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Dragon Ball FighterZ

This is what Dragon Ball FighterZ on Switch looks like

Check it out in 1080p at 60 fps.

Rumoured since the original launch, then revealed at E3, we finally got to get our hands on the Nintendo Switch version of Dragon Ball FighterZ the other day, and while we were at it, we took the chance to capture some exclusive direct-feed gameplay with the game in docked mode (that means 1080p60).

A pity that the demo unit had earphones-only sound, but the following clips give you a nice idea on how the game looks compared to what Arc System Works and Bandai Namco released on PS4 and Xbox One back in January.

The first battle features Piccolo, Beerus, and Goku Black vs. CPU-controlled Yamcha, Kid Buu, and Super Saiyan Vegeta, in space:

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This second 3v3 fight faces adult Son Gohan, Cell, and SSB Son Goku vs. player-controlled Super Saiyan Vegeta, SSB Vegeta, and young Son Gohan, at Cell Games Arena:

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Dragon Ball FighterZ releases on the Nintendo Switch in September with a free retro game. Are you excited?

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Dragon Ball FighterZ

REVIEW. Written by Ricardo C. Esteves

"If you're a Dragon Ball fan, it's an easy recommendation, as long as you don't mind swapping content for gameplay and graphics."

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