In Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, the seven Dragon Balls are scattered across different areas throughout the game. By locating and collecting them, players will be able to summon the mighty Shenron to revive previously defeated enemies.
Wait, you can do what in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot!?
By meeting and fighting those former foes, players may unlock new dialogue options based on the situation. For example, if players revive Frieza once they have unlocked Goku’s Super Saiyan 3 transformation (a transformation Frieza did not witness in the original anime), the two characters will share a short never-before-seen conversation.
Upon defeating these enemies, players will gain XP and unlock their Soul Emblems to use in the Community Boards to unlock new skills and abilities.
This is a lot of fun for diehard fans of Dragon Ball Z. Getting to see never before seen conversations can be genuinely enjoyable, especially if these interactions are funny. Can you imagine what Raditz would say if he saw his weakling of a brother as a fully realised Super Saiyan? Hell will Bandai Namco try and further the legitimacy of everyone’s favourite Dragon Ball Z Abridged actor MasakoX and give a dialogue that shows Raditz having a redemption arc, probably not but it’s cool to think about it.
Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot arrives on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on January 17th, 2020.
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