Some interesting answers. You can see the video of the interview in English.Thanks Masayuki Hirano, Senior Producer of Dragon Ball Xenoverse.
Summary: - 1080p confirmed for next gen consoles, frame rate TBA. - Current gen visual specs TBA. - New original soundtrack which will be the same across all releases. - The game will have some sort of exploration element yet to be revealed, beyond the standard 3D fighting environments. -Destructible environments are back but they haven't been entirely implemented yet. This is why we haven't seen it any demos released. - More reassurance that it's much better than Battle of Z and they're trying to make it a masterpiece.
Probably some random guitar tracks for the OST again, why they won't use the original songs from the anime is beyond me. Timeless and Tasteful. May get this on my PS4, if it runs at 60FPS that is, TLOU has reminded me why 60FPS is important.
Still waiting to see where the catch is with this game. I'd believe in this game more if it were not a crossgen title but something has gotta give otherwise why had they not offered a proper DBZ game since Tenkaichi 3?
Gonna have to disagree with you there. Burst Limit was great, and Raging Blast was pretty good too. There's also been Attack of the Saiyans, which was a great RPG-style game.
Who cares about frame rate and resolution, the important thing here is the gameplay. Stop worrying about that gimmicky resolution and framerate. That's all people talk about, which has nothing to so with the gameplay. People would love to have a crappy game that plays in 1080p, then an awesome game that plays at 720p. Those are the same people that play on normal mode. It's all those casual gamer jump on the bandwagon newbies. Sorry I'm a real gamer, we care about challenging gameplay. We want the game to be a challenge, and care about gameplay, not make a big deal because the game box says 1080p.
Burst Limit played great and even though I'm used to 60fps in Budokai 3, it didn't bother me it wasn't that in BL. I don't care as long as beams and explosions look hot.
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