Dragon Ball Xenoverse (2015)

4.00 from 41 votes
A fighting game for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC set in the Dragon Ball Z universe.
First released
Feb 5, 2015
Dragon Ball XV
Dragon Ball
Developed by
Dimps Corporation, QLOC
Published by
Bandai Namco Entertainment
Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 Games Store, PlayStation Network (PS3), PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4
  • PC - DragonBall Xenoverse United States
  • PS3 - DragonBall Xenoverse Japan
  • PS3 - DragonBall Xenoverse United Kingdom
  • PS3 - DragonBall Xenoverse United States
  • PS3N - DragonBall Xenoverse United States
  • PS4 - DragonBall Xenoverse United Kingdom
  • PS4 - DragonBall Xenoverse Japan
  • PS4 - DragonBall Xenoverse United States
  • X360 - DragonBall Xenoverse United Kingdom
  • X360 - DragonBall Xenoverse United States
  • XONE - DragonBall Xenoverse United Kingdom
  • XONE - DragonBall Xenoverse United States

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Xenoverse turns the world of Dragon Ball into a MMO
Game: Dragon Ball Xenoverse
Genre: Fighting
Developer: DIMPS
Publisher: Bandai Namco
System: Steam (PC)
Year of Release: 2015
Length of Playthrough: 18 Hours

Total Score: 87/100
Value Score: 8.7/10

• Story: 8/10
• Characters: 10/10
• GamePlay: 7/10
• Graphics: 8/10
• Sound: 10/10
• Music: 8/10
• Length: 8/10
• Replay Value: 10/10
• Player Value: 8/10

+Main storyline consists of all major stories for Dragon Ball Z and includes Battle of the Gods story - alongside the main story for the game
+Season Pass/DLC includes GT Saga (Story and characters) and Resurrection F Characters (SSGSS Goku, SSGSS Vegeta and Golden Frieza)
+Parallel quests that increase length of playthrough and also provides replay value due to item drops being like a MMO
+Create your own character out of five possible races: Human, Saiyan, Freiza, Maijin and Namekian. Choose gender and other aspects on the character
+RPG system that lets you grow character as you like alongside customizing appearance and moves
+A MMO like Hub World that allows you to interact with NPCs, to buy items and to do certain quests
+Single Lobby which shows you player characters standing/sitting in one place with the NPCs or Multi Lobby which allows you to interact with other players

-Due to MMO aspects and RPG aspects, the game feels like a grind at times
-AI allies at times can be useless and AI enemies can sometimes overpower you especially when you are outnumbered
-You can only do offline 1 on 1 (or other fights) via a NPC in the hub world, there is no specific menu for it
-Resetting stats requires you to collect Dragon balls which can be time consuming and requires grinding
-Animations look awkward at times and visuals look dated for a game that was released in 2015
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