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ᐉ Dragon Ball FighterZ To Add Broly (Super) In The Subsequent Handful Of Days, Dragon Ball Xenoverse Two Gets Android 21 ᐉ New Mobile Gadget

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October 17, 2019 7:38 AM EST

As usual, information from V-Jump has leaked early. Bandai Namco announced in the December 2019 problem of V-Jump magazine that Broly, the Dragon Ball Super Broly version, will be added quickly as DLC in Dragon Ball FighterZ.

In addition, Bandai Namco also revealed by way of the magazine that Dragon Ball FighterZ original character Android 21 will be added to Dragon Ball Xenoverse two as DLC this Winter.

You know, Dragon Ball Super Broly’s release produced me understand one particular of the harsh, sad truths of our globe: the truth that there are people today nevertheless arguing in 2019 about what is and what is not in DBZ canon and nevertheless didn’t understand Toriyama, Shueisha, Toei, and Bamco all couldn’t care much less.

I personally like Android 21 a lot and she’s certainly one particular of the very best styles Toriyama did these previous handful of years. Plus she’s voiced by Houko Kuwashima (Fillia, Sango, Kirika, Flay, Quon, Leele, Soifon, Wendy, Vivian, and so forth and so forth). It would be good if Android 21 ends up becoming a common in future DBZ games from now on.

Each Dragon Ball FighterZ and Dragon Ball Xenoverse two are presently obtainable on Computer, PS4, Switch and Xbox One particular. Trailers for Broly in FighterZ and Android 21 in Xenoverse two will likely be published quickly by Bandai Namco.

The subsequent, huge Dragon Ball Z game adaptation coming out quickly is an RPG, the initial one particular we’re having in a lengthy when. it is titled Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot and is coming out on January 17 on Computer, Xbox One particular and PS4. You can preorder it on Amazon.

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October 17, 2019 7:38 AM EST