Hey guys! I finally beat the story mode for Dragon Ball FighterZ! It was so freaking amazing and it says I am only 47% done with the story! This is so amazing so far. Has anyone else bought it? How you guys played it or beat it? What are your thoughts?
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...73% done on the ps4 yet to touch the PC version got myself a fighting controller to help me which it is to a degree
I only got mine on the 12th soooo I'm only at the beginning of the story, after the very first fight. I've mostly been trying out the Battle Practice and Battle Tutorial for a Tournament(offline) at the Local Battle. I'm pretty good with Hit, Teen Gohan, SSGSS Vegeta(I got the Day One Edition from an Amazon seller, which, I know, is weird, but there it was as an option to STILL buy it on Amazon, so I've got SSGSS Goku and SSGSS Vegeta early), Krillin, and Android 18. I still need to get a little better with 18, but I really like that you can use her Meteor Attack in mid-air.
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It has indeed been quite an addictive title. Been trying to get through the snakeway and Red Ribbon towers/ arcade mode. Android 16 really is a pain in this one since his upgrades.
Speaking of the PC version... of course there are already mods... Frieza Cage? Really? https://kotaku.com/dragon-ball-fight...age-1822945197
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is it worth getting then or should i get xenoverse 2 first? I really wanted to get it but i just never got round to it
Xenoverse 2 is almost a rehash of the first one, albeit new characters. If you like playing with a custom character then go for it. I'd imagine the Switch version would be the best option. Otherwise DBFZ will likely keep you hooked longer. I imagine that's where Namco Bandai are taking the series now with the impressive sales it had.
I've heard, and can attest to this, that the combat is more difficult to master than the first Xenoverse. There's a LOT to learn in the 2nd one. Even then it can be a real pain in the arse to try to advance the story. I know a few people that gave up entirely because they couldn't get past the first saga. /: But, like Murph said, if you want to have a custom character then go for it. I'm not sure but I hope there's a practice mode. \: /: Otherwise, FighterZ is easy to learn and get a grip on, though the choice is entirely up to you. I don't want to be responsible for mistakenly telling you which one you should actually buy. Just pointing out what I think of the two.
I like practice modes in fighting games you kinda get a feel for certain characters and all
I've enjoyed practice modes since the Street Fighter EX days. They don't have to hold your hand, they do show some neat tricks you could pull off in battle if you're a fan of said character. I see most of the character based training as missions or challenges rather than just practice anyway. They help me decide who to play through arcade/ online modes first based on who completes all of their challenges, or who had the quickest time in doing so (was Trucks and Tien for me).
I still think DBZF is a StreetFighter type of fighting game so not that bothered about it...
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The last one I played was more story mode type game but of course you still had the fighting part as well and could practice once you opened up more characters.
Well it is a fair point with all the blasts flying around. I find DBFZ settles in well because it uses the same button prompts as Street Fighte does, so once you learn one game you learn them all. Many fighting games like the King of Fighters series and Killer Instinct tried to do their own combo systems which weren't as easy to pull off, so they've all become streamlined to the 'hadouken' formula in recent years. The strangest part is Street Fighter V is less Street Fighter than DBFZ and most of the other games are these days. They changed up a lot of the commands for moves which restarted a lot of the learning process for certain characters.
Dragonball and Blazblue Cross Tag will likely tear up the fighting scene the first half of 2018. For those who prefer games without hadoukens and such, Soul Calibur VI is my recommendation towards the end of the year.
Xenoverse and this one are two different storylines so if you play either one, they won't ruin each other
Aren't the Xenoverse games 'what if' stories using your own created character? There's a chance the story of DBFZ could become canon if it gets talked about enough. Whether in the Dragonball Z or the Dragonball Super timeline I have no idea.
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