Dragon Ball Z Kinect Video Preview from E3

Posted by Dawn Bryant
Tags: Dragon Ball, Videos, Xbox 360,

The guys at gameinformer caught up with the Localization Producer for Dragon Ball Z Kinect, Brandon Williams, at the 2012 Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3). Williams gives a fantastic preview of the game, detailing some of the moves, menus, mechanics, and features of the game. Check out the Dragon Ball Z Kinect video preview below!

Dragon Ball Z Kinect (officially known as Dragon Ball Z for Kinect) is in development by Spike Chunsoft. It will feature over 50 playable characters and put players in a first person scenario as they act like the heroes and villains they love from the Dragon Ball Z series thanks to Microsoft’s Kinect. The game will be published in North America and Europe by Namco Bandai Games October 2012 for the Microsoft Xbox 360.

  • xavierad2009

    lol they look like they are having fun! =P

  • narutobleachop

    ya this video does make the game look fun. if they put in online multiplayer i will get it.

  • Mister Kring

    Is “Kinecting” everything a fad in the world of Xbox 360 right now, I have yet to play a good Kinect game, yet the PlayStation Move I have played quite few good/funny games (Kung-Fu Rider, Time Crisis: Razing Storm, Sorcery, House of Dead: Overkill). Hope this will be alright though, I like Dragon Ball so come on Spike Chunsoft…

  • Jmenyfield

     That’s because it’s easier to make games for the Playstation Move than the Xbox 360 Kinect because the move uses controllers that are compatible with motion controls when with the kinect, you are the controller. It’s surprising enough that something like the kinect was made in the first place. If Microsoft doesn’t constantly try to improve the Kinect then it will never become any good. If you’re looking for some good Kinect games, Kinect sports, dance central, fruit ninja, and power up heroes are the way to go!

  • Jmenyfield

     I believe that they already said that this game won’t have either online or local multiplayer. The only reason to get this game is if you have a lot of family members over.

  • Mister Kring

    Played Kinect Sports and Fruit Ninja, didn’t like them, maybe it’s just my obsession with controllers over motion controllers, I’ve never liked the idea of motion controls, that’s why I only play Wii games which are Virtual Controller compatible so I can use my GameCube Controller to play them, if Kinect released a good shooter or RPG I think I could get into that but for now like the 3DS (exception to One Piece: Unlimited Cruise SP) I will divert my attention until I see it fit to grasp (man I’m reading to much Berserk).

  • Jmenyfield

     Mass Effect 3 is connect compatible and it’s both a shooter and an RPG, but that’s as good as it gets right now. As I’ve said before right now it’s difficult to make the kinect compatible with your body so we won’t see things like shooters completely devoted to the kinect for a while. I prefer controllers over motion controls as well, but motion controls add a lot of fun to a family party.

  • ssjbardock13

    SWEET, I can’t wait to play it XD

  • NinjaNeko

    Looks tight. I’ll get it when the price lowers down a bit.

  • Saiyan

    The concept of a Dragonball Z game with Kinect being at the core of it’s gameplay system is just baffling.

    People look retarded playing this game, that nigga has a big ass nose, and the fighting on screen itself looks pretty shit. Chances are that the little flow that this game has will frequently be disturbed by retards frantically moving around trying to throw something that looks like a punch and a kick.

    The only thing this game has going for it is the abundant number for dipshit fans who can’t recognise a shit game and the graphics. But then again graphics don’t make the game. 

    This is basically a retarded version of UT. 

    And just so you know, I ain’t even hatin.