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Xenoverse
Dragon Ball XenoVerse
Kanji ドラゴンボール ゼノバース
Rōmaji Doragon Bōru Zenobāsu
Video Game Info
Playable on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Microsoft Windows, Steam
Series XenoVerse (series)
Next Dragon Ball XenoVerse 2
Release Date(s)
Japanese February 5, 2015
English NA February 24, 2015
EU February 27, 2015
Character debut(s)
None in this game
Technique debut(s)
Tool debut(s)
None in this game


Dragon Ball XenoVerse (ドラゴンボール ゼノバース, Doragon Bōru Zenobāsu), officially shortened to Dragon Ball XV, is a game developed by Dimps and published by Bandai-Namco Games for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Microsoft Windows, and Steam. It was released on February 27, 2015 in Europe, February 24th in North America, and February 5th in Japan. It was the first Dragon Ball game released for the eighth generation console. It features an original plot as well as several elements from Dragon Ball Online and Dragon Ball Heroes.

It was followed by Dragon Ball XenoVerse 2.

Gameplay

Future Warrior Xenoverse

The player character in XenoVerse.

Dragon Ball XenoVerse returned the concept of custom character construction to the console systems. Last seen in Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi, character customization has been upgraded and players are given a whole host of new choices. Players can choose between a hero who is Saiyan, Human, Nameccian, Majin, or from Freeza's clan. Additionally, if the player chooses to be a Saiyan, Human, or a Majin, they are also given the option of a male or female character. After a species is selected, the player can then fully customize their character, including their hair, eyes, facial features, as well as the color of their skin, hair, and eyes. They are also given a range of voices to choose from for their character. Once the character is complete, the player is transported to Toki-Toki City, where the game begins.

Fighting is set in 3D destructible environments. Most stages are very large and all provide a free-roam environment, allowing the player to fight on the ground, in the air, and underwater. Depending on the characters present in any given fight, XenoVerse features dialogue between said characters, and also includes facial expressions when they cause damage or receive damage. In addition to a story unique to the game, the player can embark on Parallel Quests to obtain Zeni and other rewards. They can also train under various characters from the Dragon Ball cast—both allies and villains.

Overall, not counting downloadable content, XenoVerse contains over 200 special moves, 450 costume items, 12 master quests, 50 Parallel Quests, and 400 equipment pieces to select from.[2]

Plot Overview

Saiyan Arc

Saiyan Saga

Return of the Saiyans Saga

Freeza Arc

Ginyū Force Saga

Freeza Saga

Bū Arc

Majin Bū Saga

God Arc

Hakaishin Beerus Saga

Demon God Demigra

Extra Arc

Legendary Super Saiyan Saga

Development

Playable Characters

Character Transformation(s) Additional Outfits
Son Gokū Kaiōken (x3, x4, x20), Super Saiyan, Super Saiyan 2, Super Saiyan 3 Super Saiyan God, Super Saiyan 4
Son Gohan Super Saiyan, Super Saiyan 2, Potential Unleashed, Villainous Mode Playable as Kid, Teen, and Adult
Son Goten Super Saiyan
Vegeta Super Vegeta*, Super Vegeta 2*, Villainous Mode Playable as Scouter and Super Saiyan 4 (Pre-order bonus)
Trunks (Future) Super Saiyan, Villainous Mode Playable as Time Patrol Trunks
Trunks (Kid) Super Saiyan
Kulilin Kaiōken
Yamcha Kaiōken
Tenshinhan
Gotenks Super Saiyan, Super Saiyan 3, Villainous Mode
Vegetto Super Saiyan
Gogeta Super Saiyan 4
Mr. Satan
Videl Playable as Great Saiyaman 2
Bardock Super Saiyan
Raditz
Nappa
Saibamen Playable as Caiwareman, Kyuukonman, Copyman, Tennenman, and Jinkouman
Appule
Gurd
Reacoom
Butta
Jheece
Captain Ginyu Playable in Gokū's body
Freeza Third Transformation, Villainous Mode Playable as Full Power
Cell Perfect Form, Villainous Mode Playable as Full Power
Cell Junior
Android 17
Android 18
Majin Bū (Good)
Majin Bū (Evil)
Majin Bū (Pure) Villainous Mode
Broly Legendary Super Saiyan, Villainous Mode
Beerus
Whis
Super 17
Omega Shenron

