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  • Favourite Video Game/s?

    There's plenty to choose from, so take your pick/s!

  • #2
    Handheld: Dragonball Z: Attack of the Saiyans (DS)
    I am so sad this game never got the sequel promised at the end. I adore this game so much, I've played through it 3 different times and have leveled my characters way higher than needed to beat the final boss as well as the hidden bonus boss. The sprites were awesome and really well done; it's one of the reasons I got into pixel art, actually... but if we got a sequel by this point (which is highly unlikely considering the game came out almost 10 years ago) it'd likely be 3D. I'd be lying if I said that didn't disappoint me.

    Dragonball Fusions is a close second.

    Console: Dragonball Z: Budokai 3 (PS2) / Dragonball FighterZ (PS4/PC)
    I'm very nostalgic for Budokai 3, as it was one of my first DBZ games ever. I loved the cell-shaded graphics, the capsules, the models... Unfortunately a buddy of mine deleted my save file years ago so I've been meaning to replay it. Even though the save file's gone, I remember all the fun I had just... battling with friends and progressing.

    I've never been into a proper fighting game before, so FighterZ is the closest I've ever gotten and, oh my gosh, I LOVE IT? Finally, Colleen Clinkenbeard (Gohan's Kai VA) stars in an actually good game! The hits feel so powerful and the game just... it looks so beautiful! Like the anime come to life! I love it!!!
    I wish I could use whatever characters I wanted to clear the story mode, though. I really wanted to use Teen Gohan because I'm best with him, but can't, same story for Bardock. It sucks. Arcade could use more, there's not much to do aside from online play.

    Also... Kid Gohan DLC when? >_>
    Last edited by Sky; 20-12-2018, 03:24 PM. Reason: Made it easier to read.


    • #3
      Console: Easily Budokai Tenkaichi 3 followed by FighterZ

      Handheld: Attack of the Saiyans and Buu's Fury


      • #4
        Consoles: Budokai Tenkaichi 3
        Playing this game is pure orgasm for a dbz fan

        Portable consoles: Buu's fury
        That game was dope and would be a solid RPG even without the brand name


        • #5
          Console: Dragon Ball FigtherZ. Do I have to explain this one? Even if it doesn't have the sheer roster or nostalgia factor of the Budokai games, it's got so much more depth to it as an actual fighting game that could be played seriously and competitively. Nevermind the sheer amount of love put into replicating iconic shots/panels.

          Portable: Dragon Ball Fusions, though Attack of the Saiyans is a close second. Heroes just had a much more fun battle system, an absurd amount of quests and characters to collect, aand general gameplay loop to me. Plus, it expanded upon a well loved concept in the series, fusion, in an interesting way that let you see and play as all kinds fusions you might have thought about. Even if the story was laughably bad, I can take that over just retreading the story we already know.


          • #6
            Console: FighterZ (although I played it on the PC)

            Handheld: I have fond memories of the two Dragon Ball Origins games for the DS, but I feel I'd like them a lot less if I played them today. Attack of the Saiyans is probably the best one... never got around to finishing it though.


            • #7
              For me Dragonball Z: Budokai 3 (PS2)


              • #8
                Console: Legendary Super Saiyan for Snes.

                Handheld: Attack of the Saiyans for Nintendo DS.


                • #9
                  Dragonball Z: Budokai 3. I am glad I can still boot up my Xbox 360 and play the HD collection.


                  • #10
                    For me, it's going to be somewhat different than most peoples'.

                    Budokai 1 and Raging Blast.


                    • #11
                      Budokai Tenkaichi 3. What it lacks in all of the characters playing the same, it makes up for in the sheer number of classic DB, DBZ, and DBGT characters.


                      • #12
                        Originally posted by MurrayMi
                        I love playing video games, and even though I'm a twenty five-year-old, and I want to get a job, I can not stop playing games. Most probably it is impossible, but I wish I could get a high paid job that would lie in playing video games. This would have been the best that can happen to me. I don't have a favourite game, as there are a lot of wonderful games, but the last time I play Warzone. A few months ago, I stumbled on this site battlelog.co, and found out where to buy cheats and hacks. Now I am unbeatable.
                        Everybody would like to be paid for playing video games.


                        • #13
                          What you guy are talking about isn't about Dragon Ball Z video games.

                          I think Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is the best looking new DBZ game. Xenoverse, Xenoverse 2, and Fighter Z all look fun, but Kakarot looks like it's the most diverse in gameplay.