Hyper Dragon Ball Z is still getting new characters, stages, and move sets. The latest trailer for the fan-made fighting game that dumps everyone’s favorite DBZ characters into the Mugen engine used to make Street Fighter and Dark Stalkers shows off the progress made in the latest build now available to download.
Mugen, Honda’s little-brother modification company for Honda products started by a Honda family member, has a long history of “classic” JDM design modifications. For Tokyo Auto Salon 2017, Mugen threw all of that right out the window for its S660, which looks like it belongs cruising the Death Star or Imperial…
Hyper Dragon Ball Z might look like a forgotten arcade game of the 1990's, but it's actually a modern Dragon Ball game made by super fans in the indie fighting game engine, Mugen. And boy does the game look fantastic (the way it plays, sure, but also: dem sprites, tho.)