The sound of “kamehameha” being screamed and fast-paced rockin' guitar riffs just about sums up Dragon Ball FighterZ soundtrack. Voice performances are great too and you can also choose between Japanese or English language options.
Completely and utterly stunning, FighterZ' visuals hit you in the face like a light grenade. Every character has been lovingly rendered and animated, while 3D backdrops tie the whole thing together. It quite possibly looks even better than the anime.
At surface level, FighterZ can seem like a bit of a button masher, but scratch beneath the veneer and you'll find tactical depth, with a few fairly intricate fight mechanics that makes things interesting. Will it be the sort of fighter they'll play at EVO? Possibly not, but it's still fantastic.
Packed with practically everything you'd expect from a fighting game, FighterZ has a Story Mode, myriad local and online options, and a smart interactive hub area to explore at the heart of it all. Every little bit has been lavished with due care and attention.
A solid enough list that covers Story Mode and all of the other departments. Perfectly serviceable.