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Dragon Ball Z Kakarot – PAX West 2019

Today at PAX West, we had the privilege of demoing Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot at the Bandai Namco booth. Capturing footage of actual gameplay, you are able to see just how the game functions and basic battle sequences.

Kakarot is developed by Bandai Namco Entertainment and CyberConnect2 and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment. It is set to release on Playstation 4, Windows, and Xbox One. Currently, we only have a generic release date of 2020. The main storyline for this action role-playing game follows the events of the original Dragon Ball story all the way to the presumably Buu saga. There’s no confirmation yet, but we hope to see events from Dragon Ball Super included in this new game as well. 

The demo for Kakarot was about 10 minutes long and included several mini fights and ended with a boss fight against Raditz. The main characters visible in the demo were Piccolo, kid Gohan, Raditz, and Goku, and starts you off right when Raditz kidnaps Gohan and Goku has to go rescue his son from his brother. After beating the boss fight and completing the demo, the player is awarded a limited edition super saiyan crown.

You can check out our video below and see raw gameplay of this upcoming Bandai Namco title. Let us know what you hope to see in this game in the comments below!

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