“Blasphemy!” I hear? Chrono Trigger is an ageless, top-tier RPG, found in all the Top-5-SNES-Games lists around the web... how can I even date to suggest such travesty? Well, nobody wants to crash their car but we still have car insurance, so, why not prepare for the worst, by hoping the best?
My limited (and only super recent) experience with Arc System Works’ fighting games suggests that they tend to always treat the moments before a match as An Occasion. Even when—nay, ESPECIALLY when—the Dragon Ball series is involved, that does not change.
Though it’s only been out for a week, PC players of Dragon ball FighterZ have already figured out how to mod the game.
The Dragon Ball FighterZ open beta went live for everyone yesterday, but instead of fighting Saiyans and androids, many players (including me) were forced to fight severe network issues. Only around 11:30 pm Eastern could I finally join lobbies. What I found out next was wholly infuriating.
Epic Games announced yesterday that Fortnite’s new 100 player Battle Royale mode will be free-to-play across all systems from next week. Which is cool, I guess. PU’S BATTLEGROUNDS is breaking all kinds of records at the moment, which is also cool, I suppose. But do you know what would be cooler than both of those?
As a fan of Dragon Ball Z and Super the news that Arc System Works was making a pure Dragon Ball fighting game immediately caught my attention. Past games spawned from the franchise have trended towards a more casual experience as seen in Dragon Ball Fusions an RPG, Dragon Ball Xenoverse a RPG/Fighter, and Dragon Ball…