Showing posts with label Dragon Ball FighterZ. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Dragon Ball FighterZ. Show all posts

Monday, June 18, 2018

Dragon Ball FighterZ Nintendo Switch Release Date

Dragon Ball FighterZ on Switch gets a release date and pre-order gets you a SNES classic title for free.

The leak which let us know that Battle Royale sensation Fortnite is coming to Nintendo Switch also had mentions of a few other anticipating titles and one of them were Dragon Ball FighterZ. A 2.5D fighting game from Arc System Works and Bandai Namco Entertainment, the game came out worldwide earlier in 2018 and a Switch release was almost inevitable for one of the most successful and praiseworthy game that is based on the massively popular entry from Dragon Ball Universe.

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Dragon Ball FighterZ Nintendo Switch Release Date

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Publisher Bandai Namco has confirmed that the game will be arriving on September 28 for Nintendo Switch after being revealed last week at E3 2018. In case you have somehow missed the Switch announcement of the game from E3, here is the trailer.

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Placing a pre-order for the game on Switch will get you an access to download an exclusive Switch version of Dragon Ball Z: Super Butoden. This one is one of the first fighting games from Dragon Ball franchise and many of you probably haven't heard of this title because it was released in 1993 only for France, Japan and Spain. Super Butoden will start with a player roster of eight and features a 1v1 Combat mode, Story mode and Tournament mode. Pre-order bonus also includes a direct access to both Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan Goku and Vegeta for all players.

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Spectacular Anime Fights

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Bandai Namco's critically acclaimed Dragon Ball FighterZ is already available to play on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Upcoming Evo fighting game tournament to be held in July will bring the game at this year’s event as it is one of the most popular among the crowd there. FighterZ may come as a bit complex to some but offers a completely unique experience to anyone who loves some good fighting game action and dedicated Dragon Ball fans.

Friday, June 1, 2018

Fortnite Is Coming to Nintendo Switch

The biggest games in the world, Fortnite may be coming to the fastest growing Nintendo console.

Only a day before, we've learnt from a leak that popular Battle Royale shooter Fortnite is coming to Nintendo Switch virtual console. The leaked image showing a list of unannounced games for Switch showed up on image-board site 4chan. Recently, Game Content Rating Classification Committee of South Korea have rated a Switch version of the game, which definitely means it is not a hoax and will probably be announced on Nintendo's E3 2018 Nintendo Direct.

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Fortnite Is Coming to Nintendo Switch

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A number of upcoming Switch ports were on that list, which a guy working on showroom displays for E3 2018 apparently took a picture of and then leaked it to the image-board forum site earlier. To be honest, it looks legit than most fake leaks out there. If that booth layout is genuine then Dragon Ball FighterZ from Bandai Namco, FIFA 19, arcade-hit title Killer Queen Black, party cooking game Overcooked! 2, free-to-play shooter Paladins from Hi-Rez Studios and Starlink: Battle for Atlas from Ubisoft is also on their way to Switch.

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Fortnite Switch Rating

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Even though, Epic Games is currently in a legal situation with PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds regarding copyright violation, they still rule the genre in terms of popularity and growing audience. Aside from reigning as the most-played multiplayer game, Fortnite Battle Royale has received recognition from mainstream media when rapper Drake decided to join for a game. It was only a matter of time that this massive franchise now has joined Nintendo Switch to create more hype.

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Epic Games' widely renowned free-to-play multiplayer shooter Fortnite gained insane level of popularity when it hit PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles after debuting on Mac and PC. An iOS version is already live and the title will soon come to Android as well. So, being ported to Nintendo Switch will finally let the game rule all available platform for gaming. Players owning a next-gen gaming console from Nintendo will now be able to enjoy this third-person shooter as much as they want.

Thursday, May 31, 2018

Fortnite for Nintendo Switch Leaked

Epic Games' massively popular battle royale shooter Fortnite coming to Nintendo’s Switch console soon.

After conquering almost every gaming platform available out there as well as live streaming video platforms like Twitch and YouTube, Fortnite is reportedly heading for Nintendo Switch according to a recent leak. A brand-new image has popped up on image-board site 4chan lately that showcases a number of Switch ports waiting to be announced at E3 2018 booth. One of the biggest titles from that list is none other than Epic Games' insanely popular free-to-play multiplayer shooter Fortnite.

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Fortnite for Nintendo Switch Leaked

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Fortnite has been creating a lot of buzz recently and after debuting on Mac and PC, they even hit both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles. It's been only a short while that they have launched on iOS, with an Android release expecting to land this summer. It even managed to leave its biggest and primary competitor PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds behind by a huge number, whether it is on popularity, current player count or even revenue stream from various media.

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Nintendo Switch E3 2018 Games Leak

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After the game successfully lands on Switch, it will truly triumph over every major platform. Aside from this popular Battle Royale game, there were a few other big-name E3 2018 games listed from third-party developers for Nintendo Switch virtual console. Bandai Namco's Dragon Ball FighterZ tops the list, then came football simulator FIFA 19, one popular arcade title re-branded as Killer Queen Black, party cooking game Overcooked! 2, another free-to-play shooter Paladins and action-adventure Starlink: Battle for Atlas.

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We did not include the name of Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate on the list above for obvious reason as it was already announced earlier this month. Mario Tennis Aces is seemingly the only first party game from this leak that Nintendo is bringing on E3, which is quite unusual. Since there is no other Battle Boyale games currently on Switch port, Epic Games has made a well devised move to seize momentum on this trendy platform and score a big time competition here!

