Dragon Ball FighterZ Parry

Dragon Ball FighterZ is Arc System Works take on the beloved franchise and besides looking as anime fighter should it also has simple controls. Theses motions are to welcome new comers to fighting but also has depth as shown with there parry system.

“Special move inputs incredibly simple. All of them are quarter circles — you won’t find any Shoryuken motions here.”

The parry system deal with projectiles DBZ style as you smack it away showing how weak the attack is to you but that is one of the mechanics. Dragon chase is this  game dust going after the enemy once you send them flying. Below Oscar of Rice Digital talks a little bit more about the gameplay

“Snapback” moves are tied entirely to throws here too, so if you grab your opponent, and tap one of the tag buttons, it throws them out and replaces them. Hitting back to block, and then tapping the energy button lets you deflect, a sort of universal parry move that bats away attempted attacks — whether it’s energy blasts, or even slapping away your opponent’s homing. These do need to be correctly timed.”

Article:https://www.eventhubs.com/news/2017/jul/06/dragon-ball-figherz-has-snapbacks-universal-parry-maneuver-and-only-quarter-circle-special-inputs-characters-revealed-thus-far/

As always thank you for reading.

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About jcphotog

I am a gamer into fighting games perferablly such as King Of Fighters and Street Fighters. Also DMC and Ninja Gaiden as well. In recent years I have become a fan of two shooters. Fear and Resistance."
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