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Dragon Ball FighterZ – New Dragon Ball Game

all you need to know about Dragon Ball FighterZ

Anyone here didn’t hear about dragon ball?This one of the most loved anime series ever. Therefore there is no wonder that the news about the new game Dragon Ball FighterZ exited millions of the anime fans. Dragon Ball FighterZ (ドラゴンボール ファイターズ Doragon Bōru Faitāzu) developed by  Arc System Works. Fighting games have typically been dominated by a few titles that push out sequels. Tekken, Street Fighter, Smash Bros., and even Arc System Works’ own – Guilty Gear and BlazBlue – have many sequels. So when Dragon Ball FighterZ was revealed it was met with wide eyes and happy faces.

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The anime popularity made the series an object for many many dragon ball games. Don’t you believe me? check out the full list on the bottom of this post.

If you like fast-paced action game then you are going to enjoy this one! The Dragon Ball FighterZ game will be available for the following platform:

  • PlayStation 4 
  • Xbox One 
  • Microsoft Windows via Steam

The English dubbing of the Dragon Ball FighterZ game will be made by  Funimation. The Dragon Ball FighterZ game is High-end Anime Graphics
Using the power of the Unreal engine and the talented team at Arc System Works, DRAGON BALL FighterZ is a visual tour-de-force.

Dragon Ball FighterZ – trailer

The leader of the Ginyu Force wouldn’t be much without his team, and the rest of the crew can be used in battle. The trailer shows Ginyu calling the other members of the squad as support characters.

Ginyu and the Ginyu Force retain their wacky, over-the-top personalities in Dragon Ball FighterZ. They’re not afraid to strike a pose whenever the action calls for it.

Dragon Ball FighterZ – Gameplay

anyone familiar with Marvel vs. Capcom games will have no problem getting used to Dragon Ball FighterZ as the controls are practically the same with 3 attack button and one action button. Every player chooses 3 characters for his team. He controls one of them at a time but he can switch with every character at any given time. A cool feature of this Dragon Ball FighterZ game is the ability to call other characters for “help” him in a combined action which makes the game more strategic and interesting.

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Dragon Ball FighterZ – Characters

Android 18 is the eighteenth iteration of Dr. Gero’s powerful series of advanced artificial humans. When she’s first introduced, she follows Gero’s orders to kill Goku. However, her rebellious attitude causes her to deviate from this plan, inevitably leading to her and her brother, Android 17, murdering Gero in cold blood. Regardless, Android 18 eventually joins the Z Fighters due to the kindness and compassion they exhibit towards her at the end of the Cell saga.

(人造人間21号 Jinzōningen Nijūichi-Gō) is an Android who appears in Dragon Ball FighterZ. Her intelligence rivals that of Dr. Gero, though she may be even smarter than he was.

Captain Ginyu is the leader of the eponymous Ginyu Force.As one of the few men who revere Frieza, he is very loyal and follows any order he gives him.

Cell (セル, Seru) was the ultimate creation of Dr. Gero, who came from a future timeline, designed to possess all the abilities of the greatest fighters to have ever inhabited or visited Earth; the result was a “perfect warrior”, possessing numerous favorable genetic traits and special abilities. He was one of the few Red Ribbon Androids not directly completed by Dr. Gero; he was completed by Dr. Gero’s Supercomputer. He is the main antagonist of the Cell Arc.

Future Trunks is Vegeta’s and Bulma’s son from an alternate timeline.Future Trunks first appeared in the aftermath of the Frieza Saga, having traveled back in time to warn the Z Fighters about the oncoming threat of the Androids, as well as to deliver medicine to Goku that would cure him of the heart disease he died from in the alternate timeline.

the emperor of the universe. Frieza thinks he is the most powerful life form in the universe.  who controlled his own imperial army and was feared for his ruthlessness and power.

Gohan is the elder son of series protagonist Goku and his wife Chichi. While he shares his father’s strength and courageous spirit, he tends to pull away from fighting and only resorts to it as a means of defending his family and friends.

Super Saiyan Blue (超サイヤ人ブルー Sūpā Saiya-jin Burū), originally known as Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan (スーパーサイヤじんゴッドスーパーサイヤじん Sūpā Saiya-jin Goddo Sūpā Saiya-jin), is a form that uses the power of Super Saiyan God with the first Super Saiyan form. This form can be accessed by absorbing the powers of god, activating them and then transforming into a Super Saiyan, or through vigorous ki control training with a deity with Godly ki and then obtaining that Godly ki for oneself, as seen with Vegeta in the Super anime

Dragon Ball FighterZ – The complete list of dragon ball games

1986
Dragon Ball: Pilaf no Gyakushū (Japan only/handheld)
Dragon Ball: Taiketsu Son Gokū (Japan only/handheld)
Dragon Ball: Dragon Daihikyou (Japan only)
Dragon Ball: Shenron no Nazo (Japan)
1987

