I’ll admit that I’m no good at fighting games. Maybe I once thought I was when I could beat my brothers in any fighting game we had, but once the Internet rolled out, I learned very quickly that I’m pretty awful. That being said, Dragon Ball FighterZ makes me feel like a bona-fide bad ass… That is, until I play online.
The story mode is made up of 3 separate story arcs in which you are a corporeal spirit that inhabits each Z fighter one at a time. The first story is your standard Dragon Ball Z/Super story. Goku and Friends get stronger, then fight and beat the villain. The second story is the comedic one. Goku, his friends and series villains must team up to fight and beat another villain. The third story is the true story, the one that matters. After beating all of the stories, you will unlock the new character, Android 21. Surprisingly, I found the campaigns to be longer than I expected them to be. Each one took about 4 hours without skipping cutscenes, while taking the shortest routes possible. However, it’s worth your time to view them because it’s all quality Dragon Ball silliness and action.
I give Dragon Ball FighterZ a 9.5 outta 10.