You get to make your own original character and place yourself in the Dragon Ball world!Customize your character to the smallest details, and use iconic costumes and moves from the series!
I didn’t grow up with Dragon Ball Z, I caught it every now and again when it was on Toonami, and most of my knowledge of DBZ comes from the Team Four Star parody series Dragon Ball Z Abridged, which is something any Dragon Ball fan should check out.
So I’m not the biggest DBZ fan but damn if Dragon Ball Xeno Verse wasn’t an incredibly fun experience.
Lots of people would look at Dragon Ball Xeno Verse and think its just another Fighting game with the enormous cast of DBZ characters, but in reality its far from what most people would consider a fighting game, really it has more Action RPG elements than it does elements of a traditional Fighting game.
Though to be fair, it does have a mode where players can fight each other, so it does resemble a Fighting Game.
It’s the small things like when your character descends, or when you use an iconic energy blast from the show, the sounds match it perfectly and it’s extremely satisfying when you hear it.
Story Dragon Ball Xeno Verse actually has a unique story, different from the main story of Dragon Ball Z, which is something a LOT of DBZ games can’t say they’ve done.
The main premise is that you’re summoned to stop someone from altering history and changing the events of DBZ.
What you See and What you Hear To be perfectly frank, the graphic aren’t that impressive.
I’ve been playing Xeno Verse on my Ps4 and I did not have that moment where I was in awe of how great it looks.
The characters are detailed enough but the environments feel…choppy.
The sounds on the other hand are dead on, but its mostly the little details over the music of the game.