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*Dearly Beloved intensifies*
I really don't want that to be the case. Not that I don't like Epic Mickey, but it's an IP that'd I see getting a remaster, not a full blown remake/reboot. An older classic would be more deserving.My heart wants it to be Kingdom Hearts, but my mind says it's gonna be Epic Mickey.
While rather standard for video game trademarks nowadays, it should be noted that the trademark also covers mobile game purposes, meaning that this could be a possible option.
Production of hardware is done in China, not Japan. Nintendo is fine.
thanks! I might give it a tryOn the Switch or in general?
I played it on PS4 and liked it. I'd say it depends on what you expect from a Dragonball game - it doesn't do anything vastly different from other entries. You basically play the same story as everytime (with some nice little tweak here and there), the combat is decent (not too deep, but also not super flat), the graphics look fine, the music is good. Ah, I also liked the new characters, the supreme Kai of time is pretty cute and derpy and I like her. I liked the customisation options - not only that you can pick a race, but that every race plays a little different.
What I probably enjoyed most about the game were little things outside of the main story. For example, you can decide who you side with in some instances which leads to some enjoyable dialogue, there are a lot of teachers (I trained under every one of them because I liked the dialogue it offered), there's a ton of missions, clothes, collectibles, you can basically play a lot or just a little, as you wish. I haven't tried any of the DLCs though, so I can't speak about them, but Xenoverse 2 is basically a big upgrade from Xenoverse 1 (if you played that).
So, overall, I'd say - yes, give it a try, it won't blow you away (Dragonball games hardly ever do that), but you'll have a solid, fun adventure with a lot to do.
They're obvious saving the big guns for E3. Even though the E3 showfloor itself won't happen, each company will still be doing online presentations this year as far as I can tell.After 6 months of no general direct, we get a mini direct:
Actually kind of neat to see Clubhouse Games back. Still no KH or 1st 6 FF yet.