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Dragon Ball Z Sagas wasn't open world. That was false advertising.It's basically just a 3D beat-'em-up game (think Double Dragon, Battletoads, or the old Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles games).Beat up a group of enemies, continue, beat up some more, fight a boss, and go onto the next stage. There's no open world to be found there.
That was a troll
DBO is honestly the closest DBZ has ever gotten to open exploration. There was Legacy of Goku 2 and 3, but those games still had you on a set path even though you could explore, search for secrets, etc. DBO is the only game built around world exploration, at least that I know of.
Well, in Budokai Tencaichi 2 you could "explore the world". You were supposed to fly to your next mission but there were always 2 or 3 spots you could visit and get stuff. Maybe similar to Legacy of Goku 2 and 3 based on what you said, since I really didn't get to play the game.
Budokai 3 did it first!*ducks for cover*
My parents didn't really buy me a lot of games. My first Dragon Ball game was Budokai Tenkaichi 2 for Wii and then Budokai Tenkaichi 3. Whenever I get a good laptop I might buy Xenoverse since I don't plan on buying consoles anytime soon.The point is I never tried Budokai 3 but I watched a video and didn't seem that bad, considering it's an old game, right?.
Budokai 3 was actually the best until Xenoverse came along. It's an incredible game that still stands strong even now.But most Budokai Tenkaichi fans will throw a hell of a fit if you mention Budokai 3 around them. XD
The fight style in Budokai 3 is a lot like N64's Mortal Kombat, right?
we have that game its called dragonball online and about to be in alpha
Hello Everyone I have recently started playing path of exile its RPG feel reminded me of the Elder Scrolls Games and i wondered why dont they make a open world DB/DBZ game in the sense of exploration
The DBZ fangames are really good at this. Like, REALLY good.I could name tons of examples.Lately, fangames have increased in quality a LOT.
I've never found an actual good fanmade/indie Dragon Ball game. I only looked for them back when I played flash games on my PC when I was like 10. Are there really good ones out there now?
Do you have a steam? It would be totally easier to talk to you from there instead of fruitless PM's.One old example of one were the Byond DBZ games. they were good for back in the day. 2D Top Down, Sprites battling, open world, all races, all transformations + new ones, whole DBZ story quests, plus tons of new ones, different 'genes' for saiyans that determined if you transformed into a Super Saiyan like Broly (LSSJ obvis) , Goku (false ssj, ssj, to 2, 3, 4, then made up), Vegeta (No SSJ3, a 'super vegeta form' to ssj2, a bulked up SSJ2 form to ssj4 then to made up transformations), or SSJG Goku (SSJ1 to 2, 3, then God with doing a bunch of Quests). They were all by chance and making a new account for saiyans was fun every time.It was like the epitome of DBZ games 2005-2007. It was great.
I used to love Beyond games in their heyday, so you can imagine my excitement when DBO first came out. DBO was an open world DBZ game and it's so frustrating because Bandai totally blew it. Luckily we have a revival in DBOR. But I've always dreamed of a nice open world/mmo game set in the Dragon Universe. With a new series on the horizon, and the success of the new movie as well as Xenoverse, maybe we will at least get something close to an open world game in the near future. Xenoverse definitely has MMO elements. At the very least, I hope they end up expanding Toki Toki city if they make a Xenoverse 2. Can you name any current fan games that fir that criteria? I would love to try one out.
The really incredible Earth's Special Forces, the half life 2 mod.DBZ: Warrior Chronicles looks awesome.Hyper DBZ, mugen Ik, but give this one a chance