Will “Dragon Ball Xenoverse” Turn Out to Be A Huge Disappointment?

In 2014 alone, there have been two Dragon Ball games released: Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z (January), and J-Stars Victory Vs (March). But if that’s not enough, Bandai Namco recently announced yet another game to the franchise — Dragon Ball Xenoverse.

After viewing the trailer, I continued to ask myself, “Why are they remaking Dragon Ball: Raging Blast, but under a new title?” Based on the trailer alone, there’s nothing different about Xenoverse compared to others games of the franchise. The characters are brighter and shine in vibrancy, but is that really it? I sure hope not.

The trailer concluded with a cliffhanger, showing the back of a mysterious character from a different timeline who looks similar to Gohan.

Xenoverse will be available for the PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, and Xbox-1. No further details have been provided about the games release date.

The trailer seems to suggest that Xenoverse will be distinctively different than its predecessors. But the question is, how different will Xenoverse actually be? Will it simply add a new character, or incorporate a storyboard to the game? Let us know your thoughts on the manner!

Author: Lindo Korchi

After realizing that writing was his native language, Lindo set out on creating a novel. Eventually he realized that it would be 'impossible' to make a career out of it - discarding his dream. It wasn't until he began writing for Anime Expo's news site, Inside AX, that he would discover the multitude of routes that journalism holds. Since that time, he's reclaimed his dream and has continued to hone his skills in the art of literary. While covering conventions, he found an additional art-form that he would fall in love with -- photography. Now the journey truly begins for our young warrior.