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Dragonball Z Kakarot

 

 

SCORE: 62

 

Dragonball Z Kakarot 

 

I am extremely thankful Family Friendly Gaming had the money to purchase Dragonball Z Kakarot on the Xbox One after the failures of the PR and Marketing people representing this game. There are geek out moments in Dragonball Z Kakarot, and there are total cringe moments in this video game. Much of the DBZ storyline is included in Dragonball Z Kakarot. There are some things missing like what happened on Snake Way for example.

The issues families will have with Dragonball Z Kakarot are violence, gore, lack of attire, enticement to lust, bad language, and more. Dragonball Z Kakarot has the DBZ religious beliefs on the afterlife which are pretty odd. Dragonball Z Kakarot has certain characters being brought back to life like was done in the anime. Fights take time in Dragonball Z Kakarot. Players must grind for levels to fight many of the characters.

The grinding in certain parts of Dragonball Z Kakarot are obnoxious. Take for example the first time Goku fights Vegeta. It is annoying to grind before that battle. I found it nearly impossible to win without grinding. Why would the developer create that situation? I do not mind grinding if there is a steady learning curve, and the game gives me things to easily grind with. Dragonball Z Kakarot misses the boat there.

We get to play a plethora of different characters while going through the storylines in Dragonball Z Kakarot. The world map in Dragonball Z Kakarot is huge and we can go a variety of places and do a ton of things. There are exceptions though. Remember that first Goku versus Vegeta fight? We are limited to where we can go at that point in time. Why? I had such trouble grinding because of that short sidedness.

Blocking is essential in Dragonball Z Kakarot. So is training. Certain attacks cannot be blocked which means we have to be strong enough to withstand the attack. I enjoy fighting in Dragonball Z Kakarot. It felt a lot like the anime television show. I love the open world concept and feel it fits this franchise perfectly. What other anime franchises will get this treatment?
- Peter

 

Graphics: 50%
Sound: 60%
Replay/Extras: 80%
Gameplay: 65%
Family Friendly Factor: 55%

System: PC/PS4/Xbox One(tested)
Publisher: Bandai Namco Entertainment
Developer: Cyberconnect2
Rating: ‘T’ – THIRTEEN and OLDER ONLY
{Mild Language, Suggestive Themes, Violence}


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