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Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Review

Stepping aside from the hugely successful Xenoverse formula, Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot looks to offer a deeper and more meaningful insight into the world of Dragon Ball, giving players a glimpse into the stories and lives of its colorful supporting cast.

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot follows the story of Goku and friends, and the mysterious power of the seven Dragon Balls. Dragon Ball has seen many beloved games launch from the franchise, and despite following the same events and story each and every time, it still manages to immerse and capture the hearts of the fans. Does Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot continue this trend, or is this one chapter too many?

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Review

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Review

As a casual fan of Dragon Ball Z, I’m familiar with the major events. Fighting through the sagas each and every game, battling through Raditz and Vegeta, Cell and the Androids, and Buu, many of the games rely on the same tropes. Impressively, game after game, it continues to pull it off. However, Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot takes a different approach. Instead of glossing over the filler of the series, the stories between the chaotic battles and insanely massive explosions, it often brings them to the forefront of the experience, providing a new perspective on the events I’ve experienced time and time again.

I’ve seen Piccolo blast through Raditz and Goku more times than I can count, but whereas previous games often had these events as the very beginning of the experience, Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is much slower paced. The famous battles from throughout the series are still present, and delivered with a fantastic combination of flair and character. However, they aren’t the focal point of this adventure.

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Review

More often than not, you’ll be flying around a huge Dragon Ball Z world doing menial tasks for random citizens or famous characters from the show. While this content is lacking in imagination and creativity, with most being simple fetch quests or killing the same group of three robots over and over again, the greater depth it provides for the overall experience of Dragon Ball Z is a refreshing change. You learn more about the relationships, the sacrifices, the personalities of the characters that have long stood the test of time. More experienced fans will likely recognize all of this from the series, but as a more casual fan, I relished in the opportunity to dive deeper into the worldbuilding of the franchise.

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Review

Dragon Ball games often live and die by the quality of the combat, and Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is no exception to that rule. Initially, I wasn’t impressed. The controls are a confusing mess when compared with Xenoverse; changing the basic function buttons made for a frustrating journey, especially after Raditz whooped my ass for the third time. It took a few hours and a lot of trial and error, but once my muscle memory began to ignore my experience with Xenoverse, I found the combat to be just as exciting, and sometimes even more explosive.

Stringing combination attacks together with huge abilities is more difficult and requires a greater element of timing, but the payoff is worth it. Beating an enemy through the skies, teleporting to my next attack before …

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Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore Launch Trailer Released


Get ready to fight the interdimensional evil that has taken over Tokyo with the launch trailer for Nintendo’s Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore.

Now available for the Nintendo Switch, this title mashes together the worlds of the Fire Emblem series with Atlus’ line of games. Players must contend with hostile beings known as Mirages, which have descended upon modern-day locations like Shibuya and Harajuku and wish to harvest energy known as Performa from its denizens.

Players take control of a number of different teenagers and the protagonist Itsuki, which all work under the guise of the Fortuna Entertainment talent agency, and set out to protect these innocent folks. A turn based combat system that utilizes enemy weaknesses, Session Attacks, and Duo Attacks.

Learn more with the trailer below:

Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore – Launch Trailer – Nintendo Switch

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Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore Launch Trailer Released

Get ready to fight the interdimensional evil that has taken over Tokyo with the launch trailer for Nintendo’s Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore

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Bears, Vodka, Balalaika! Review

Filling the shoes of a Russian soldier that also happens to be a bear, players will blast away a Nazi-occupied land in the new shooter Bears, Vodka, Balalaika! This fight to protect the Great Motherland might be a silly one, but the gameplay just can’t back up the ridiculous premise.

Bears, Vodka, Balalaika! Review

Armed with a trusty AK-47, a handle of vodka, and a handy balalaika, players must survive as long as possible against the SS soldiers that storm the land. Never mind coming up with a cunning strategy like circle strafing or blitzing the enemies – all attempts to survive are absolutely futile. Rather, the ultimate goal is to survive as long as possible and not succumb to death from the hail of gunfire all pointed toward your hairy hide.

These types of mindless shooters are a dime a dozen on the Steam store, and Bears, Vodka, Balalaika! does absolutely nothing to differentiate itself from the rest of the pack. Some might feel that the designated vodka and balalaika buttons (mapped to “V” and “B,” respectively) might be funny, but don’t expect to survive for long if you press either one. Rather, anything other than blatant firing will end the game and start everything over from the beginning.

