Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z Gets New Free And Paid DLC

Publisher Namco Bandai has made some new downloadable content (DLC) available for Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z, which should be available on both Xbox Live and Playstation Network. Additionally, the Playstation Vita version receives its own update.

In the free DLC for Vita, you’ll find a way to extend the game’s audio with Japanese voice over. Since fans are the main demographic for these anime titles, the original narration is usually a main request.

Aside from this addition, Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z now has its preorder incentives available for purchase in separate DLC. It contains two fighters.

One of them is Goku’s father, in the form of Super Saiyan Bardock. Both relatives look extremely similar, but their story is different.

For those that follow the story line, Bardock is part of the people affected by the Saiyans’ planet blowing up. He achieves his powered up form during a fight with Chilled.

Another combatant that comes to play is Super Vegito. This is the fusion between Goku and Vegeta using the Potara earrings, but in heightened form. It’s a fighter so powerful that not even Majin Buu could defeat the fused combo.

Despite putting up things like a hectic four-player brawl, Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z didn’t pan too well with critics. It’s currently floating over a little more than 50 on Metacritic.

Each fighter for this Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z DLC will set you back $2.99.

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