The first tests for Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot are online. In our test overview we summarize the ratings and conclusions of international magazines. The basis for this article was the Website metacritic.comwhich compiles the tests of the publications. Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot has received an average rating of 78 percent in eleven submitted tests for the PS4 version. The gamingbible website currently awards the highest rating.
The portal awards a rating of 90 percent and praises, for example, the "total package" of the action role-playing game. Points are deducted for the secondary missions that are repeated during the course. Hobby Consolas, on the other hand, rates 85 percent in the Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot test. The new adventure is a "gift for all Dragon Ball fans". Cocoa works very well as an open world role-playing game.
In the 3DJuegos test, Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot achieved a rating of 80 percent. Weaknesses in the playful and technical elements prevented the testers from awarding a higher rating. More reviews of the new action role-playing game can be found below these lines. The Activation of Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot took place today – the action RPG is now available on PC, PS4 and Xbox One. You will soon read our test on our website. (buy now for € 59.99)
Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot – test overview of the PS4 version
Gaming Bible – 90
While some of it feels a little dated and the side missions don't diverge as much as they could, the overall package is a deeply engrossing fresh way to experience an old staple for any Dragon Ball Z fan.
Hobby Consolas – 85
A true gift to any Dragon Ball fan that works really well as an open world ARPG. It's not without flaws, but its length and dynamics are a safe bet.
Areajugones – 85
Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot establishes itself as a must-buy for all Dragon Ball fans. Although it sometimes falls short of the mark while trying to portray each and every iconic moment in the series, it manages to offer the best representation of the anime in videogames. Also, the gameplay is frantic, fun and visually pleasant, and even though there is sometimes a lack of polish, it stands out as one of the best Dragon Ball Games ever made.
3DJuegos – 80
Dragon Ball Z Kakarot has become one of the best games in the Dragon Ball saga. It is an above average anime game, but some playable and technical elements keep it from excellence.
meristation – 80
Dragon Ball Z Kakarot explores a new way to revisit Toriyama's creation. Exploration, adventure and nostalgia shine in an Action RPG with simple combat and some repetitive missions, but with the most impressive recreation of Dragon Ball Z story in any videogame.
Gameblog.fr – 80
Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is the best way to play through the entirety of DBZ's story. No other Dragon Ball game even comes close when it comes to immersion. While imperfect (the frequent and long loading screens are a pain for example), the game is a must have for any fan who has ever dreamed of living in the Dragon World.
Everyeye.it – 75
Some playful choices that are not always coherent and shareable weaken the aura of a product that is still fun and long-lived, which fans will welcome with open arms, albeit with the awareness that the fusion between the imagery of Dragon Ball and the role- playing game has failed to perfection.
Eurogamer Italy – 70
Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is a beautiful monument to the legend of Goku and its wonderful world. But no matter how strange it sounds, it's at the same time very close and very far from being the best Dragon Ball game out there.
TheSixthAxis – 70
Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot displays unparalleled care and respect for the iconic story arcs it adapts. The original music is there, original Dragon Ball characters return, and pivotal moments are gorgeously animated. If these were stories being presented in video game format for the first time, it would be a mind-blowing experience. Unfortunately, Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot doesn't push the envelope enough to warrant sitting through the Cell Saga for the umpteenth time and seeing Frieza get obliterated yet again. If you've played a Dragon Ball Z game before, you've basically played this one.
Jeuxvideo.com – 65
In itself, nothing is really bad and if we do even find some excellent things, many elements are unfortunately average. However, we will experience a lot of pleasure in reliving all of the iconic face-to-face saga especially as the clashes are dynamic and based on an instinctive playability.
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