Published on 28 Feb 2015 | about 1 year ago
Dragon Ball XenoVerse HOW to FARM DRAGON BALLS FASTEST way to get ALL 7 Dragon Balls
Welcome to Dragon Ball XenoVerse Walkthrough Gameplay, which it will also include a Review, all Chapters, Missions and the Ending along with different type of moves, powers, best strategy, tips and much more. Dragon Ball XenoVerse is set at 1080p HD so you can enjoy the game to the best quality. The Dragon Ball XenoVerse Gameplay Walkthrough will also guide through the story of the game and different battles.
Battles are set in full 3D destructible environments. Fighters can traverse the levels free-roaming in very large spaces and can be fighting on a platform, go in the air, and fight underwater. They run when on the ground, and swim while underwater. Dragon Ball: Xenoverse has dialogue while fights go on, and fighters show facial expressions when they strike an opponent or take damage. In addition to the ever-present ki meter, there is a green stamina meter which can be used up to instantly disappear behind an opponent. This meter can also be used up by certain super attacks like the Kaio-ken.
The players have some freedom to explore the planet Earth as it exists in the Dragon Ball universe along with a handful of other locations, including a mysterious new city which is the point of origin for the game's new character. Like in all the Dragon Ball Z fighting games developed by Dimps, rather than choosing between Goku in his base form and his different Super Saiyan transformations, the character's power and abilities can be gradually increased over the course of each match. However, other multi-form fighters like Frieza and Buu will not be able to transform, as their transformations require many physical modifications to their character models, and as such, all their forms will be separate characters.
The PS4 and Xbox One versions of Dragon Ball: Xenoverse also include unique gameplay features proper to this generation of consoles.
Split-screen multiplayer is also featured for the game similar to the Budokai Tenkaichi (series).
In a similar fashion to Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z, there can be more than 1v1 in battle. There will also be no Quicktime Events in battle and there will be cancels for special attacks.
Fights can be up to 3 vs. 3.
New world setup - a clock that once had stopped will start to tick again in an enigmatic and futuristic city.
Original battles - take part in epic fights against ferocious enemies such as Vegeta, Frieza, Cell and more.
Character customization - players will have a wide variety of customization options including physical features from the Earthling, Majin, Namekian, Saiyan, and Frieza's races. In an interview with Masayuki Hirano, a Bandai-Namco producer, it was stated that custom characters will be able to level up, allowing for improvements in skill. Each class will also have unique traits and starting stats as shown in the recent Network test beta, like Namekians having greater healing with items and gaining regeneration when health is low with high health and defense, Saiyans have low health and high attack and grow stronger when they are revived.
Become an apprentice - custom characters will be able to become the apprentices of characters from the original Dragon Ball characters to gain their special moves and costumes.
Goku vs. Vegeta being observed by the Future Warrior
In this mode, the player creates a Dragon Ball history unknown to all by their own hand. Early promotions for the game draw attention to a mysterious figure watching the first battle between Goku and Vegeta from the shadows, and pose the question of who he is and what this means. With red hair, a scouter, and the Capsule Corporation logo on his sleeve, this character is referred to as Future Warrior, and has come back to intervene in the legendary battles of the series. Bandai Namco does note that it is quite intentional that he seems to have features from many other, established characters in the series.Two new areas are also introduced in the game: the Time Storage Vault which is stated to be almost like the Hyperbolic Time Chamber and a high-tech city with what appears to be a Time Machine landed on it.Standing next to the Time Storage Vault is none other than Future Trunks, the warrior who once came back to the past to save his future, and he is wearing clothes similar to the ones he wears as Time Patrol Trunks in the computer game Dragon Ball Online. Bandai Namco announced that the Time Machine, hourglass, and other features in these futuristic locales all tie together. In an interview from the Japan Expo, it was revealed that story mode will be called “Universe Mode”.