Dragon Ball FighterZ Compared To The Manga

[Image: Mizumaki_7]
[Image: Mizumaki_7]
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Doesn’t Dragon Ball FighterZ look incredible? And the best part might be that so much of that look is taken straight from the Akira Toriyama’s original art.

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These comparisons are via Twitter user Mizumaki_7

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Originally from Texas, Ashcraft has called Osaka home since 2001. He has authored six books, including most recently, The Japanese Sake Bible.

DISCUSSION

dinkyearnshaw
Dinky Earnshaw

FighterZ looks amazing for DBZ fans. I love the cinematic transition scenes and the destructive environments. I noticed in a gameplay video that one of the characters was blocking projectiles, and they were being deflected into the background and it blew up a building.

Hopefully, ASW creates a great story campaign for it.