Dragon Ball Téléphone TV (Japan only)
1988
Famicom Jump: Hero Retsuden (Japan only)
Dragon Ball: Shenron no Nazo (U.S. & Europe)
Dragon Ball: Taose Piccolo Daimao (Japan only/handheld)
Dragon Ball: Daimaō Fukkatsu (Japan only)
1989
Dragon Ball: Kachinuke! Tenkaichi Budōkai (Japan only/handheld)
Dragon Ball Z: Ganbare! Son Gohan (Japan only/handheld)
Dragon Ball 3: Gokuden (Japan only)
1990
Dragon Ball Z 2: Ikari no Kaiōken! (Japan only/handheld)
Dragon Ball Z: Kyōshū! Saiyan (Japan only)
Dragon Ball Z: Saiya-jin no Moukou (Japan only/handheld)
Dragon Ball Z: Daikessen (Japan only/handheld)
Dragon Ball Z: Shutsugen! Ginyū Tokusentai (Japan only/handheld)
1991
Famicom Jump II: Saikyō no Shichinin (Japan only)
Dragon Ball Z: Kyōaku Freeza Shūrai! (Japan only/handheld)
Dragon Ball Z: Sukautā Batoru (Japan only/handheld)
Dragon Ball Z: Namekkusei Chō Kessen (Japan only/handheld)
Dragon Ball Z II: Gekishin Freeza (Japan only)
Dragon Ball Z: LSI Barcode Wars (Japan only/handheld)
Dragon Ball Z: Suupa Saiyajin Toujou (Japan only/handheld)
1992
Dragon Ball Z: Atsumare! Goku Warudo (Japan only)
Dragon Ball Z: Super Saiya Densetsu (Japan only)
Dragon Ball Z: Taose! Garlic Jr. (Japan only/handheld)
Dragon Ball Z: Super Barcode Wars (Japan only/handheld)
Dragon Ball Z: Taiketsu Jinzōningen (Japan only/handheld)
Dragon Ball Z III: Ressen Jinzōningen (Japan only)
Dragon Ball Z: Saikyō Taiketsu! Cell VS Gokū (Japan only/handheld)
Dragon Ball Z: Gekitō Tenkaichi Budōkai (Japan only)
1993
Vegeta+Goku games LOL
Vegeta and Goku playing video games (Daizenshuu 1)
Dragon Ball Z (Japan only/arcade)
Dragon Ball Z: Super Butōden (Japan & Europe)
Dragon Ball Z: Senritsu! Bio Soldier (Japan only/handheld)
Dragon Ball Z: Pawā Sakuretsu Son Gohan! (Japan only/handheld)
Dragon Ball Z Gaiden: Saiyajin Zetsumetsu Keikaku (Japan only)
Dragon Ball Z: Z Senshi Dai Shugyō! (Japan only/handheld)
Cult Jump (Japan only)
Dragon Ball Z: Super Butōden 2 (Japan)
1994
Dragon Ball Z: V.R.V.S. (Japan only/arcade)
Dragon Ball Z: Super Butōden 2 (Europe)
Dragon Ball Z: Buyū Retsuden (Japan & Europe)
Dragon Ball Z: P-1 Mini 2 (Japan only/handheld)
Dragon Ball Z: Syugyouda! Gohan! Mezase Tenkaichi (Japan only/handheld)
Dragon Ball Z: Touch Panel game (Japan only/handheld)
Dragon Ball Z Gaiden: Shin Saiyajin Zetsumetsu Keikaku – Chikyū-Hen (Japan only)
Dragon Ball Z: Super Butōden 3 (Japan & Europe)
Dragon Ball Z: Idainaru Son Goku Densetsu (Japan only)
Dragon Ball Z: Goku Hishōden (Japan only)
Dragon Ball Z Gaiden: Shin Saiyajin Zetsumetsu Keikaku – Uchū-Hen (Japan only)
1995
Dragon Ball Z 2: Super Battle (Japan Only/Arcade)
Dragon Ball Z: Super Gokuden: Totsugeki-Hen (Japan only)
Dragon Ball Z: Fukkatsu! Majin Buu (Japan/Handheld)
Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Battle 22 (Japan)
Dragon Ball Z: Goku Gekitōden (Japan only)
Dragon Ball Z: Super Gokuden: Kakusei-Hen (Japan only)
Dragon Ball Z: Shin Butōden (Japan only)
Dragon Ball Z: Manga Kasetto (Japan only)
Dragon Ball Z: Taisen Kata Game Kasetto (Japan only)
1996
Dragon Ball Z: Hyper Dimension (Japan & Europe)
Dragon Ball Z: The Legend (Japan)
Anime Designer: Dragon Ball Z (Japan only/computer)
Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Battle 22 (Europe)
1997
Dragon Ball Z: The Legend (Europe)
Dragon Ball GT: Final Bout (JPN, U.S., EU)
2002
Dragon Ball GT: Final Bout (UK)
Dragon Ball Z: The Legacy of Goku (U.S. & EU)
Dragon Ball Z: Collectible Card Game (U.S. only)
Dragon Ball Z: Legendary Super Warriors (JPN, U.S., EU)
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai (U.S. & Europe)
2003
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai (Japan)
Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Battle 22 (U.S.)
Dragon Ball Z: The Legacy of Goku II (U.S. & EU)
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 2 (U.S. & Europe)
Dragon Ball Z: Taiketsu (U.S.)
Dragon Ball (WonderSwan Color) (Japan only)
