Dragon Ball FighterZ roundup: Health regeneration statistics, Beerus combos, basic team-building guide, and more!

By on February 1, 2018 at 1:30 pm
DBFZ Beerus

It’s probably no surprise that a game like Dragon Ball FighterZ continues to pour a deluge of new content to our inbox, at a much greater rate then nearly any other game release we’ve seen. Much like the game it clearly draws inspiration from (Marvel vs. Capcom 2), DBFZ is a sandbox of combo possibilities and nuanced system mechanics. That it’s for one of the most beloved, nostalgic franchises of all-time probably doesn’t hurt, either.

Let’s check out what the FGC cooked up today!

superscience890 breaks down the health regeneration properties of DBFZ.

Persona Entertainment brings their first combo videos to the list with their Vegeta and Goku Black videos.

rooflemonger has two guides for us today: tips and tricks for Android 21, and a team-building guide for beginners.

Peter Souvannarath breaks down the various properties of the Sparking Blast comeback mechanic.

Speaking of Sparking, here’s an example of what it can do for you: Tien’s “touch of death” courtesy of KOG Productions.

Love Android 18? If you want to learn her Robotic ways, FightersLegend‘s video is a great primer. Once you have an understanding of how she (And her pseudo-assist, 17!) works, check out Glideadon‘s Snapback setup!

And closing us out is Y. Xiao. Beerus has been one of the least-submitted characters here at SRK and, based off what I’ve seen both here and beyond, I’m not sure why. He has big damage, wild okizeme, and the most smug face this side of West City. If you want a sneak peek on what a God of Destruction brings to DBFZ, this is a great place to look:

As always, if you see anything worth sharing, let us know by submitting a tip for our next roundup. Thanks everyone!

Sources: superscience890Persona EntertainmentrooflemongerPeter SouvannarathFightersLegendGlideadonY. XiaoKOG Productions

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