Dragonball GT - Final Bout


Dragon Ball GT: Final Bout, known in Japan and Europe as Dragon Ball: Final Bout (ドラゴンボール ファイナルバウト, Doragon Bōru Fainaru Bauto), is a fighting game for the PlayStation. Despite the name, the game's story has no direct correlation to the anime series Dragon Ball GT, and the cast of playable characters is an equal mix of characters from Dragon Ball GT and its predecessor series Dragon Ball Z. It was developed and released by Bandai in Japan, France, Spain, and North America in 1997, making it the first North American release for a Dragon Ball video game. Reviews for the game from North American publications were largely negative.

The game is similar to other fighters, playing out entirely in two dimensions but featuring 3D environments and characters from the Z and GT series of the Dragon Ball franchise. The fighters can fly to almost any point on the playing field. Unique in the game are the special ki attacks called a Special Knockout Trick. These are the spectacular versions of the character's ki attacks the character performs at a distance. When these attacks are performed, the camera cuts and pans to the attacking character, who powers up and fires. During the attacking character's power up, the opposing character has the opportunity to either retaliate or block when the word counter flashes on the lower right hand corner of the screen. If the player chooses to retaliate, they too power up and fire a ki attack, causing a power crossfire. Whichever player presses their beam button the fastest will push their opponent's super back and force their own super to damage their opponent. Another feature which was carried over from Legends, is a technique called Meteor Smash. With a key combo, players can ignite a chain of mêlée attacks.

Device : Android / EPSXE
Emulator : Yes
Language : English
Size : 57 MB


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