The Animations of Dragon Ball FighterZ are Better than DB Super

The return of Son Goku and company promises to be bocatto di cardinale for fans of Toriyama’s work as well as for passionate fighting games, and the secret secret of ‘Dragon Ball FighterZ’ is to offer a very polished gaming system and tackle The manganime like no other game had done to date … and even get over it.

Although ‘Dragon Ball Super’ is one of the most important current animation series worldwide, its artistic quality has been irregular and that of more than one episode has come to be the subject of debate. What happens when Arc System Works takes references from Son Goku in Super Saiyan Blue state? As expected, the result exceeds the original.

Once again, we take the IKevizX channel reference which condenses the footage shown of both characters in an edited video in which relates the movements of Goku and Vegeta with the material on which they are based. Unfortunately the great finish of the characters of the game does a disservice to the animated series.

It is fair to say that Toei Animation makes two versions of the animation: one that is broadcast every Sunday at 9:00 am in Japan and another quite improved that comes later to the domestic market and international broadcast channels. However, the work of Arc System Works surpasses both is unquestionable.

In fact, when creating the animations of Son Goku and Vegeta in Super Saiyan Blue mode have taken references of both the anime and the official manga designed by Toyotaro (Toriyama’s outstanding pupil), but we also find movements in common with The versions presented in E3 and (as expected) have also added extra moves of the original comic.

Now, in relation to their combat system, the interesting thing is that both the statistics of both Saians and their catalog of movements, these unlockable characters will offer a real playable alternative that goes beyond the aesthetic change. Should they be balanced against the versions of normal Super Saiyan or human fighters like Krillin?

While the fighting is a spectacle, the addition of these two characters will add an extra incentive to the selectable panel. In a way, no one will be surprised to see more than one version of Son Gohan, although we can not deny that we hope there are more unique fighters, especially with the possibilities that gives ‘Dragon ball Super’ and that we already addressed in Gamer Insiders.

‘Dragon Ball FighterZ’ will continue to expand its panel of characters and is expected to see some surprise for the Tokyo Game Show to be held in late September. Of course, before we will have the possibility to test the Z Warriors in the beta that will begin in a couple of weeks. Have you already registered to participate?

 


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