5 Dragon Ball Characters Who Should Be DLC for Dragon Ball FighterZ

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Dragon Ball FighterZ was recently released, and critics as well as fans agree that it's spectacular. It's already contender for best fighting game of 2018 and easily the best DBZ game to come out in years. But, knowing DBZ's large cast of characters, there's no way that developer Arc System Works was able to put everyone's favorite side character/movie villain in the final product. So, like many other devs, ASW will obviously listen to fan feedback to decide which characters to bring out in the form of DLC. 

As a fan of both the show and FighterZ, here's just a few characters that I personally would love to see ASW add in at a later date. If you have a character you want to see that's not here, leave a comment below. With that said, let's begin.

Jiren the Grey

For all those that haven't been keeping up with Dragon Ball Super online, just know that Goku and the Z-Fighter are competing in a tournament to keep their Universe alive, and they have their hands full with Jiren, an opponent that easily took Goku on and beat him in a one-on-one duel. His power is said to nearly rival the mighty Beerus, and it's taking Goku and Vegeta working together to stand a chance. 

He's become a fan favorite antagonist, and it will be interesting to see how the alien who defeated a Super Saiyan Blue (even with Kaioken 20X) would play in this latest DBZ epic.

Caulifia

The first female Saiyan that can turn Super Saiyan, Caulifia has already won fans' hearts with her cocky attitude and tomboy spirit. She might not have as many signature moves as Goku and the gang, but her Crush Cannon is something to watch out for. Cross your fingers for her to get a chance in the spotlight for FighterZ. Just check her out and see for yourself:

Broly

The most recognized and popular of all of DBZ's movie villains, Broly is one of the most powerful opponents Goku and gang have ever faced. Sure, he's not the deepest villain, but he's basically the DBZ version of the Hulk: the madder he gets, the stronger he becomes. From his powerful Eraser Cannon energy blasts to his energy shield he uses as a weapon to rush towards his opponents, there's a reason why Broly is the Legendary Super Saiyan and got his own trilogy of films. 

Master Roshi

The pervy, old sage that taught Goku and Krillin everything they know about martial arts deserves a spot on the FighterZ rooster. He's shown to be able to stand up against Frieza's forces and held his own for a while in the Universe Survival Saga in Super, so he can still go toe-to-toe with these super power combatants. He may be old and a human, but he's still got a trick or two up his sleeves ... and a dirty magazine too.  

Vegito

When Goku and Vegeta's powers aren't enough to get the job done and they have no choice, the two will use the power of the Potara earrings to fuse and become Vegito, a super cocky warrior who possesses Goku and Vegeta's powers, plus some more. Along with the Kamehameha wave, Big Bang Attack, and the ability to go both Super Saiyan and Super Saiyan Blue, Vegito also has his mighty Spirit Sword and the powerful Final Kamehameha attack at his disposal. No questions needed as to why this fused warrior needs to be in this game. 

 

Published Jan. 26th 2018

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Joseph is an aspiring Game Journalist that hopes to get a job reviewing and reporting on Video Games.


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