Dragon Ball FighterZ roundup: tips, tricks, touches of death, and even more combos

By on February 7, 2018 at 12:00 pm
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The deluge of videos and content for Dragon Ball FighterZ continues!

One of the most prolific creators out there is Clayton “Final Showdown” Chapman, who was exploring the game even before it hit stores. First up is this video going over some important metagame concepts players may need to learn, including reversal deflects.

Moving on to more traditional combo videos, we have one here exploring Teen Gohan’s potential maximum damage.

Next is a video for Trunks, that’s actually a continuation of a previous video that we already shared.

Finally, we have a couple of videos for Goku. The first focuses on his Super Saiyan Blue form.

The second focuses on his “regular” Super Saiyan self, this time exploring the maximum amount of damage he can do — with some optimization.

Moving away from combo videos, we have rooflemonger — who’s put out a tutorial video teaching how players should approach defense in the game.

In addition to this, he’s shared a video with some more tips for players learning the game.

Meanwhile, LGRXHL demonstrates how Goku can cancel his crouching S attack (the upward ki blast) into a Super Dash as a way to start anti-air combos.

Moving back to combo videos, Brian Kasugano has a new and extensive combo video featuring stuff for SSJ Vegeta, Krillin, Frieza, Ginyu, SSGSS Goku, and Piccolo.

YMB 9 Shinzou on the other hand focuses on our lord Yamcha, showing off some interesting resets and mix-ups for him.

We end this round up with a couple of “touch of death” combos. The first one from Ian Brock focuses on a team of three Gokus, demonstrating a touch of death combo with Super Saiyan Blue Goku on point.

Meanwhile, Bubby’s combo features the unlikely pair of Trunks and Android 18.

Sources: Final ShowdownrooflemongerLGRXHLBrian KasuganoYMB 9 ShinzouIan BrockBubby

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