Will Fighter Z Save Dragon Ball Fighting Game Franchise?

While Dragon Ball FighterZ is the most anticipated anime fighting game in 2018. Dragon Ball fighting game has been salty lately. Last Dragon Ball games was Extreme Butoden on Nintendo 3DS. Before Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 was an average game. Folks who don’t know what Dragon Ball series about here is a summary. Dragon Ball resolves about a boy named Goku who is a Saiyan from another planet. Goku meets characters such as teenage girl named Bulma, a monk named Krillin and others along the way. During Goku’s adventure he and his friend search for seven Dragon Balls which grant you three wishes.

What is Dragon Ball series?

Various villains get in the way of Goku on his journey, willing to become stronger and willing to save planet earth. Dragon Ball series is created by Akira Toriyama who created characters for Dragon Quest and Chrono Trigger. Also worked on Dr. Slump, Go! Go Ackman and Jaco the Galactic Patrolman. Dragon Ball is the most well-known franchise in the world today and continued to grow for decades. As a fan of Dragon Ball franchise I am happy to grow up with it. Character developments, battles and story arcs what made the series great.

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EVO Japanese Player Daigo “The Beast” Umehara Is Getting a Manga

For fans of EVO and manga, you will know Daigo  “The Beast” Umehara is getting a manga.  The manga is called Daigo the Beast and it tell about his early career as a Japanese Arcade fighting games. If you don’t know who Daigo Umehara is, there is a backstory. Daigo has been going to Japanese arcade center at the age of 10. Daigo first two fighting games he played was Street Fighter II and Fatal Fury: King of Fighters. Daigo challenge other player due to the limited time that he could stay at the arcade. In 13 years of age, Daigo picked up Vampire Hunter and earn a 286 win steak record before Akihabara Sega game center closing. Umehara join his first tournament when he entered GAMEST Cup’s national Vampire Hunter tournament in 1995, when he defeated Nuki in the  finals. Daigo participated in Capcom’s official Street Fighter Zero 3 national tournament at the age of 17 in 1998. Daigo face off against Nuki and Alex Valle, then was crowned the winner of the of the U.S. national Street Fighter Alpha 3 tournament.

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