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If we could get 600 LIKE’s or be thoughtful to give feedback that would awesome and you guys are awesome! So here it is guys my analysis video on Dragon Ball Xenoverse, today we’re gonna be talking about Japan Expo 2014’s gameplay demonstration along with a brief analysis on the transformations that are gonna be used in this game. 1st off I would like to point out that this video will not go into to detail or draw a conclusion over the game’s gameplay since this isn’t the finalized product. Dragon Ball Xenoverse is still in it’s early development stages meaning that this is an early build and DIMPS still has time for refinement and optimization. Now the 1st thing that I noticed right off the bat at the showcasing of Dragon Ball Xenoverse was that the video game testers didn’t seem to be playing on the next generation consoles. When I zoomed in on the footage I noticed that they were using last generation controllers that being the Playstation 3 controller. I’m not sure if this was a controller of preference or if they were uncomfortable playing on the PS4 or Xbox One controller. All I can say is that this doesn’t take anything away from the overall visual representation of Xenoverse, this is still an early build of the game.

So there’s more news regarding the mystery man featured in the new Dragon Ball Xenoverse video game, could this be Super Saiyan God Gohan?! Also what do you guys think of Dimps including Dragon Ball Online’s Time Patrol Trunks in this game. Lemme know in the comments section below and also don’t forget to “LIKE” or “DISLIKE” the video for it inspires me to make more videos for you guys and come up with more analogies to keep you updated in a timely manner.

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