A very few games can compare to Kakarot in terms of sheer love towards the original series and storytelling qualities. Not without its set of flaws that leave only regret not being even greater, Kakarot still manages to be a great game for fans. No, scratch that. It manages to be an amazing game! May they not stop here, and deliver more and more of love-letters like this. If it goes in the right direction, the next one could definitely be legendary.
Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is the best way to get acquainted with the Saiyan saga and the series in general. It's strange that the most advertised mechanics of the game, the RPG and open-world aspects, are also the least developed. It's the story and the bombastic fights where Kakarot really shines, so if you're approaching the game from these perspectives, you're in for a thrilling ride. To put it bluntly, stay away from exploring and don't expect any deep, meaningful RPG elements, and you'll have a pleasant time in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot.
Sem dúvida alguma o melhor jogo de Dragon Ball que já fizeram, supera facilmente Dragon Ball Budokai Tenkaichi 2 e Dragon Ball Budokai Tenkaichi 3. Jogabilidade incrível, gráficos excelentes, história muito bem explorada e as DLCs também são incríveis e valem a pena (principalmente as DLCs do torneio de artes marciais que Goku luta contra Picolo, DLC do Bardock e DLC do Trunks do futuro). Jogaço.
Eu achei o jogo mt bom e bem desenvolvido, as DLC's são maravilhosas, e o jogo é mt lindo. O jogo é bem fiel a história do anime, e tbm o jeito q eles adaptaram o estilo de jogo, combinou mt com o anime.
Kakarot is one of the games based on this manga we’ve enjoyed the most. It’s a fantastic adventure, and even if it’s not perfect, it’s made by fans for fans. If you are one of those kids who sit in front of the TV waiting for the next episode to air, you’ll enjoy every second of it.
Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is a fantastic avenue for new and casual fans alike, providing a deeper level of insight and immersion into a beloved franchise. However, more seasoned veterans of the series may not be as easily impressed. Fluid, fast, and visually stunning combat combined with some intriguing ideas gives Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot plenty to root for, but it still doesn’t feel as fleshed out and creative as its Xenoverse cousin.
Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot's modern, semi-open approach to telling the saga of DBZ--despite some minor issues--is a good one. Zooming around the environments and seeing the world up close is a blast, and it's great being able to interact with so many fun DBZ characters and see stories that usually get passed over for game adaptations. And even though combat can be a bit lacking, when the big battles happen, they feel suitably epic and engaging. If you're looking for an enjoyable way to see the life and times of adult Goku through a new perspective, Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot will grant your wish.
Despite the numerous flaws, Kararot still offers a wonderful retelling of the main story, above-average graphics, and a great soundtrack, so it’s worth picking up for established and new fans of the series alike.
Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot isn’t the RPG we were expecting to get, but instead a frustrating, tedious and even boring game. While we can’t grow tired of Dragon Ball story, there are certainly many other ways to enjoy it.
Game recommended for Dragon Ball fans only. I enjoyed it but it has many flaws, it lacks epic moments from the anime, the story is sometimes too short, the music is missing, the fights are all the same, the open world is boring.
The game was good, the gameplay was decent but the problem with it that it was repetitive in some way or another, and the dynamic scenes was a cure for the blind tbh, but the filler in the game literally had me stop playing it for like 3 months, overall if you found the deluxe edition with a sale on it, and you're a dbz fan, BUY IT IMMEDIATELY
Take the most boring and bland Open-World Action RPG you can possibly imagine and give it a DBZ coat of paint: Voila, you have created this game. The overworld is empty and lifeless (and looks terrible) and exists solely because Open World games are all the rage now and your character needs a space to fly around in. Encounters with regular enemies are incredibly repetitive, side quests are as basic as it gets, and the game's systems are unnecessarily convoluted. Almost every feature in this game seems to have been put in not because it enriches the gameplay, but because other Open-World titles do something similar.
So the one word to sum this game is: Uninspired.
SummaryRelive the story of Goku in DRAGON BALL Z: KAKAROT! Beyond the epic battles, experience life in the DRAGON BALL Z world as you fight, fish, eat, and train with Goku. Explore the new areas and adventures as you advance through the story and form powerful bonds with other heroes from the DRAGON BALL Z universe.
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