Behold the Nintendo Switch Gameplay and Features Trailer for Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot + A New Power Awakens

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The developers of Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot never cease to amaze us. The fighting game is still getting a lot of love, and we can’t say it doesn’t deserve it. The Dragon Ball Z anime has seen a compelling and exciting restoration along with this game. Dragon Ball Z Kakarot is not only another Dragon Ball fighting game – the player can also get his character to train, eat, make friends, explore the field, and more.

We’ve written in a previous article about DBZ Kakarot being awaited for Nintendo Switch. As for now, the developers are taking it to the next level: the game receives some interesting tweaks.

There are significant improvements for various aspects of the game. You can maintain a decent power level for Goku not just through fighting – even eating will do, which is great. If we remember how things looked like back in the old days of the very first Dragon Ball anime when Goku was a little boy, we’ll surely be delighted about the implementation. Goku often had to eat enough in order to maintain his energy and stamina at decent levels.

For instance, Goku was pursued by Tambourine, who was one of King Piccolo’s henchmen back in the day. Being only a child, Goku was light-years weaker than he is now, but he still had to save the world a bit later in the series from the diabolical tyranny of King Piccolo. During their first battle, Goku clearly lost against Tambourine. Later on, the young Saiyan had a satisfying meal and immediately went after Tambourine once again. It was round two, and Goku completely annihilated the demon using a Kamehameha wave, having enough energy because he didn’t have his stomach empty anymore.

Besides the Nintendo Switch version, Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is also available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

Cristian Antonescu
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