Kakarot’ Is Promising All-New Character Backstories — Dragon Ball Z

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In a recent interview with Akiyo Iyoku, the head of Shueisha's Dragon Ball Room, a sequel for Broly was brough up and Iyoku says the team is "steadily making preparations for the next Dragon Ball movie". Just recently, Bandai Namco Entertainment shared on their official Twitter account a statement from the creator of the popular series himself, Akira Toriyama. As a fan of the Dragon Ball series, seeing a AAA open-world RPG for the first time, it appeared to be everything I ever wanted, but now it's planned to be a little bit more than that. The game is set early on in the series' history, hence this tantalising tease of new stories that even hardcore fans won't have seen before.

Later during E3 2019, we were able to get hands-on with Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, and while we still have a ton of questions about the game, it gave us "nostalgia goosebumps", especially while playing through "the iconic battle of Goku and Piccolo vs Radditz, while the legendary opening song "Cha La Head Cha La" swelled in the background". "I hope you enjoy the game!" Experience the battles as they grow to become more and more unrelenting and fierce through cutting edge game visuals. It is part of the promise the game developer made about the upcoming action RPG title. It has been confirmed that the story won't be a 1 to 1 recreation but include characters such as Launch and Android 13 who were stapled characters in the original Dragon Ball but rarely seen in Dragon Ball Z. But based on Iyoku's comments, a new Dragon Ball movie is now in some form of developmental stage. However, it would be very interesting to know what kind of backstories will be integrated.

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Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is in development for PS4, Xbox One and PC.

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