Nov 01, 2016 12:05 PM EDT
'Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2': Review & Early Guide In The Game To New Players! [VIDEO]
Gamers and fans of the "Dragon Ball" franchise were thrilled as the latest "Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2" made its way to the market.
The latest sequel developed by Dimps, an Osaka, Japan-based video game development studio, has recently received praises for improving the successor to their "Xenoverse" franchise, according to sources. As such, a game's review and a proper guide to the early stages of the game would suit a player well into his first experience with "Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2."
Things could only get better by learning from its mistakes. This holds true to the recently released massive-multiplayer-online 3D fighting game, "Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2." The developers of the game took what it has learned from the first installment and improved upon it to its sequel, Gamerant reviewed.
One such noticeable improvement is with the player's online experience, which Gamerant pointed out in its review to be smoother with almost zero server issues. In general, the connection experience of a player both online and offline has improved from the first "Xenoverse" game.
The game's online experience offers an array of features to its players, such as co-op missions, team boss-fights, and the typical online battles. But one of the things that stood out in "Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2" was the improvement in the game's new hub world of Canton City, Gamerant learned.
This hub world gives players a means to interact with one another. As such, Gamerant pointed out in its review that, apart from the new hub world being bigger, it is more organized and traveling has been made more convenient.
Moreover, it was also mentioned that before new players get into the mix of the action, they must first create their in-game characters. With "Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2," players can expect a wider selection of options and a deeper character customization compared to its predecessor, Gamerant reported.
Hence, as new players dive into the early stages of the game, a proper guide to one of the most difficult obstacles at the start of the game was explained in detail by Attack of the Fanboy.
One such guide was to assist new players in beating the Great Ape versions of Nappa and Vegeta, which are one of the hardest tasks to do in the early parts of the game, the same publication stated.
The guide tells you to avoid holding on their tails, as the game suggests. It then advises you to spam your Ki blasts to take out Nappa first. When it's time to face Vegeta, it further tells you to do the same but with more caution by flying really high in order for him not to reach you with his attacks.
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