Don’t expect the shooting to work as it should either. The WASD and mouse setup is no doubt familiar to keyboard warriors young and old, but players cannot control where their fire goes. In a cruel twist of fate, aiming at the enemy is out of the question. Some might feel that the infinite ammo for your AK-47 evens the odds, but even this handicap makes anything but running a losing strategy. Don’t expect alternative weapons, melee moves, or even a jump button to help you out – the absolute minimum went into its control scheme.

It’s not like the AI is too smart either. The odds are most certainly stacked against the player in Bears, Vodka, Balalaika! – there’s no doubt about that. Blonde-haired Nazis t-pose their way to your position in this small battlefield, and no amount of fog from poor optimization can hide your position from the enemy. However, friendly fire is on, and the endless bullets emanating from this horde will often take down their own kin.

This poor planning means that players can survive for an extended period of time by simply running from one of the map to the other, waiting for the T-posing soldiers to slowly make their way over. Just be warned that clipping is a problem – the guns might not be in the enemy’s hand, but they will overlap right on the player.

Outside of some achievements with names like “Soviet Kek,” “Mr. Stalin,” and “USSR Ball” that can be earned within minutes of play, players can also get their name up on the leaderboards. Note that the display functionality used to list the names out did not work as it should when we tried to view it – names overlapped one another, and it was hard to make things out. This lack of graphical prowess was sadly commonplace throughout our time with the game.

Bears, Vodka, Balalaika! is proof positive that a single joke cannot carry a game. Between …

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Where To Find Woodchips In Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot

Where To Find Woodchips In Dragon Ball Z Kakarot
Getting Woodchips for Mr Popo is a Substory in DBZ Kakarot. This guide tells you Where To Find Woodchips In Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot as you need to find and collect 15 Woodchips, with very little information on where you can find them and what they look like.

The Woodchips can only be found on the East Ravine Map. Here there is a very large stream running through the map, mostly at the bottom of a deep ravine. Mr Popo doesn’t give you many clues but he does state that they cannot be gathered from living trees. As the image above, the trees you are looking for are dead trees – specially dead trees that have fallen.

Where To Find Woodchips In Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot

Where To Find Woodchips In Dragon Ball Z
All but one of the Woodchips can be found very close to the waters edge. If you start in the lower right corner of the map, the first three are all near the waters edge. The one near the town is not, it’s near a parked car on the outskirts of the village.

The final one to the North West, is also very close to the waters edge, just before you enter the large cave. They are purple orbs, so you can use your Ki Sense to be able to locate the purple orbs once you are within range.

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Frenzy Guide

What is a Frenzy and how does it benefit your adventures in the game? Check out our Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Frenzy Guide for a full break down and explanation of the Frenzy system in the latest

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Recipe Guide

Want to find and unlock all the recipes for Full Course Meals in DBZ Kakarot? This Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Recipe Guide tells you how to unlock all of the different recipes we’ve discovered so far

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Katchin Door Guide

Special Katchin doors hide away various riches in DBZ Kakarot. This Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Katchin Door Guide explains how you gain access to the hidden Katchin doors that are scattered throughout

Where To Find Great Energetic Fish In Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot

Great Energetic Fish are required for a Substory in DBZ Kakarot. This guide explains Where To Find Great Energetic Fish In Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot as they can be very difficult to obtain if you don’t

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How To Get Off Nimbus In Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot

How To Get Off Nimbus In Dragon Ball Z Kakarot
The Flying Nimbus allows Goku to fly around the world atop a small cloud. This guide on How To Get Off Nimbus In Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot explains how to dismount the Nimbus when you want to run around and explore on foot or fly, as Goku can fly without Nimbus in much of the game.

A quick note. There are certain parts of the game where you are forced to fly in the Nimbus, this includes sequences played as both Gohan and Goku. During these scenarios, you cannot dismount or explore on foot, you are forced to progress through to the next sequence while staying mounted on the Flying Nimbus at all times.

How To Get Off Nimbus In Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot

The Nimbus works the same way as other mounts, such as the DBZ Kakarot Car. Certain characters at certain points in the game, usually Intermission chapters, can summon a vehicle if it has been unlocked. Once you have unlocked R&D fully, you can begin building machines and other alternative forms of travel.

