Dragonball Xenoverse (Japanese)
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Dragon Ball is returning to your home consoles in 2015, and one of the coolest announcements yet is that YOU will be the newest fighter to join the roster!
Dragon Ball Xenoverse promises a wide variety character customization features, including physical features from the various Dragon Ball races (Earthling, Majin, and Namekian - with more to come). Customization doesn't stop at appearance, as the game's time travelling hero you will have to choose your Dragon Ball character's fighting style and abilities by training under a 'Master'.
Each Master will have different skillsets and patterns depending on who the player chooses (Goku, Vegeta, etc.) Your chosen Master will also be able to join you in the battlefield should you need assistance.
Xenoverse is filled with time travel themes, so who better to be your guide than Trunks? Trunks will show you around Toki Toki City, the primary hub in the game, and introduce you to places like the "Toki Storage Room" - a place where players can meet other players, train with their master, or take part in story mode and co-op quests. These quest modes will feature some massive enemies including Great Age Vegeta!
If you're familiar with the Dragon Ball universe then you know all about the world tournament. Bandai Namco Entertainment have said that the tournament will be a major feature of the upcoming title, where fighters from all around the world will be able to compete in tournaments organized by Bandai Namco Entertainment.
|Original Name||龍珠 Xenoverse XV (日文版)|
|Official Release Date||Feb 05, 2015|
Create your own time traveling fighter in Dragon Ball Xenoverse!
GAME OF THE WEEK: Join the roster in Dragon Ball: Xenoverse!
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|Average rating:||(4.5 out of 5)|
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A lot of annoyances in this, but it gets the job done for all intents and purposes. Hub world and music is very average, so I recommend listening to your own music while playing. But the combat, missions, and rpg elements are all very solid for the first of many sequels. Glad Bandai finally went and gave us what we were begging for, for decades. Good job.
Great game and very fun. I really recommend it, excellent graphics!!
Other than the grinding and limited off-line multiplayer it's basically every DBZ fan's dream game. The create a character could have used a bit more options but overall it's a solid start. The gameplay is accessible and fun, with a solid roster of the original characters. A must buy for DBZ fans.
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