You probably know that Dragon Ball Xenoverse has been one of the most anticipated games in recent memory. The previews, the art style, the fast-paced fighting, all had us amped up to play this installment in the Dragon Ball video game universe.
With all this pressure heaped on the game, did it live up to my outlandish expectations, or would it crash and burn like many other titles in recent years? Let’s jump into this review and take a look!
Simply put, Xenoverse nailed the feel of the show dead on. The cell shaded art style keeps characters true to their on-screen alter egos and the sounds from the fights sent chills down my spine as I hear them for the first time in a long time.
The music that plays during the opening credits and during battles also deserves a round of applause. They both fit the Dragon Ball universe very well and the battle songs sure add that extra tension that is found in every battle during Dragon Ball Z’s episodes.