It’s Dragonball Z, on the Kinect!

Kinect with your fighting spirit!

We’re no strangers to annual game releases over here, from Call of Duty and WWE, through to FIFA and Assassin’s Creed. One title however, that is infamous for it’s regular appearances, has to be Dragonball Z, which has managed to make numerous fighting games based on the same material for years on end now.

So, is it any surprise that this year will see another DBZ game? Maybe not, but this time, it’s going straight for the Kinect-A-Hama attack.

With the usual bells and whistles included, the latest brawler in the DBZ universe will feature first person gameplay, a massive departure from the regular 2.5D fighting setup of previous titles.

So this time, players will get to experience the exact same scenarios, but from a first-person perspective? Outrageous! Dragonball Z Kinect will reportedly feature up to 50 playable characters , 100 unique motion controls and commands, as well as the usual power-ups, unlocks and bonus anime material.

Sounds like the dream game for this kid then;

Developed by Spike Chunsoft, Dragon Ball Z Kinect is scheduled for release in October. No word yet on whether your in-game attack strength will increase by having you stand still and scream your lungs broken.

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Author:Darryn Bonthuys

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