There is only one Son Goku in Dragon Ball, yet throughout the series' history, he has embodied many different forms. Video games have attempted to keep up with the canon by including different versions of Goku, each with varying levels of "Goku-ness." Hence the debate: how many Gokus are there, really?
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Yamcha has not had the best luck in Dragon Ball. He was once a lord and a threat, but by Super his lagging power level became a gag. You wouldn't know it watching Ryota "Kazunoko" Inoue play him in Dragon Ball FighterZ, though.
Four months ago, Eduardo "HookGangGod" Hook had never entered a tournament in person. He had been shooting up the leaderboards in Persona 4 Arena and Guilty Gear for years while preferring to risk frame delays and shaky network connections. But Dragon Ball FighterZ got the self-described "online monster" to see if tournament play was worth it.
Dominique "SonicFox" McLean has won titles in a number of games, but in Dragon Ball FighterZ, he found his challenge in Goichi "Go1" Kishida. After losing to Goichi in several tournament and exhibition sets, McLean finally got his tournament win yesterday in a heated grand finals at Combo Breaker 2018.
A month ago at Wednesday Night Fights, a local weekly tournament in southern California, Dawn "Yohosie" Hosie was matched against a player who goes by RazorX. His Adult Gohan lineup was a familiar sight, but Hosie's lead-off fighter was Gotenks, who used to be one of Dragon Ball FighterZ's more obscure characters. It's a fighter that Hosie has touted from day one and together the two have shot to the forefront of the Dragon Ball scene.
The titular Dragon Balls don't see a lot of actual use in competitive Dragon Ball FighterZ, as the conditions to gather them all and summon the wish-granting dragon aren't always conducive to a player's game plan. So when the opportunity to bring out Shenron in a match presents itself, you can bet a player like Goichi "Go1" Kishida will think about taking it.
Goichi "Go1" Kishida and William Peter "Leffen" Hjelte matched up today in Dragon Ball FighterZ at the Brussels Challenge in Belgium. During the match, a quick exchange of blows reminded everyone just how good Go1 is at this game, especially on defence.
Goichi "Go1" Kishida has been dominating the Dragon Ball FighterZ scene since the game came out with a devastating lineup of Adult Gohan, Cell, and Vegeta. His success isn't really in dealing punches and kicks, though: it's that it's almost impossible to land blows on him.
The rhythm of a Versus style game like Dragon Ball FighterZ is easy enough to pick up. Players typically dance around each other in a neutral standoff, throwing out different moves and variations while avoiding or blocking the other's. Once an opening is found, a player goes in and they're on offence, executing long combo strings that will either damage the opponent or force them into full-on defence.
Two new fighters, Broly and Bardock, hit Dragon Ball FighterZ this week. Bardock comes from an appropriately named TV special, Dragon Ball Z: Bardock — The Father of Goku. Broly also hails from his own special movie named after himself, Dragon Ball Z: Broly — The Legendary Super Saiyan, as well as a few other properties.
It was only fitting that Dominique "SonicFox" McLean and Goichi "Go1" Kishida meet again in this weekend's Dragon Ball FighterZ tournament. Avoiding each other all the way until the grand finals, it was the anime legend Goichi who managed to edge out the young prodigy and cement his status at the top of the FighterZ scene.