For the Nimbus, dismounting is simple. You press Down on the D-Pad. Up on the D-Pad brings up your different options of mounts and vehicles. Down on the D-Pad unsummons the mount so you’re free to progress on foot. If this method does not work, you’re in part of the game where it’s necessary to remain on Nimbus.

Dragon Ball Z Kakarot Substory Guide

While playing through DBZ Kakarot, you will run into side quests you can complete called Substories. Check out this Dragon Ball Z Kakarot Substory guide to find and complete them all as you play

Dragon Ball Z Kakarot Soul Emblem Guide

Soul Emblems in DBZ Kakarot are one of the many ways you can power up your fighters. Check out this Dragon Ball z Kakarot Soul Emblem guide to find them all and become as strong as possible. Some are

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Recipe Guide

Want to find and unlock all the recipes for Full Course Meals in DBZ Kakarot? This Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Recipe Guide tells you how to unlock all of the different recipes we’ve discovered so far

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Katchin Door Guide

Special Katchin doors hide away various riches in DBZ Kakarot. This Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Katchin Door Guide explains how you gain access to the hidden Katchin doors that are scattered throughout

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Where To Find Frozen Rabbit Meat In Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot

One of the main objectives in DBZ Kakarot is to find some Frozen Rabbit Meat. Check out this guide to find out where to find Frozen Rabbit Meat in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot. You can’t catch rabbits so this one is a bit tricky.

Where To Find Frozen Rabbit Meat In DBZ Kakarot

In order to get Frozen Rabbit Meat in DBZ Kakarot, you will have to head up to the Darlinge Polyna map. Here you can find what you are looking for around the lake, and in the woods. You are looking for blocks of ice similar to this one in the picture.

Where To Find Frozen Rabbit Meat In Dragon Ball Z Kakarot

You need to use your Ki blasts to break these down and inside you will find the Frozen Rabbit Meat. There are a few scattered in the area, and an NPC will even call it out if he is near one. I only had to break one but I found about five while flying around. Search up on the cliffs, in the woods, and near the beach of the ice lake if you need more.

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Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Shenron Wish Guide

As you progress in DBZ Kakarot, you will eventually get to collect the Dragon Balls. Check out this Dragon Ball Z Kakarot Shenron Wish Guide to find out what you get for each wish. This way you don’t

How To Get A Car In Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot

Want to know where to find a car for races in DBZ Kakarot? This guide tells you How To Get A Car In Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot so you can participate in some of the unique and exciting race events

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot King Yemma Quiz Guide

When you arrive at the door to the Other World, King Yemma requires some answers. This Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot King Yemma Quiz Guide goes through each of the questions and provides the correct answer

Where To Find The Goliath & Scarlet Catfish In Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot

A Substory in DBZ Kakarot requires you to find two certain fish. This guide on Where To Find The Goliath & Scarlet Catfish In Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot will tell you exactly where you need to go in

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Where To Find Your DLC Items in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot

If you pre ordered DBZ Kakarot, then you have some DLC items waiting for you. Check out this guide to find out where to find your DLC items in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot. With this you can use your food to get a buff right away.

Where To Find Your DLC Items in DBZ Kakarot

At first, you will only have access to your food from the DLC. Press start and go into your inventory. From there, work your way to the meals section and you will find your three star dishes that you got for DLC. The bonuses on the bottom are permanent, so eat it up for a boost early on. The Bonyu Training mission doesn’t unlock until you reach the Android Saga. Vegeta will unlcok training at Capsule Corp and when you switch back to Goku he will be asked to go there. When you speak to the training lady, Bonyu training will be open. If you beat her, you will get her Soul Emblem, which is pretty strong. The Yamcha side quest opens up during the Android Saga as well. You will see the blue side quest icon near Goku’s house when it is ready.

