Dragon Ball Legends is a video game based on the Dragon Ball manganime, in which you become some of the most iconic characters from Akira Toriyama's work and participate in spectacular 3D battles. The battles take place in real time, so you're able to directly control your character when moving, attacking, or dodging. However, the actions are also determined by a series of cards with energy , which adds a strategic factor to the battles. In Dragon Ball legends, you can fight online players from all over the world. And as you beat challenges, you can unlock new famous fighters such as Goku, Vegeta or Trunks, although there's also a never before seen character created just for the game, with a new plot arc designed by Toriyama himself. Dragon Ball Legends is a great fighting game that borrows many features from the desktop releases, such as the great character design and animations, and gameplay with a close-up third person perspective.
The top 15 Android games released in the first half of 2018 With 2018 halfway over, now's as good a time as any to look back and highlight the best games that have been released on the Android platform so far this year. From titles that we'd been waiting for for months, to rarities that gave us pleasant surprises, the collection of apps that have been released in the last six months has been commendable, to say the least. Read on to find some of the best games we've seen so far this year. Read more
Dragon Ball Legends will be the first to use new Google technology It should come as no surprise to anyone that the Dragon Ball brand is still so popular even in 2018. With the latest episode bringing people together to watch it in stadiums and public squares and the announcement of a new movie coming out at the end of this year, it's understandable that the owners of the brand's license would want to take full advantage of its success. Thus, we have Dragon Ball Legends, a new game for Android and iOS set to come out later this year, focused on online team-based combats between users all over the world. And best of all, it's backed by the new Spanner technology from Google Cloud that will allow for a much faster connection speed than current standards provide. Read more
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