If it's new playable characters you want, some extra missions you lust after and multiple moves, costumes and Super Souls you need in your life, then Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2's HERO OF JUSTICE Pack 2 is going to be for you.
In a world where the likes of Street Fighter and Mortal Kombat dominate the fighting genre, it’s tough for any franchise to get a look-in. That didn’t stop developers Arc System Works from having a go on behalf of Bandai Namco though, with their 2.5D fighting game Dragon Ball FighterZ in 2018. Now, half a decade since its launch, let’s look at how Dragon Ball FighterZ became successful enough to still be talked about and how it is considered one of the best games of the franchise.
Dragon Ball: The Breakers already appears to be waning in regards to the player base and that comes as no surprise. The lengthy matchmaking, the poor gameplay mechanics and the damn ugly graphics used for environments are just the tip of the iceberg.
The boom in asymmetrical multiplayer games continue but this latest one is interesting. For a start, it isn’t a horror game but rather one based on one of the most iconic anime’s of all-time. Find out how it transcends genres as DRAGON BALL: THE BREAKERS releases today on Xbox, PlayStation, Nintendo Switch and PC.
It's been a good few months since Bandai Namco detailed the next instalment in the Dragon Ball saga, but finally we've got a fully confirmed release date for The Breakers. There's a network test coming too.
Four years is a long time in the gaming world, but it's been that long since Bandai Namco released Dragon Ball FighterZ to the world. Today though, many years and months after launch, new DLC is arriving - in the form of Android 21 (Lab Coat).