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Game review: Anime characters join in Jump Force
The first thing you will notice about Jump Force is the impressive roster of over 42 playable characters for you to select.
One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3 Deluxe Edition comes to Nintendo Switch
The madcap adventures of Monkey D. Luffy’s and the Straw Hat Pirates go portable
Broly and Bardock teaser trailers fly out for Dragon Ball FighterZ
The very popular characters of Broly and Bardock will soon be made available as Dragon Ball FighterZ DLC in the near future.
LPL announces Dragon Ball FighterZ tournament for New Zealand gamers
Fighting game fans in NZ might want to practice their skills at Dragon Ball FighterZ because a Kiwi tournament has just been announced.
Hands-on review: Dragon Ball FighterZ is awesome like a Super Saiyan God
Dragon Ball FighterZ is a great new 2D fighting game in the same vein as Capcom's Street Fighter and Marvel vs Capcom series.
Bandai Namco is extending the Dragon Ball FighterZ open beta for another 24 hours
Thanks to all of the server troubles, not many people have been able to play the Dragon Ball FighterZ open beta. Well now it has been extended.
Hands-on with Dragon Ball FighterZ during its open beta period
January 2018 is already a stacked month for fighting games as two of them are coming out. One of them is Dragon Ball FighterZ!
Hands-on review: Gundam Versus lacks content and enjoyable gameplay
Video games are supposed to be fun and offer players a lot of content to experience. Sadly, Bandai Namco's Gundam Versus lacks both of these.
Get ready for some mech on mech action in Gundam Versus
The game lets players take control of over 90 Mobile Suits spanning more than 35 years of the Mobile Suit Gundam saga...
Review: Tekken 7 packs a powerful punch on PC, PS4 and Xbox One
Bandai Namco has released Tekken 7 on PC, PS4 and Xbox One and the game packs a lot of content, although some features are still missing.
Review: Save the DBZ timeline with Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2
Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 is the sequel to the popular Xenoverse. It expands on the original game adding tons of new characters and scenarios.