5 Reasons To Play Dragon Ball FighterZ

Bandai Namco's latest Dragon Ball FighterZ game has received a huge responses from people. You have many reasons to play DBFZ. Platforms: PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows

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1. Amazing Graphics & Music

We want to see great graphics and music in the game that we buy to play and enjoy. One of the most beautiful aspects of Dragon Ball FighterZ is that this game has really amazing graphics and music. This is the first reason to play Dragon Ball FighterZ. The graphics of DBFZ will probably continue to develop and amazing music from the game will be waiting for you.

2. The Actual 3-on-3 Fighting

One of the reasons to play Dragon Ball FighterZ is that this game is 3-on-3 fighting game. You can also pull off auto combos up-close by mashing Light and/or Medium, but the game is flexible moves and specials cancelling techniques and tolerance let you remove simple combo strings that return you to the neutral position.

3. The New Story Mode: It's Like The Old Story Modes In 90s Fighting Games

Story mode plays a role like a sort of board game. Actually, the story mode is very good at the first. Each chapter is made up of several maps and players in the game have a limited number of moves to make it to the map goal. One space at a time, players form a party, special fights with handicaps and assign power-ups. Map-clearing is very easy. We would like to say that it is like back to the old story modes in 90s fighting games.

4. The Fighting Game Community

The other reason to play Dragon Ball FighterZ is joining in the fighting game community. Ever since the game was revealed in 2017, the fighting game community was beyond excited. It's been a long time since they have seen Dragon Ball Z game for the tournament scene.

5. Female Producers Represent!

Dragon Ball FighterZ’s producer is Tomoko Hiroki who is known as an associate producer for both DS game Solatorobo and Dragon Ball Xenoverse games. According to the streams for the game, she presents herself as a very good producer who knows her brand inside-out. This is also very rare. Finding a female game industry member leading a fighting game project which is played by millions of fans around the world. 

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