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Dragon Ball: The Breakers

Dimps Corporation, Bandai Namco Games
Oct 14, 2022 - Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PC

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5 / 10
PC Gamer
55 / 100
4 / 10
5.5 / 10
Hobby Consolas
60 / 100
IGN Italy
5 / 10
Game Rant
2.5 / 5
Windows Central
3 / 5
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Critic Reviews for Dragon Ball: The Breakers

Dragon Ball: The Breakers starts with a great idea, but doesn't live up to it, as loose controls, a bad camera, and live-service gacha mechanics more fitting of a free-to-play title remove a lot of the fun from the initial concept.

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Dragon Ball: The Breakers is the latest game to cash in on the cat-and-mouse multiplayer boom. Unfortunately, it does so without any of the mechanical depth that makes those games great.

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Dragon Ball: The Breakers is broken. In their efforts to slap a Dragon Ball coat of paint onto the world of asymmetrical horror-multiplayer action, Bandai Namco has failed to put any care or consideration into the gameplay mechanics that make games like these so fun and enjoyable. Mixed with matchmaking issues and egregious paid gacha mechanics, this is a poor attempt at live-service multiplayer hidden behind the veil of 90s anime nostalgia.

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Dragon Ball: The Breakers aims to offer a different experience that simply does not just curdle. Not so much because of the concept, which surely already throws back more than one Dragon Ball fan, but because the execution itself leaves something to be desired. Both at the level of game balance and even something as basic as player matchmaking, this bet simply falls very short.

Review in Spanish | Read full review

A game a priori promising, with fresh ideas in the Dragon Ball panorama. The fact of being able to handle characters like Bulma and Oolong is already an excuse to play a game, but after living the game experience becomes monotonous due to the scarcity of content. In addition, it still drags problems of the BETA and oozes aroma of F2P (but paid).

Review in Spanish | Read full review

Dragon Ball: The Breakers comes from an interesting and nice basic idea, but every aspect of the game is insufficient, if not disastrous, even if you are a long-lasting fan of Dragon Ball.

Review in Italian | Read full review

Dragon Ball: The Breakers is a genius idea on paper and can be fun at times, but the execution leaves a lot to be desired.

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On the surface, Dragon Ball: The Breakers is a homely spinoff with confusing controls and an apparent lack of budget. However, the more I play, the more I adore its fascinating ideas and glowing peculiarities. In spite of its notable shortcomings, this asymmetrical multiplayer title commits to outlandish gameplay mechanics and delivers a charming, absorbing Dragon Ball experience unlike any other.

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