Believe it or not, despite Crunchyroll hyping itself as the ultimate anime app, there was no point when you could watch the entire Dragon Ball series on it — until now. The streamer has announced the acquisition of the complete rights, which means every Dragon Ball series is now available to watch there.
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Android 21 debuted as the Final Boss Dragon Ball Fighters but she was only playable on her Majin form. Lab coat Android 21 will now be playable as she is the next DLC. She won’t be an alternate costume because she will be a stand-alone character instead. Her Human form has a different fighting style and her personality shows her personal struggle as she fights her urges to consume people.
Dragon Ball:Breakers is a asymmetric survival horror video game like Dead By Daylight and Resident Evil Resistance. An Asymmetric horror game is a genre where 1 Player will play the role of a killer while 3 to 4 helpless weak characters are played as Survivors. Dragon Ball is the last franchise to think about when it comes to a game of this genre. It is a Shonen Anime known for Martial Arts and Energy blast spamming. Dragon Ball does have powerful villains who are very scary for non combat characters. Instead of playing as Z-warriors like Goku, Vegeta, Picollo, Android 18, Gohan, etc… You will play as non combat characters like Woo Long and Bulma. Bulma may not be a warrior but she has always been the lead female character of the franchise. She invented the Dragon Radar, The Time Machine and other useful gadgets in the franchise.
Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, released last January, is the latest video game retelling of the life of Son Goku…strange visitor from another planet disguised as nobody in particular, who stands for truth, justice, and achieving a power level even higher than he did the last time you saw him.
Masaski Sato is known by many in the anime/animation industry, as he was the main animator for both Dragon Ball, and it’s sequel series Dragon Ball Z. His character models and designs have resounded with many over the years. Which is no doubt the reason that Dragon Ball is still popular to this day, including having theatrical releases and the new anime series Dragon Ball Super.
Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 is set to be the biggest game in Dragon Ball Z history. With that, Bandai Namco has revealed that an open beta will come for the game, though there is no definitive date for it set as of yet.
Bandai Namco Games has just dropped the latest English trailer for Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2. You can check out the new video in the player below.
Dragon Ball Z has been getting a revival as of late. First, came the movie Battle of Gods, which not only gave us hope that DBZ was coming back, but set up Goku (the main character in case you didn’t know) to become even more epic. Now, with news that Dragon Ball Super (the next anime in the franchise) is coming, all eyes are on the next movie Resurrection F to tide us over until it crosses the ocean to reach us.
Earlier this month at the Anime Expo, Pop Geeks had the opportunity to sit down and speak with the incredibly talented voice actor Kyle Hebert, the star of such mega franchises as Street Fighter and Dragon Ball Z. You will get the chance to hear Hebert in the upcoming limited theatrical release for the new Dragon Ball Z anime feature film, Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F’, which is set to hit theaters soon. In addition, Hebert returned as Ryu from the Street Fighter franchise as a crossover character for the smash hit series, Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo Wii U. Hebert has also played such characters as Kiba in Naruto and Naruto: Shippuden, Kamina in Gurren Lagann, adult Gohan and numerous other characters in the Dragon Ball franchise, and Scientist Supreme Lyle Getz and the Super Skrull in Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes. Here is what Kyle had to say on some of his recent and upcoming projects:
Television and film production company, Funimation, announced Friday that it would screen a limited theatrical release of Dragon Ball Z: Battle of the Gods in over 350 North American theaters on August 5, August 6, August 7, and August 9.
Formerly untitled Dragon Ball Game Project coming to the both Xbox 360® and PlayStation®3 System. The game has been officially titled by Namco Bandai, hit the jump to see full details.