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Super Public Event Honoring the History of DBZ Games and Celebrating the Launch of Dragon Ball FighterZ

I remember my first exposure to Dragon Ball Z…. A friend at school wanted to sketch a Freezer on my shirt. Whereas other friends left messages, jokes and crude outlines of body parts, this friend wanted to sketch a kitchen appliance. It wasn’t until he had done, I am pretty sure I just left him with the shirt as it was taking so long, that I discovered he meant Frieza.

Back in Black

Now we have been down my memory lane, why not take your own trip to a very rare event? You and other gaming fans are welcome to play some of the most popular Dragon Ball Z video games on retro consoles such as; Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 3 to Dragon Ball Z Super Butoden plus loads more! Visitors can also get a taste of the latest instalment in the Dragon Ball Z series with Dragon Ball FighterZ available to play.

There are also tournaments taking place for Dragon Ball FighterZ. You can hone your skills during the Open Beta starting on January 14th. More details below.

Session Start Date/Time (GMT) End Date/Time (GMT)
Only Pre-Order users access gameplay Saturday 13th at 08:00 Sunday 14th at 07:59
All Users can access gameplay Sunday 14th at 08:00 Tuesday 16th at 08:00
You Know What I am Saiyan?

Full details on the event, including the public invite – which is worth printing out just for the artwork alone! – is below. If you go to the event, feel free to tag TiX or Bandai Namco on Twitter, and don’t forget to include #DBFZLaunchParty!

Dates: 26 January 2018

Address: Under the Bridge, Stamford Bridge, Fulham Road, London, SW6 1HS

Opening Times:
12PM – 10PM
Tournament – Check-in at 4PM

Ticket Price: FREE

Register for a ticket here

*Early registrants will receive an exclusive DBFZ T-Shirt

Restrictions: Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult. Those under 18 will not be served alcohol. ID must be presented upon request.

Dragon Ball Z: Budokai HD Collection Review

How do you review a high definition version of a game released for a previous generation of console? Usually, you go for nostalgia factor and how much the addition of online multiplayer adds to the fun of your once cherished game. With the Dragon Ball Z: Budokai HD Collection, only the nostalgia factor counts, as this for a fighting game of the most deserving genre of any classic game to receive online multiplayer has nothing of the sort! Continue reading Dragon Ball Z: Budokai HD Collection Review