Last year’s Dragon Ball Xenoverse is getting a sequel. Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 will arrive this year on PS4, Xbox One, and PC, publisher Bandai Namco said today.
Why settle for watching the new Dragon Ball Z stuff in a movie, when you can play it all in a game?
But only because the game won’t let me kiss Goku. Damn these violent games getting in the way of my dreams.
Dragon Ball Z is finally on Steam—and fans of the anime are pretty excited about that. They're also pumped about the opportunity to, um, beat up Krillin.
Dragon Ball Xenoverse lets players create their own custom characters, which they can then insert into classic DBZ storylines. The character creator is pretty robust, too—which also means that players are having a lot of fun with the tool.
Dragon Ball Xenoverse isn't even out yet in America. That, however, hasn't stopped people from tearing the Japanese version to pieces and reassembling it into, well... whatever this is.
Forget pretending! Especially when you can throw kamehamehas against a giant screen with nifty graphics and sound effects.
Dragon Ball Xenoverse allows players to create their own original player character to take part in the history of Dragon Ball. It's a fan's dream, sure, but there's something familiar about it.
What a dirty trick to play, Bandai Namco. Introducing a never-before-seen character for Dragon Ball Xenoverse, leaving fans to wildly speculate for months before revealing it as the first Dragon Ball game that allows players to inject their own creations into the series' greatest battles. So sneaky. So good.
Dragon Ball Z fans won't just get to play as iconic characters in the upcoming Dragon Ball Xenoverse game—they'll also get to play as a new character introduced by Bandai Namco. In fact, you're looking at him right now.