Dragon Ball: Project Z Reveal Trailer Leaves Me Totally Underwhelmed

Bandai Namco teased the release of a brand new Dragon Ball game a few weeks ago. A mysterious new Action RPG only going by the name Project Z. And with all eyes on the Dragon Ball FighterZ World Tour Finals this past weekend, there was no better time for them to put out a reveal trailer. So far, whatever Bandai Namco and CyberConnect2 have got cooking up, it’s not doing a whole lot for me.

Dragon Ball: Project Z Reveal Trailer Leaves Me Totally Underwhelmed

The main issue I have with what they’ve revealed thus far is that it lacks any substance, any real hook or selling point to make it stand out from games like Xenoverse 2 and Fighterz, games they, themselves name drop in this trailer.

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What’s going on for the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe?

We’re living the dream. By we, I mean the nerds who grew up reading comics and being the stereotypical unpopular kids. And by dream, I mean it’s a time where characters like Doctor Strange, Ant-Man and god damn Rocket Racoon are showing up in well made, popular mainstream movie franchises.

What's going on for the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe?

And as overwhelming as it can feel for some of us. This train that seems to keep gaining speed with no sight in end, so much so that it will either result in a huge fireball or the train passing through dimensional barrier, transcending known genre and entering a new plain of existence…  Erm. I’m saying super hero movies aren’t going anywhere for a while.

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Super Smash Bros. World of Light is a great idea that gets old quick

The past month has been a whirlwind of activity for me, parts of which have been me snatching time to play the new Super Smash Bros. Over the years, the series has been a lot of different things to different people. That has changed, even for me. Smash used to be a party game, something to play in groups with my friends and not take too seriously.

Super Smash Bros. World of Light is a great idea that gets old quick

Now, it’s become more of a single player experience for me, something the previous iteration of the game never really catered to. Smash Ultimate on the other hand feels like a game that provides a lot to the lone player such as myself who doesn’t care about playing online. Most of that comes through in the game’s adventure mode: World of Light.

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