Dragon Ball FighterZ has been the subject of some immense levels of hype since the game was announced at E3 as Dragon Ball fans are eager to return to their traditional fighting paradise. The game hasn't even hit the shelves yet, but talented, competitive gamers were able to get their hands on the game during Evo 2017, and according to some of these top fighting game players, Dragon Ball FighterZ is sizing up to be a pretty compelling game.
Fans who attended E3 and saw the game's reveal were able to give the game a shot there at the
Speaking to Kotaku amid the Evo competitions, King of Fighters player and commentator Chris “Hellpockets” Fields had only positive things to say about the new Dragon Ball game.
“There’s very little I hate about Dragon Ball FighterZ,” Fields told Kotaku. “It’s bringing communities together that normally don’t have an opportunity to interact. It’s gonna bring people together.”
Fields also posted a brief clip of him duking it out during one of the Dragon Ball FighterZ tournaments at Evo as the gamer controls Majin Buu to take on Vegeta.
Well Dragon Ball Super ep isn't up on Crunchyroll he's a clip of me thugging it up in the #DBFZ tournament #Evo2017 pic.twitter.com/mjtqzX4kxu— Hellpockets@EVO2017 (@HellPockets) July 16, 2017
Carl “Perfect Legend” White, a fighting
“It seems like there’s a healthy amount of pressure and defense,” White told Kotaku. “You gotta have good spacing and movement. I don’t think it will be that easy to dominate another player.”
Others commented on how wide the screen seemed to be when
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