Friday, February 16, 2018

Dragon Ball FighterZ First DLC Characters Revealed

Arc System Works and Bandai Namco’s fighting game Dragon Ball FighterZ has been ruling all the platforms with the near perfect Dragon Ball universe of arena fighting that gives you the opportunity to be your favorite characters from the anime or manga and beat other contenders from the same series. Bandai Namco has recently revealed two new upcoming DLC characters for the game to join their current roster of 24 players.

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Dragon Ball FighterZ First DLC Characters Revealed

Courtesy of Japanese magazine V-Jump, we know now that Bardock and Broly are the newest members to be added into the mix of Dragon Ball FighterZ through the game's first DLC. Players are to make their own team for a classic three-on-three fighting system and can choose from Goku, Gohan, Piccolo and Vegeta of the Dragon Ball Z saga. Beerus, Goku, Goku Black, Hit, Blue Vegeta and Super Saiyan from Dragon Ball Super make their appearances too.

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These adding of characters from various series of the Dragon Ball universe and the recent addition of Broly actually in FighterZ Pass DLC pack suggests that Namco is very open minded about including characters from movies. Costing you only $34.99, the pack reportedly contains a total of eight players and only two are revealed so far while the others are still to be announced.

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V-Jump Magazine Confirms Broly And Bardock

Bardock is Goku’s father who died fighting Frieza and his character appeared in many in flashbacks of Dragon Ball Z. In Dragon Ball FighterZ, he has a Super Special Attack called “Revenger Assault” and it transforms him to a Super Saiyan even though it is completely non-canon. Broly on the other hand is an accomplished villain who starred in three of the Dragon Ball films. His powerful energy based attack “Gigantic Meteor” is more than capable to demolish his arch-enemy Goku.

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Already assembled a roster of two dozen hero and villain characters, this 2.5D fighting game uses similar tag-team mechanism previously introduced on the games from Marvel Vs. Capcom series. Based on the player matchup for your team formation, you will be able to re-create iconic moment from the franchise as well as character-wise dialogue like many other popular games of the genre.

Tuesday, February 6, 2018

Dragon Ball FighterZ for Xbox One X

The series of games enhanced for Xbox One X are the ones that offer the best visual experience on the most powerful console of the planet right now. The game that has been chosen recently to get this treatment is the fighting game Dragon Ball FighterZ, from Arc System Works and Bandai Namco Entertainment. The legend of Dragon Ball universe itself a legend worldwide and now that it is getting prepped for Xbox One X, it sure is going to reach a new level of greatness.

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Dragon Ball FighterZ for Xbox One X

The game is already on a 2.5D display, which is nearly 3D but all the characters of the series look like some sick animated piece picked up straight from the TV show. Dragon Ball FighterZ is now getting rendered in native 4K and developers are making sure that as the game progresses, it keeps the frame-rate stable at all times. That means those drawings will load smoothly even on 1080p screen display.

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If you think that these image augmentations may interrupt the gameplay anyhow as it has to maintain a steady frame-rate, then you are wrong. Instead, this constant frame-rate flow will let you execute your next counter or the perfect combos on your opponent at the right time. So, the gameplay experience is obviously having some impact but they are all positives. Don't they? Other than that, the improved graphics increases your satisfaction of a battle even more.

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Because Dragon Ball FighterZ is uses cell-shading rendering, the development team supersampled the 4K resolution and high-quality anti-aliasing aspects of the game. In higher resolution, the fight still needs to look good and that needs extra care for the enhancement process. The dynamic resolution on Xbox One X was such a help to maintain the balance of both graphical polished look and that acute frame-rate.

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Dragon Ball FighterZ Xbox One X Enhanced

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Since they eventually managed to keep pace with the graphics and frame ratio for the gameplay, the game will definitely make you feel as a part of original anime. Created using the Unreal Engine, Dragon Ball FighterZ is the first game from the series which will be using the 4K native resolution for any console platform.

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Making debut on Xbox One X console these days means to get ahead in the race as Microsoft believes that it is going to change the future of gaming. The he supersampling feature the dev team has worked on for Dragon Ball FighterZ is truly amazing and hopefully, it will help more games to achieve visual supremacy needed to step into the enhanced world of Xbox One X.

Saturday, January 27, 2018

PlayStation Network is Facing Issues! Again!

Players around the world are facing issues on the PlayStation Network again for the third time within the last three days. We are not saying that people are going for an outrage here but services that are linked to gaming and social media are “experiencing issues” as per the status page of PlayStation Network. They are working on the case to resolve it as soon as possible and patience from the fans will be much appreciated.

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PlayStation Network is Facing Issues! Again!

If the problem was regarding PlayStation Video, PlayStation Now or any other services, then the players would've normally ignored it for the time being. Since, the issue was messing with the online features of the gaming and social, people couldn't help it but getting a little concerned here. Most of the gamers were forced to play offline because of the problem as they couldn't connect to the online services of PSN.

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PlayStation’s Twitter handle for helping with issues @AskPlayStation also tweeted on how to access to the PlayStation Network for those who are still trying.



The service page for PlayStation Network did acknowledge this and quickly acted towards a solution for it. The problems arose nearing this Friday noon, the very day when two major titles were about to be released; Dragon Ball FighterZ and Monster Hunter: World. Many were also expressing concerns when they weren't being able to play the newly arrived Monster Hunter: World on PlayStation 4 but then it was revealed that the game was having same trouble on Xbox One as well.

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Most of the games, applications and online features were having issues launching during the disruption period. Different countries and regions also experienced the downed services and PSN reached out to them all with their status announcement on site and Twitter. This means, it was a widespread PSN issue and not just some minor interruption on limited area. Hopefully, the service page of PlayStation Network will post an update as soon as they fix the issue for good.