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Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Recipe Guide

Want to find and unlock all the recipes for Full Course Meals in DBZ Kakarot? This Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Recipe Guide tells you how to unlock all of the different recipes we’ve discovered so far

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Community Leader Guide

Want to know how to unlock all Community Leaders in DBZ Kakarot and what they do? This Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Community Leader Guide answers all of your Community Leader related questions including

How To Get A Car In Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot

Want to know where to find a car for races in DBZ Kakarot? This guide tells you How To Get A Car In Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot so you can participate in some of the unique and exciting race events

Where To Find The Goliath & Scarlet Catfish In Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot

A Substory in DBZ Kakarot requires you to find two certain fish. This guide on Where To Find The Goliath & Scarlet Catfish In Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot will tell you exactly where you need to go in

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Where To Find Your DLC Items in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot

If you pre ordered DBZ Kakarot, then you have some DLC items waiting for you. Check out this guide to find out where to find your DLC items in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot. With this you can use your food to get a buff right away.

Where To Find Your DLC Items in DBZ Kakarot

At first, you will only have access to your food from the DLC. Press start and go into your inventory. From there, work your way to the meals section and you will find your three star dishes that you got for DLC. The bonuses on the bottom are permanent, so eat it up for a boost early on. The Bonyu Training mission doesn’t unlock until you reach the Android Saga. Vegeta will unlcok training at Capsule Corp and when you switch back to Goku he will be asked to go there. When you speak to the training lady, Bonyu training will be open. If you beat her, you will get her Soul Emblem, which is pretty strong. The Yamcha side quest opens up during the Android Saga as well. You will see the blue side quest icon near Goku’s house when it is ready.

Check back soon for more Dragon Ball Z Kakarot guides.

Where To Find Great Energetic Fish In Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot

Great Energetic Fish are required for a Substory in DBZ Kakarot. This guide explains Where To Find Great Energetic Fish In Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot as they can be very difficult to obtain if you don’t

Where To Find The Maristone In Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot

The Tourists In Trouble Substory asks you to find a Maristone gem. This guide on Where To Find The Maristone In Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot will tell you exactly where you need to go to find the

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Shenron Wish Guide

As you progress in DBZ Kakarot, you will eventually get to collect the Dragon Balls. Check out this Dragon Ball Z Kakarot Shenron Wish Guide to find out what you get for each wish. This way you don’t

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Frenzy Guide

What is a Frenzy and how does it benefit your adventures in the game? Check out our Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Frenzy Guide for a full break down and explanation of the Frenzy system in the latest

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Dragon Ball Z Kakarot Soul Emblem Guide

Dragon Ball Z Kakarot Soul Emblem Guide
Soul Emblems in DBZ Kakarot are one of the many ways you can power up your fighters. Check out this Dragon Ball Z Kakarot Soul Emblem guide to find them all and become as strong as possible. Some are easy to find while others can be hidden well.

Soul Emblems represent a characters innate abilities. They can be placed within Communities that buff various stats and offer different benefits. Each Soul Emblem can also be leveled up and improved by giving gifts, although the gifts are mostly universal so it’s up to you how to customize each of your Soul Emblems.

DBZ Kakarot Soul Emblem Guide

As you get more Soul Emblems, you can make more matches and really fill out the community buff list. You can put almost any emblem on any board, but they specialize in one area each. Look at their levels and decide best where you want to place them based on that.