* Super Vegeta 1 and 2 are simply Vegeta's version of the regular Super Saiyan and Super Saiyan 2 transformations. The only difference is a focus on energy, whereas the regular Super Saiyan transformation increases strike-based attacks.

Story-only Characters

Downloadable Content

Three packs of downloadable content were announced shortly after the game's release. Players have the option of buying a Season Pass to obtain all three, or purchasing each individually.[3] In addition, to celebrate the release of Dragon Ball Z: Revival of "F", a free movie pack was released containing costumes from the movie. The downloadable content packs are:

GT Pack 1

GT Pack 1 was released on March 17, 2015.[4] It contains:

  • Three playable characters:
    1. Son Gokū (GT)
    2. Pan
    3. Trunks (GT)
  • The GT Saga — First Half, four missions in all
  • Twelve Parallel Quests
  • Two masters:
  • Fifteen special moves
  • Five costumes
  • Three accessories
  • Nine Z-Souls

GT Pack 2

GT Pack 2 was released on April 14, 2015.[4] It contains:

  • Four playable characters:
    1. Eis Shenron
    2. Nuova Shenron
    3. Towa
    4. Mira
  • The GT Saga — Second Half, three missions in all
  • Three Parallel Quests
  • One master:
    • Pan
  • Twenty-two special moves
  • Five costumes
  • Six Z-Souls

Movie Costume Pack

Movie Costume Pack was released on May 5, 2015.[5] It contains:

DLC Pack 3

DLC Pack 3 was released on June 9, 2015.[6] It contained:

  • Four playable characters:
    1. Golden Freeza
    2. Jaco
    3. Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan Son Gokū
    4. Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan Vegeta
  • The Resurrection F, unknown number of missions
  • Five Parallel Quests
  • Two masters:
  • Two costumes:
    1. Turtle Hermit’s Aloha Shirt
    2. Gohan's Jersey
  • Two accessories:
    1. Tagoma's scouter
    2. Turtle Hermit Set
  • Seven Z-Souls

Masters

Bosses

Saiyan Saga

Return of the Saiyans Saga

Ginyu Force Saga

Freeza Saga

Cell Saga

Android Saga

Majin Bū Saga

God of Destruction Beerus Saga

Demon God Demigra Saga

Legendary Super Saiyan Saga

GT Saga — First Half (DLC only)

GT Saga — Second Half (DLC only)

Enemies

Aside from bosses in story mode, there are other enemies that can be fought in the story.

Playable Stages

Reception

Trivia

  • "XV" is the Roman Numeral for "15". Dragon Ball XenoVerse is both the 15th Dragon Ball fighting game released on home consoles, and was released in 2015.
  • "Xenoverse" is Greek for "uncharted territory", fitting the time-traveling nature of the game.
First World Tournament Championship

The First World Tournament Winners theme.

  • After the 'World Tournament' feature became usable for online matches, XenoVerse gained its own PlayStation 4 Theme: First World Tournament Winners. The theme contains official art of the character models for the Europe, North American, and Japanese championships.

References

  1. Official Website
  2. Dragon Ball Xenoverse Character Number And Skill Details Leaked In Online Posting For Guidebook by Matthew Buzzi
  3. Dragon Ball Xenoverse Season Pass Includes These DLC Packs by Ryan Winslett
  4. 4.0 4.1 Dragon Ball Xenoverse DLC Gets Official Release Dates
  5. Dragon Ball Xenoverse: Free Movie Costume DLC Pack (EU/America)
  6. Third And Final 'Dragon Ball Xenoverse' DLC Scheduled For Release

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