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GOOD Ending & BAD Ending | Dragon Ball FighterZ

Dragon Ball FighterZ is split into 3 arcs. The Super Warrior Arc, the Super Villain Arc, and the Android Arc which take you through 45 maps and 9 chapters each. You can also unlock multiple endings (Good Ending and Bad Ending). Check out this lenghty video from MKIceAndFire that will fill you in on everything Dragon Ball FighterZ endgame.

Gameplay Info

The gameplay borrows concepts from several other fighting games, primarily the Marvel vs. Capcom series’ control scheme and team mechanics. Players each select three characters to form a team. One character is controlled, and can be switched with one of the other characters at any time. Players can also call one of their other characters to perform an “Assist” move, allowing simultaneous attacks and combos with the entire team. All three of the opponent’s characters must be defeated to win the game.

The universal “Vanish” and “Dragon Rush” moves resemble the Roman Cancel system commonly found in Arc System Works games and Guilty Gear Xrd’s Dust attacks respectively, while the “Super Dash” move resembles the Homing system of Arcana Heart. Players can also “Ki Charge” to manually increase their super meter, similar to previous Dragon Ball fighting games.

The game also includes other features, such as “Come on Shenron!”, that allows players to gather the Dragon Balls one by one as the fight progresses by special moves and combos. Once all seven are assembled by a player, Shenron appears to grant a wish, and allows players to choose one among the following benefits: increasing their fighter’s strength, revive a fallen ally, recover a fighter’s health or increase resistance to damage. Another feature is the “Dramatic Finish” mode, in which if some characters win the fight against specific enemies, special cutscenes are triggered related to events from the Dragon Ball series. (Wikipedia)


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