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WATCH: Dragonball Fighter Z Trailer


A couple of days ago we posted something about Dragonball Fighter Z, the new Dragon Ball game developed by Guilty Gear’s Arc System Works. In the post, we assumed that the game will use the same gorgeous rendering style as the Guilty Gear XrD franchise – well what do you know, we were right and Bandai Namco’s trailer of the game pretty much confirms it. Watch the trailer below, and we dare you to say that it’s not the most authentic looking Dragon Ball Z game EVER.

Seriously, someone unfamiliar with the Xrd franchise would assume that most of the footages in the game are FMVs, when they’re actually a mix of actual gameplay and cutscene videos rendered using the actual game engine.

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