2004
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 2 (Japan)
Dragon Ball GT: Final Bout (reissued in the U.S.)
Dragon Ball Z: Taiketsu (EU)
Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors (JPN, U.S., EU)
Dragon Ball Z: Buu’s Fury (U.S. only)
Dragon Ball: Advanced Adventure (Japan)
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 3 (U.S. & Europe)
2005
Data Carddass Dragon Ball Z (Japan only/arcade)
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 3 (Japan)
Dragon Ball Z: Sagas (U.S. only)
Dragon Ball: Advanced Adventure (U.S. & EU)
Jump Super Stars (Japan only)
Dragon Ball GT: Transformation (U.S. only)
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi (JPN, U.S., EU)
Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors 2 (Japan & U.S.)
Super Dragon Ball Z (Japan/arcade)
2006
Data Carddass Dragon Ball Z 2 (Japan only/arcade)
Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors 2 (Europe)
Dragon Ball Z: Shin Budokai (JPN, U.S., EU)
Super Dragon Ball Z (JPN, U.S., EU/PS2; Europe/arcade)
Battle Stadium D.O.N (Japan only)
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2 (JPN, U.S., EU, AUS/PS2; U.S./Wii)
Jump Ultimate Stars (Japan only)
Dragon Ball Z: Battle Taikan Kamehameha (Japan only)
Dragon Ball Z TV games (U.S. only)
2007
Dragon Ball Z: Bakuretsu Impact (Japan only/arcade)
Dragon Ball Z: Shin Budokai – Another Road (JPN, U.S., EU, AUS)
Dragon Ball Z: Harukanaru Densetsu (JPN, U.S., EU, AUS)
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2 (JPN, EU, AUS/Wii)
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3 (JPN, U.S., EU/PS2)
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3 (Japan & U.S./Wii)
Dragon Ball Z: Battle Taikan Kamehameha 2 (Japan only)
Dragon Ball Z: Scouter Battle Taikan Kamehameha (Japan and Mexico)
2008
Dragon Ball Z: W Bakuretsu Impact (Japan only/arcade)
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3 (Europe)
Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit (JPN, U.S., EU)
Dragon Ball: Origins (JPN, U.S., EU, AUS)
Dr. Slump: Arale-Chan (Japan only)
Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World (JPN, U.S., EU)
Dragon Ball Z × One Piece: Battle Taikan Gomu Gomu no Kamehameha (Japan only)
2009
Dragon Ball Z: Dragon Battlers (Japan Only/arcade)
Dragonball Evolution (Japan & U.S.)
Dragon Ball Z: Attack of the Saiyans (JPN, U.S., EU, AUS)
Dragon Ball: Revenge of King Piccolo (JPN, U.S., EU, AUS)
Dragon Ball: Raging Blast (JPN, U.S., EU, AUS)
2010
Dragon Ball Online (Korea/computer)
Dragon Ball: Origins 2 (JPN, U.S., EU)
Dragon Ball Z: Tenkaichi Tag Team (JPN, U.S., EU, AUS)
Dragon Ball: Raging Blast 2 (JPN, U.S., EU, AUS)
Dragon Ball Heroes (Japan only/arcade)
2011
BillsShenronGodGoku3DSCover
Battle of Gods characters on a 3DS
Dragon Ball Kai: Ultimate Butōden (Japan only)
Dragon Ball: Zenkai Battle Royale (Japan only/arcade)
Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi (JPN, U.S., EU)
2012
Dragon Ball Z For Kinect (U.S., EU)
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai HD Collection (U.S., EU)
2013
Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission (Japan only)
Dragon Ball: Tap Battle (Japan only)
Dragon Ball RPG: Shōnen-hen (Japan only)
J Legend Retsuden (Japan only)
2014
Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z
J-Stars Victory Vs
Dragon Ball: Ultimate Swipe (Japan only)
Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission 2 (Japan only)
2015
Dragon Ball Xenoverse
Dragon Ball Discross (Japan only)
Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butōden
Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle
2016
Dragon Ball Fusions
Super Dragon Ball Heroes (Japan only/arcade)
Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2
2017
Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission X (Japan only)
2018
Dragon Ball FighterZ

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