Dragon Ball: Fusions Will Take Roughly 25 Hours to Complete, Famitsu Claims Nearly Infinite Replay Value
Famitsu has released their review on Dragon Ball: Fusions and overall it is mostly positive! A few gripes the reviewers had were how long the battles can take on average and how at times during five on five battles can get a bit chaotic.
The game, according to Famitsu, will take between 20-25 hours to beat and has nearly infinite replay value (probably due to the countless fusions).
Dragon Ball Fusions
Travel across the Dragon Ball universe, meet some fantastic warriors create a team of five members and grow your character using the power of “Fusion”.
* Dragon Ball Fans
* For those who enjoy playing RPG’s with a lot of leveling.
[Average Play Time]
* Takes 20-25 hours to clear the game
* Factoring in everything you can see or collect this game has infinite replay value
With a whole cast of characters including characters from “DragonBall Super” and even Arale-chan makes an appearance! On top of that, a whole lot of unique fusions that you can create with your gigantic roster of characters is truly exciting. With up to a team of five members taking on another team of five members, supporting each other or even sending the enemy flying with powerful attacks (you can even ring out your opponents) there is no true Dragon Ball experience out there compared to this game. Factoring in the amount of partner characters to gain, the leveling system, fusions and a lot more makes it worth spending hours on. (Yoshida)
Creating teams of random Dragon Ball characters and then battling with them as well as fusing them together is really interesting. I do feel that battles go on for longer than I would of thought, but as you perform follow up attacks alongside your partner characters as well as using hand-to-hand and energy blasts in unique ways makes it super fun. Using the speedy action of the “Full Throttle Attack” whilst scouting enemies gets a big mention due to how great it is. (Ashida)
I love the idea that other characters other than Goten and Trunks/Goku and Vegeta will be able to fuse together. The fact you can put together a random team from characters across the Dragon Ball Universe and then also to be able to fuse them together is something that you need to see. Even a whole team of five members can perform a big Maxi-Fusion to create an extremely strong character that also adds to the fun. During Command Battles, you’ll be performing actions similar to playing “Billiards” as you flick at the screen to attack the enemy. Not only that, but the game features high impact speed filled battles … it’s like you’re playing an episode of the anime. The use of the 3DS’ camera in the game is also one of the best extras in any game that I have ever seen. (Honma)
An amazing game that has many great angles, cute super deformed characters mixed with gameplay that looks and feels like you yourself have entered the Dragon Ball universe. Flying around exploring the game’s world is extremely satisfying and the flicking battle system is a breath of fresh air on the 3DS. There are a ton of characters that can join your party, however, due to this battles do get a bit chaotic at times which does make things hard to see what’s going on. I will say that my biggest criticism is how a single battle can go on for way too long. Regardless the game’s design and production is impeccable which makes it an easy to get to grips fun game. (Uchizawa)
Dragon Ball: Fusions
System: Nintendo 3DS
Release: Aug 4, 2016
Price: USD $52.99