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Dragon Ball Xenoverse
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- New Generation Dragon Ball - Enjoy your favorite manga on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One for the first time ever! Also available on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.
- Improved Gameplay - Fast paced and powerful battles await to be discovered, including real-time transformation!
- Strong Immersion - Inspired from one of the most famous series ever created.
- New World Setup - A clock that once had stopped will start to tick again in an enigmatic and futuristic city!
- Original Battles - Take part in epic fights against ferocious enemies such as Vegeta, Frieza, Cell and much more!
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- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 1.4 x 13.44 x 17.22 cm; 77.11 Grams
- Release date : 24 February 2015
- ASIN : B00KY1HZ80
- Item Model Number : 12029
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Fierce battles of Goku and others will be reborn! For the first time ever, the Dragon Ball universe will be depicted onto the new generation systems and will fully benefit from the most powerful consoles ever created. DRAGON BALL XENOVERSE will bring all the frenzied battles between Goku and his most fierce enemies, such as Vegeta, Frieza, Cell and much more, with new gameplay design! DRAGON BALL XENOVERSE will take the beloved universe from series' creator Akira Toriyama by storm and break tradition with a new world setup, a mysterious city and other amazing features to be announced in the future! But a question remains; an unknown fighter appears... Who is he?!
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So after skipping Raging Blast 2, Ultimate Tenkaichi, Battle of Z and the Budokai HD Collection (though I may pick that one up yet), Xenoverse finally caught my eye. Why? Because it was trying something new. The game takes a lot of influence from the now offline MMO, Dragon Ball Online.
The story is a breath of fresh air to say the least. You play as the newest member of the Time Patrol who works to keep the history of the world in check. When history begins to change, it becomes your job to go back in time and fix it. This means popping in on some of the most iconic battles from the series and helping steer the situation back into the direction that it is supposed to take, thus restoring order to history.
It's kind of like a big "What-If" saga.
Could they have done more with the story? Sure. But the fact alone that you get to make your own character and insert yourself into the Dragon Ball world is worthwhile enough.
Which brings me to the character creator. Character creation is awesome. Could it be deeper? Oh, yes. As far as I'm concerned, when it comes to a character creator, you can never have too much depth. But for a first attempt, it's great and it'll most likely fulfill a childhood dream of yours. You can choose between five races and then choose your gender (except for Namekians and Frieza's race). Different races have different stats (ie. Saiyans have higher attack power, but lower health) as do the different genders.
You then name your character and pick his/her voice out of a surprisingly large list. Your character really doesn't have any speaking lies, aside from when you're in combat and he/she makes the usual grunts and screams that are staples in the DB series.
You can then deck out your warrior in all sorts of different armour and accessories. But the issue with the armour is that every piece has stats set to it. It kind of sucks when you like your character in a certain outfit but that outfit doesn't compliment your character's specific build or that outfit has crappy stats. Also, you can preview the armour before you buy it, so sometimes it's kind of like buying a blind box toy or something.
What about the combat? I like it. It's not a deep fighting game at all. It reminds me more of the Budokai Tenkaichi games in that sense. It's flashy and it captures the feeling of the anime, but it's not like Street Fighter or anything. If you're a fighting game fan and you're just looking for a new game to pick up, this isn't for you. It's easy to kind of get into it and kick some tail. After you start to acquire new and different skills (because the ones you start with kind of suck), you really begin to feel that your character is YOUR character and that you're stringing together your own combos. So that's neat.
Some of the controls made me scratch my head a bit (ie. to fly down, you have to click L3), I was okay with combat. Sometimes the lock-on system ticked me off when I was fighting multiple enemies because it would switch between my foes constantly, making it difficult to focus on who I wanted to fight.
There's no way to access a the modes right from the start screen. So if you and your friends want to play a few rounds of local multiplayer. You have to enter Toki Toki City, walk your character to the offline matches counter and go from there. Would it have been so hard to have been able to quickly access this from the main title screen? I don't see how they could have overlooked that. But that's just a minor nitpick.
Another dislike I have is the RNG. What's RNG? Random Number Generator. Basically you have loot drops during Parallel Quests and they're completely random and you just have to hope you'll get the items you need, but a lot of the time you won't so you have to do the quest again. It's really out of place here and it makes the whole game very grind-heavy at times. It may even kill the game for you, I don't know.
Overall, is this a perfect game? Oh god no. It's obvious that Dimps has never done a game like this before, but it's not a bad first attempt. It's a flawed game, but it's still a worthwhile game if you're a fan and I think it lays down a solid foundation for a sequel to bring about improvements. If you aren't a fan or you aren't familiar with the series, just stay away. I hope we get to see Xenoverse 2 one day and it goes a little deeper with the story.
El juego tiene una dinamica distinta la cual me parecio muy bien, creas tu priopio personaje y lo vas complementando con movimientos de ataque, defensa y super de los personajes de la serie.
Salen personajes antiguos y los mas recientes de la Batalla de los Dioses (algunos) y en realidad es muy divertido ir creando tu personaje, subiendo de nivel y obteniendo nuevos poderes para hacerlo a tu gusto.
Las graficas son fieles a la saga, hay buenas animaciones en las peleas, solo cuando estas en el Xenoverse se ve un poco bajo el nivel .