|Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Review via Nintendo Insider
Packed with a robust story mode and a sack full of content Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 gives the aficionado and newcomer to the series plenty of excuses to have a good old scrap. It may not be as deep or nearly as balanced as a conventional fighter series like Street Fighter or Guilty Gear, but there is enough depth here to learn how to “git gud” if given the chance. The Nintendo Switch version is a commendable port and to finally have the chance to throw down Kamehameha’s with the smelly old drunk on the bus is well worth the purchase alone.
|Dragon Ball: Xenoverse 2 (Nintendo Switch) Review via Cubed3
Arriving nearly a year later, but losing none of the charm and gaining some new tricks, Dragon Ball: Xenoverse 2 is ultimately a very solid version of the game on Switch, performance downgrades aside. An enjoyable and versatile battle system, coupled with a plethora of content that fans will appreciate, and an engaging story both new and old makes for a viable purchase option for both arena fighter and franchise devotees alike.
|Switch Review - 'Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2' via Worth Playing
Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 is a massive experience for fans that is fun to play and packed with content. On the flip side, the combat can quickly get repetitive, and the need for grinding doesn't help, either. Add a few technical hiccups, and the Nintendo Switch version is the least desirable one of all. It's still playable and enjoyable on the hybrid device, but it's not as good of an experience as on the other systems. Some may prefer the mobility of the Switch system over the downsides, but if you have the choice and don't care for mobility, I'd highly recommend picking up the PC, PS4 or Xbox One version of Xenoverse 2.
|Review: Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 (Switch) via Nintendo Life
Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 was a massive game on other platforms and is even bigger on the Switch. The visual downgrades were expected, but the removal of the gray filter present on other platforms actually makes the Switch version look better overall, in this scribe's opinion at least. The brilliantly rendered cutscenes, deep character customisation and fine-tuned fighting mechanics make for a title that is easy to pick up but hard to put down. This is another case of a game that makes one wonder just how much developers can do with Nintendo's diminutive console. Fans of fighting games and Dragon Ball alike should look forward to picking this one up.
|Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Review via Expansive
Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 is an impressive port of a major third party title on Switch
Currently US Prices only
|Nov 28, 2017||DRAGON BALL XENOVERSE 2 TP Medal (x5000) #1||$29.99|
|Feb 28, 2018||DRAGON BALL XENOVERSE 2 TP Medal (x5000) #2||$29.99|
|Feb 28, 2018||DRAGON BALL XENOVERSE 2 - Anime Music Pack||$14.99|
|Nov 28, 2017||DRAGON BALL XENOVERSE 2 TP Medal (x2000) #1||$12.99|
|Feb 28, 2018||DRAGON BALL XENOVERSE 2 TP Medal (x2000) #2||$12.99|
|Sep 22, 2017||DRAGON BALL Super Pack 1||$9.99|
|Sep 22, 2017||DRAGON BALL Super Pack 2||$9.99|
|Sep 22, 2017||DRAGON BALL Super Pack 3||$9.99|
|Sep 22, 2017||DRAGON BALL Super Pack 4||$9.99|
|Nov 28, 2017||DRAGON BALL XENOVERSE 2 - Extra Pack 1||$9.99|
|Feb 28, 2018||DRAGON BALL XENOVERSE 2 - Extra Pack 2||$9.99|
|Nov 28, 2017||DRAGON BALL XENOVERSE 2 TP Medal (x1000) #1||$6.99|
|Feb 28, 2018||DRAGON BALL XENOVERSE 2 TP Medal (x1000) #2||$6.99|
|Nov 28, 2017||DRAGON BALL XENOVERSE 2 TP Medal (x500) #1||$3.99|
|Feb 28, 2018||DRAGON BALL XENOVERSE 2 TP Medal (x500) #2||$3.99|
|Nov 28, 2017||DRAGON BALL XENOVERSE 2 TP Medal (x200) #1||$1.99|
|Feb 28, 2018||DRAGON BALL XENOVERSE 2 TP Medal (x200) #2||$1.99|
June 30, 2018 07:30:39 PM
|I really enjoyed playing through the first game, but I also found myself unable to get back into later on. It makes me hesitant to pick up the sequel.|
June 30, 2018 02:47:04 PM
|I'm probably the only one tired of seeing Dragon Ball everywhere, huh?
June 11, 2018 06:00:37 PM
|This is a late addition to the site, but I'm glad to see it here. I enjoyed it for a few dozen hours and it was very much an RPG-like gameplay loop of leveling up, learning new moves, progressing through a story mode and sidequests, finding and buying items and equipment--but all in a condensed area rather than a large world.
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