Name Location How To Get When
Goku Start With Start With Saiyan Saga
Gohan Story Related Community Tutorial Saiyan Saga
Chi Chi Story Related Cook With Chi Chi Saiyan Saga
Roshi Roshi’s House Complete Roshi Side Quest Saiyan Saga
Nam East Ravine Complete Nam’s Side Quest Saiyan Saga
Eighter East Ravine Complete Eighter’s Side Quest Saiyan Saga
King Yemma Story Related Acquired After Beating Raditz Saiyan Saga
Kami Story Related Acquired After Beating Raditz Saiyan Saga
Yajirobe Story Related Acquired By Kid Gohan Saiyan Saga
Tien Story Related Beat Tien With Piccolo Saiyan Saga
Yamcha Story Related Beat Yamcha With Piccolo Saiyan Saga
Krillin Story Related Beat Krillin With Piccolo Saiyan Saga
Piccolo Story Related Beat Krillin, Yamcha, And Tien Saiyan Saga
Chiaotzu Central Plains Beat Telekinesis Training Side Quest Saiyan Saga
King Kai Story Related Make King Kai Laugh Saiyan Saga
Puar Story Related Head Home With Kid Gohan Saiyan Saga
Mr. Popo Story Related Goku Clears Snake Road Saiyan Saga
Pilaf West Area Complete The Pilaf Gang’s Plan Side Quest Intermission 1
Shu West Area Complete The Pilaf Gang’s Plan Side Quest Intermission 1
Mai West Area Complete The Pilaf Gang’s Plan Side Quest Intermission 1
Launch Story Related Find Launch For Master Roshi Intermission 1
Saibaman Multiple Side Quests Complete The Pilaf Gangs Plan, Foreboding Fear, And Mysterious Power Reading During Intermission Intermission 1
Mercenary Tao Multiple Side Quests Complete Mysterious Power Reading And Familiar Face Intermission 1
Master Shen Multiple Side Quests Complete Mysterious Power Reading And Familiar Face Intermission 1
Turtle Kame House Complete Tough Break For Turtle Substory Frieza Saga
Bulma Story Related After you help find materials for Bulma’s spaceship Frieza Saga
Vegeta Story Related After Vegeta defeats Cui on Planet Namek Frieza Saga
Guru Story Related After you meet Guru in the story on Planet Namek Frieza Saga
Nail Story Related After you fuse with Nail on Planet Namek Frieza Saga
Oolong Side Quest The Mystery Of The Missing Tail Intermission 2
Raditz Dragon Balls Wish Him Back To Fight Him Again Intermission 2+
Nappa Dragon Balls Wish Him Back To Fight Him Again Intermission 2+
Dodoria Dragon Balls Wish Him Back To Fight Him Again Intermission 2+
Zarbon Dragon Balls Wish Him Back To Fight Him Again Intermission 2+
Recoome Dragon Balls Wish The
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Dragon Ball Z Kakarot Substory Guide

Dragon Ball Z Kakarot Substory Guide
While playing through DBZ Kakarot, you will run into side quests you can complete called Substories. Check out this Dragon Ball Z Kakarot Substory guide to find and complete them all as you play. These will help you level up much quicker and also gives you plenty of rewards and Soul Emblems.

Dragon Ball Z Kakarot is divided into multiple parts representing the different Sagas from the Dragon Ball Z universe. After each saga is an intermission, usually some basic story quests and more side quests open at these points. Our guide below shows you each of the side quests available in the different sagas and the following intermission. Each Substory is also directly tied to one of the 7 different Community Boards, we’ve included that information in the brackets.

To save time exploring the entire world constantly, you can check the map and look for the blue ! icon on an area, this tells you there is a side quest in that area.

Saiyan Saga Substories Guide

Master Roshis Prized Possession (Adults)
The turtle on Master Roshi’s island has hidden his magazine. Talk to Bulma, then the turtle, then go to the marker to dig up Roshi’s magazine. Hand it back to him to get some EXP and other items.
Nam The Peddler (Adults)
Nam will ask for your help on the East Ravine map. He needs to help with his cart business. Talk to the guy at the blue marker and he will give you a fossil. Follow the next marker to the fossil area and speak to the man in the hat. He will trade the fossil for food and water and you can return to Nam. You will get Nam’s Soul Emblem for this.
Foggy Future (Adults)
This quest happens when you are playing as Gohan, after he learns how to fly. Help out fortune teller Baba and you be awarded.
Gentle Giant (R&D)
You can find this quest on the East Ravine map. Talk to Eighter there and he will ask for some help defeating a local Red Ribbon robots. Kill the support ones first, as they will heal the others. Destroy the others as you see fit. You will be warped back to Eighter when you are finished.
Telekinesis Training (Cooking)
You can pick this quest up as you are playing Piccolo during the Saiyan Saga. Beat down Tien and this side quest opens up. This is a fight with Tien and Chiaotzu. Take out Chiaotzu first, he has less HP, then focus on Tien. Beat the both and you complete the quest.
The Fifth Trainee (Adventures)
You can do this quest when you are Piccolo during the Saiyan Saga. You first need to catch some deer for Yajirobe. When you return, he has run away because he doesn’t want to fight Piccolo. Use your Ki vision (L1) to spot this light blue cave in the area. Near the cave, up on the cliff, you can find Yajirobe and his Red Ki. Talk to him to complete the quest.

Intermission 1

The Pilaf Gangs Plan (R&D)
This one is found in West Area during the first intermission when you are playing as Gohan, it opens up after meeting with Roshi. The quest opens
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