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[Review] Dragon Ball FighterZ

Posted on 1 week ago by (@LyonHart_) in Reviews, Switch | 0 comments | 0 Likes

System: Switch
Release date: September 28, 2018
Developer: Arc System Works
Publisher: Bandai Namco

Arc System Works has had a long history of developing and publishing refined fighters going all the way back to the late 90’s with the original Guilty Gear, so it’s undoubtedly a match made in heaven for the studio and Dragon Ball to partner up and deliver one of the best 2D fighters in quite some time, Dragon Ball FighterZ. Having initially been released in January, I’d like to think that Dragon Ball and fighting game fans alike were consumed by it completely. It was difficult to put down as it had an intriguing story, introduced new characters like Android 21, and played and performed like a dream. Fast-forward a few months later, and now Switch owners can experience the fight for themselves with a stellar port that brings with it all the beautiful animations and accessibility with little to no sacrifice other than a missing d-pad.

With Dragon Ball FighterZ finally arriving on Switch tomorrow, Bandai Namco has shared a new live action launch trailer. Watch it below.

Dragon Ball FighterZ can be pre-loaded on the North American Switch eShop. In Europe though, that’s not the case. It’s a bit of a problem since as we know, there are a few different bonuses for pre-ordering.

Bandai Namco is making good on the situation by offering what would have been pre-order bonuses available for the first month. Anyone who purchases Dragon Ball FighterZ on the European eShop during this time will receive Dragon Ball Z: Super Butoden, early unlocks to Super Saiyan Blue Goku and Vegeta, and a pair of exclusive lobby avatars.


Bandai Namco released a Japanese trailer celebrating that, with its release on Switch on Friday, Dragon Ball Fighter Z will be available on all consoles. You can watch it below.

Dragon Ball FighterZ lands on Switch this Friday. Based on early reports, it’ll come with a day-one update.

Bandai Namco has yet to detail the patch. However, players have thus far indicated that it adds in support for online-related features.

The day one update for Dragon Ball FighterZ takes up 709MB of space. It is not required to begin playing normally.


Bandai Namco has a new trailer up for Dragon Ball FighterZ. Posted below, we’re able to get a look at the new Galactic Arena stage, additional Ranks including a new highest attainable Zen-Oh rank, and special Halloween themed avatars, stamps and outfit colors.

Bandai Namco shared the latest news about Dragon Ball FighterZ today.

First, all Switch players will be able to purchase Android 17 when the game launches later this week. All other DLC characters will be available as well.

Bandai Namco published a trailer for the newly-revealed Dragon Ball FighterZ DLC fighter Android 17. Watch it below.

This week’s episode of Nintendo Minute has gone live. In today’s video, Kit and Krysta bring in some pros to show off Dragon Ball FighterZ on Switch. Check out the full episode below.

The official website for Dragon Ball FighterZ has been updated, providing fresh info on the upcoming DLC character Android 17 (credit to Gematsu for the translation).

A speed-specialized in-fighter who always moves on the frontlines with his overwhelming speed and overpowers his opponent. He will turn the tables on anyone that stands against him with his “Super Electric Strike!”

  • Power: A

  • Speed: A

  • Reach: B

  • Technique: A

  • Energy: A

  • Ease of Use: S

Dragon Ball FighterZ will be released on Nintendo Switch next week, though we don’t know yet when Android 17 will be available for Switch users.

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