dragon Ball FighterZ (it really is great - check out my review for more) has been out for a handful of days now, and so advanced players are starting to get to grips with its thrilling combo system, pulling off high-damage, multi-string attacks that incorporate assists and burn plenty of super meter.
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Dragon Ball FighterZ is a match made in heaven. It's that rare licensed game that comes from the marriage of a developer and franchise who are perfect for each other. What Rocksteady did for Batman, what Rare did for James Bond and what BioWare did for Star Wars, Japanese studio Arc System Works has done for Dragon Ball. The result is an exciting, exuberant and surprisingly rewarding brawler that's one of the best fighting games I've played, and it's not just for genre enthusiasts either.
Dragon Ball FighterZ
Developer: Arc System Works
Editor's note: This is an early impressions piece based on a week with Dragon Ball FighterZ - following the somewhat shaky online betas, we're waiting until the release on Friday for the opportunity to test out the game online on fully stressed servers before we commit to our final review.
Here is what I knew about Dragon Ball FighterZ before I played it at Bandai Namco's Paris expo last month: 1) developer Arc System Works is the seasoned creator of painterly, 2D beatdowns responsible for BlazBlue and Guilty Gear, 2) Dragon Ball is a venerable manga in which absurd hunks with radioactive mullets make planets explode by, as far as I can tell, experiencing really bad heartburn, 3) ???? 4) profit, going by ecstatic reactions to the closed beta. Now that I've laid hands on it, I can replace "????" with "FighterZ is quite an accessible fighting game, for all its multiple-decade backstory and arcane terminology". Fear not, dabbler - if like me you struggle to sort your Gokus from your Gohans and your Ultimate Z Changes from your Sparking Blasts, you can still make headway here by doing quarter circles with your thumbs and sitting back as the TV catches fire.
The drip-feed of character reveals for Dragon Ball FighterZ continues. This time we have confirmation of three new characters for the promising-looking fighting game.
Bandai Namco has put out a new video for promising Arc System Works developed fighting game Dragon Ball Fighterz that gives us our best look at the story mode yet.
Promising fighting game Dragon Ball FighterZ comes out on 26th January 2018, Bandai Namco has announced. That's for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Dragon Ball FighterZ is a 2.5D fighter from Arc System Works, the developer of the critically acclaimed BlazBlue series. It is of course based on the Dragon Ball franchise.
Each player picks three character to form a team, and you switch between them during a match. Like Capcom's Marvel vs. Capcom, you can all in other characters to perform an assist. Expect over-the-top special moves and hundred digit combos.
Bandai Namco has shown off the Dragon Ball Fighterz story mode for the first time.
Dragon Ball FighterZ, the upcoming fighting game based on the hugely popular anime, includes Trunks.