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Get ready for the all-new Dragon Ball smartphone game that fans around the world have been waiting for! Battle it out in high quality 3D stages with character voicing! Enjoy 1 on 1 action against rival players from across the globe!
Card Action Battles with Intuitive Controls
– Easily control your favorite DB fighters.
– Unleash fierce combos and explosive special moves with the touch of a finger!
Worldwide Versus Battles
– Real-time battles against DB fans from around the world.
– Power up your own character and crush the competition!
– Play as the all new character designed by Akira Toriyama!
– Experience a new adventure with Goku and all your favorite characters.
Dragon Ball Legends review: The PVP mobile game set to take over the world
When Bandai Namco announced Dragon Ball Legends during a Google talk at the Games Developers Conference, it was strangely sandwiched between lectures about in-game monetisation and the importance of analysing user data to give gamers exactly what they want.
But, having now played an early trial build of the game, it kind of makes more sense.
While the company is yet to fully reveal how its new mobile title will address the former – whether it will support ads, add-on content purchases or a mixture of both – it clearly gives gamers what they want. It is a game so finely and superbly tuned for its target audience that it could well become the next Pokemon Go.
That’s because it is a Dragon Ball game made by Dragon Ball fans for other Dragon Ball fans.
Better still, it’s a Dragon Ball game that could end up turning us all into Dragon Ball fans.
That’s because it is the most accessible game based on the manga and anime franchise we’ve seen yet. It is also the most accessible mobile fighting game we’ve played. And we’ve played a lot.
Graphically and thematically, it is unmistakably Dragon Ball. However, Legends adopts a portrait aspect and swaps a myriad of kick and punch buttons for a simple tap the screen mechanic. Indeed, Bandai Namco claims you can play the Android and iOS game with just one finger.
Dragon Ball Legends, you see, is mainly played over the internet in real time and needs to provide a smooth, fast experience but without punishing those without a strong or speedy ‘net connection.
The card mechanics help that. Instead of choosing to punch, kick, throw and the like, you tap any number of four cards that appear on screen at any one time. They are specific to each character in the game and perform different moves. A red card, for example, performs a melee attack, a yellow card a ranged attack and green and blue cards are for special assaults. They each take up energy, so you can chain them together as long as they don’t use up more than 100 energy points at any one time.
Your energy replenishes, so you can fire away new attacks each round. And with three different characters on each team for each bout – chosen before you fight – matches are fun and varied in style.
Head in the clouds
The game uses Google’s Cloud Platform to match-up and host PVP battles, which ensures a stable and steady connection no matter where you are in the world. However, if you don’t have any internet – when on the Tube, for instance – you can play two other game modes, each against computer opponents. One will have campaign elements and the other is designed for quick and easy play.
The game is frantic without feeling overwhelming. The tap and card mechanics work well and the 3D animations are, quite simply, stunning for a mobile platform.
Where Bandai Namco has got Dragon Ball Legends right so far is that it isn’t trying to make a console game for mobile. It is designed specifically with the restrictions and unique properties of phones and tablets in mind.
The cloud PVP action will make or break the game for sure, but there’s no reason why it should be the latter as long as Google’s platform works well.
We can’t wait to try that side of Legends fully. Until then, from what we have played so far, we’re hugely excited by its potential.
Dragon Ball Legends will be officaly available for iOS and Android from summer. Pre-registrations on both the Apple App Store and Google Play are being accepted now. If you want to play Dragon Ball Legends early on Android you have to download beta 2 apk from the first link above.