A Swedish professional Super Smash Bros. Melee player just discovered a devastating Dragon Ball FighterZ combo that can smash any opponent.
Lol this game is the new smash.
I just can’t compete with these assholes...
agree. As much as i want this game, i fear that the a holes who play this game alot will ruin the fun out of it. Thats the only problem i have with some fighting games, those very long combos that demolish casual players
same here, the game looks absolutely gorgeus but I dont usually play fighting games and I feel that I would get more frustation than enjoyment out of it
I have been practicing and been playing with my roommates. I will go online in a litle bit but it doesn't seem too bad... yet.
Well, not to be insulting, but you obviously havn't been keeping up with the game. What he did isn't hard even for casual players. He used 18, a really good character, activated sparkling blast (all four buttons), did her bread and butter combo which you can learn in a day, spammed his super attacks which you need a lot of energy to do which was literally quarter circle and then pressing a button 4 times. DBFZ is an entry point for people to get into fighting games. If this scares you then you aren't cut out for the genre at all cause it wont get easier then this.
Why are you two calling people assholes just because they're good at the game?
It’s fantastic. There is enough single player and local content to justify the 60 dollar price tag imo. If you are a fan of dragon ball or fighting games at all then it’s worth it. You will have to practice and deal with spam to play in the world rankings stuff, that’s any fighting game though.
What you and the majority that upvoted your post is, combos like this in reality essentially are possible in a real match. This preconceived fear is really weird. The community just like very other game has people just at the level you are. No fighting game is miraculously only filled with Gods that destroy everyone. Fighting games are mostly a social thing, if you don't have friends, don't want friends, the AI for instance in this game can more than make up for the deficiency someone may lack as a typically functioning human (a social creature in essence). Rarely are people looking to trash on you if you're a new player. There are communities that are some of the most welcoming folks I've ever seen. Even though I don't play games much, going into a fighting game from time to time these days is always fun. The worst problem you may encounter in a game like this, is rage quitters (people leaving last second before they lose). The game recently came out so setting up systems for serious matchmaking might take some time till they iron out technical issues first and foremost. But this fear of getting rekt is preposterous. Everyone gets rekt. Fighting games are mostly about the journey rather than just winning. Winning a match against someone is a fleeting feeling, because matches are only a few minutes. It's not like a MOBA where you have to throw away at least 30 mins of your life per game and maybe lose. Losing a few rounds cost you little (in fact you maybe learned more than you ever could simply winning against someone who's your inferior). Everyone that thinks the way you do is (from my perspective unfortunately) doing themselves a disservice. Especially considering most of you speak from the outside, having not even touched the games themselves. There are SO many first time fighting game players that started with this game, you're not alone in the same skill level, nor are you alone at all really, there are always people willing to help enjoy the game with you if you simply seek them out. I speak as someone who started with the same ignorant viewpoint you currently hold. I speak out of sincerity. I'm not trying to be insulting at all, so I hope you don't take much offense. Or the others that feel the same way.
To be fair the 'deadly combo' is not very hard to do with practice, also with the way DragonBall FighterZ has the combos you can charge up the Ki with attacks and perform 5000+ damage combos easily (for example the teen Gohan Kamehameha quarter circle back and hold R1 combo using 5 bars of Ki (the attack which references his finisher against Cell final form in the anime) takes 6000+ damage (the 3 bars of Ki standard version takes like 4000+ damage)), far easier to perform and memorise than for example Demon Rage or Saikyo Crusher in Street Fighter Alpha 3.
Who the hell wrote this??
miss leading title
The dude's whispered screaming in the video is hilarious.
To those that are intimidated by this don't be. This is just a really flashy combo that will get little to no use in actual matches. To those who want to learn, combo challenges, training and arcade will be a good to have a basic preparation for the online scene and if you really want to get into just look up a few online videos for tips. You will get your ass kicked believe me but a little dedication will go a long way to improvement.
I was playing a couple of ranked matches last night and came across this guy who ranked level was ssj3, he had over a 1,000 win so I already knew my ass was going to get whooped... but I didn't think it was going to go down like it did. He whooped me so bad I started to rethink my life choices..
It's over 9000. Come read about the best Dragon Ball games of all time, spanning from the golden past to the thrilling present.
I've played dozens of Dragon Ball games over the years. For me my favorites are as follows but not in any particular order. 1. Super Gokuden 1 & 2 2. Hyper Dimension 3. Budokai 3 4. Budokai Tenkaichi 3 5. Legacy of Goku 1 & 2 6. Infinite Worlds 7. Raging Blast 2 8. Attack of the Saiyans 9. Fusions 10. Xenoverse 2 11. Supersonic Warriors 2
Those are great picks
Hyper Dimension was so good, also loved the Super Botouden games.
I forgot about those. Extreme Butoden was also good. It came with Super Butoden 2 now that I think about it. SB 2 was my favorite one as a kid as it featured Broly.
No dbz fighterz? Outrageous not to have the best looking dbz game. Are you not into tag team 2d fighters?
1. Kakarot 2. Budokai 3 3. Budokai 2 I’ve played more but the others are forgetful for me
I am playing Dragon Ball Z: Attack of the Saiyans right now after seeing it on youtube . Its soooo GOOOD!!! Looks amazing on my 3ds.
Budokai 3 and DBZ fighterz are my most memorable.
Budokai 3 is best by far imo
IMO, the best DBZ games were the two Gameboy games.
Idk if you’re referring to the legacy of Goku games, but they were phenomenal. Specifically LoG2 and Buus fury
Tenkaichi 3 and Bodukai 3 are the gems then Kakarot, Fighterz. PS3 era are pretty bad honourable mentions; Portable titles from GBA, PSP and 3ds.