The fusion of Arc System Works and Dragon Ball Z makes for one of the most accessible gateways into fighting games ever crafted.
It's a good game definitely, but MTs really make the game more unbearable.
Ok what ? Is Dragon Ball Fighter Z have micro transactions ? Where is it ?
The loot boxes are opened via in game currency Zeni, which is earned by playing the game. And Zeni is not purchasable with real world money, this was confirmed by the developer already
Ok, that’s good.
It's an in game thing. What the heck are you talking about?
Slappy thanks I read the article and corected myself:9
Aw, you didn't read a single thing about loot boxes did you? That's adorable :D
Lol I reread it bro
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So have you guys never heard of conditioning? it's essentially them getting you used to the idea of something so they can fully implement it later on, if they have a system set up for lootboxes that doesn't charge it's just so they can ease you into the notion at a later point, and some of you are so quick to defend companies it's sad.
Those types of boxes have existed in games for a very long time though, someone just decided to say hey, lets charge for it.
Did you not see the absolutely massive backlash against Battlefront 2 and Shadow of War? I don't think anyone is getting conditioned anytime soon
I have said many times on here how much i hate loot boxes, but the ones in this game have been around for years and are not a problem. Do you remember the Budokai games ? You needed to buy Capsules to unlock new moves, battle items, characters, arena's, Dragon Balls. You bought those Capsules with in game currency. I loved that, it was great fun seeing if you got the item you needed. What we are seeing in this game is pretty much exactly the same thing.
I loved the capsule system back in the day! Kind of hoping the loot boxes on this game will include character color palettes.
That system's been in DB games since Budokai 2, I believe. You'd buy a random "Capsule" that would have an energy attack/transformation, a physical combo/throw, a support item, etc. Whichever one you got was randomized. And it was all in-game currency. So if anything, it's a throwback.
Budokai 1 had them too. They were a bit more of pain in Budokai 1 though because the money took forever to build up. I'll liked that some items transferred over to the next game though, Budokai 1, 2 and 3 did this.
If your comment wasn't so sarcastic, I wouldn't reply in this fashion. But have you not played any dragon ball game? Like ever? Capsules have been a part of their games since playstation 2.
Well this and soul calibur vi this year. Wonder which one will win best fighting game of the year.
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