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Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot arrives with another advance courtesy of Bandai Namco

For those who are not familiar with the story, Dragon Ball Z is the sequel to the anime original and shows already a Goku adult in the company of his small son Gohan, a sleeve which, in turn, has six franchises, which account for the maturity of the characters and events as Saiyan, Frieza, Garlic Jr., Cell, the Tournament of the Other World and Majin buu.

That’s why Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is the video game of Bandai Namco which by way of a action RPG is intended to summarize and tell details of this successful series, and covers mainly from the arrival of Raditz (brother of Goku) to Earth to the mythical confrontation with Kid Buu.

And this Friday 27 December 2019, was launched a new advancement of the production where we can see how Goku saves his small son Gohan from the clutches of the antagonist Nappa.

In fact the description that is Bandai Namco ‘s game is pretty complete:

  • Relive the story of Goku in Dragon Ball Z: ¡Kakarot! Beyond the epic boss fights, experiencing life in the world of Dragon Ball Z while fighting, fishing, eat, and train with Goku. Explore the new zones and adventures as you progress through the story and creates powerful ties with other heroes in the universe of Dragon Ball Z.
  • Don’t fight just as Goku. Live the experience as Goku.
  • In Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, life on top of goku was recreated in detail for their history and their crazy feats can be revived and experienced by the fans of Dragon Ball Z.
  • Play through the fights symbolic of Dragon Ball Z on a scale like no other. Fight in vast battlefields with destructible environments and experience epic battles bosses that will test the limits of your combat skills. It increases your power level and exceeded the challenge!

The game will be available from the 17 January 2020 for the platforms PS4, Xbox One and PC.

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