- Oct 27, 2017
"You get a Goku! You get a Goku! Everyone gets a Goku!!"
Now that all the casuals are gone, this game's biggest problem is the "super dash on your opponent and don't let them super dash on you" braindead stale neutral across all characters and situations. Top-tier characters are determined by how well they can facilitate this and prevent you from resetting back to neutral. Arc Sys's changes to the game indicate absolutely no divergence from this.
It's terrible, like literally everything else in GT
Super gave us the best Dragon Ball movie ever and actually has some good characters and moments. Equating it to the dumpster fire that is GT is just disingenuous.
More TOP characters in general would be great, right now Roshi is the only U7 fighter we don't have and characters like Toppo, Kale and Kefla are a must in my opinion, and of course i'll be team Ribrianne til i die.
We have two Brolys, why Kale? Caulifla would be better.
As much as I want Roshi in I don’t think he’ll ever be added because of the lack of flying which sucks. And I’d like to see more TOP characters as well. Atleast Kefla has a decent chance of getting in so I still have hope for her. Though I’d prefer a Caulifla with a Kale assist in all honesty. And man I’m hoping we either get another season or new game soon which includes Ribrianne, I’d imagine she’d have a fun and varied move set and also she’s low key best character from the TOP.
Second hidden attack? This HAS to be SSJ4GT Goku’s special move is “Super Kamehameha,” which transforms him into Super Saiyan 3 when there are two or fewer overall team members remaining. His Meteor special attacks include “Super Spirit Bomb” and a second, hidden attack.
His other attacks include “Power Pole” and “Reverse Kamehameha.”
Read more at https://gematsu.com/2019/03/dragon-ball-fighterz-dlc-character-goku-gt-announced#s0mE1HkDVvjSLo1Z.99
Technicality my ass. He's a completely different character using Goku's body as a meat puppet.
Basically what they did in Xenoverse. Gave GT Kid Goku some lines and moves for OG Kid Goku and made him into a composite of both.
Because people wanted SSJ4 as well as Kid Goku and this lets them do both without having to make ANOTHER Goku.
I realise this is picking out a post well after the fact, but it's most handy for the point: That the answer is the same one that's come up a bunch of times in other Dragon Ball game threads of late (particularly that teased RPG project). Namely, Bandai Namco probably doesn't trust the sales viability of pre-Z nostalgia anymore. Whatever one's contentions with GT, for a section of the fanbase it stood as the endpoint of Dragon Ball (until Battle of Gods came along), and that makes it easy to cash in on, particularly as DLC content where they just go 'Well he's from another timeline!'.
Vegeta didn't play villain at all. His body got stolen against his will and his appearance changed significantly under Baby's possession that he was essentially a new character. He also pulling an giant Oozaru form to stand up against SSJ4, while also retailing his intelligence, was a very welcomed addition compared to every other villain.