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‘Dragon Ball Z’ VR App Lets Fans Fire Kamehameha In Virtual Reality [VIDEO]

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"Dragon Ball Z" VR Set Lets Players Fire Deadly Ki Blasts
"Dragon Ball Z" VR Set Lets Players Fire Deadly Ki Blasts
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Fans of "Dragon Ball Z" will get the chance to try out some Kamehameha blasting with the latest VR app, which is coming to Japan soon. The special VR set will also come with different features related to the Japanese animation.

"Dragon Ball Z" VR Set Lets Players Fire Familiar Move

"Dragon Ball Z" fans will now get the chance to fire their own deadly ki blast with the latest "Dragon Ball Z" Virtual Reality headset. It comes along with a downloadable mobile app that can let them experience the virtual world of the anime and be a child again, Engadget reported.

"Dragon Ball Z" VR Set Manufactured By Japanese Toy Maker

The company behind the "Dragon Ball Z" VR Set is a Japanese toy maker Mega House. The VR Set has a Capsule Corporation brand and can house a smartphone as the screen for it. The set also comes with hand sensors and a VR mat for the perfect experience, Kotaku reported.

"Dragon Ball Z" VR Set Trailer Looks Silly To Audience

A "Dragon Ball Z" VR Set trailer, which can be viewed down below, was revealed as well together with the announcement. The person enjoying the VR set can see his Kamehameha attack before his very eyes, and he can also see a Geiger counter that measures the power levels of the individuals that he sees. However, the audiences watching him seemed confused about what he is doing and it looked silly to them.

The new "Dragon Ball Z" VR Set is called the BotsNew Characters VR Dragonball Z. The bundle will be released this coming June in Japan for $110.

"Dragon Ball Z" Fan-Made Game Better Than Official Versions

In other "Dragon Ball Z" related news, a free video game made by a fan looked better than the original versions in the market today. "Hyper Dragon Ball Z" was created with the freeware fighting engine called M.U.G.E.N., and it currently has nine characters, which are Goku, SSJ Goku, Vegeta, Majin Vegeta, Piccolo, Frieza, Goha, Babidi, and Hercule. The game developer Team Z2 is planning to release more characters for the game this year, PC Gamer reported.

Check out the BotsNew Characters VR "Dragon Ball Z" video below:

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