The popular Dragon Ball series has been good for a large library of videogames inspired on it ever since the late 80’s. Dragon Ball games have come in many varieties and of all genres, but as is to be expected from a series based on martial arts, the lion’s share have been fighting games. Dragon Ball Fighterz is the newest one on the list looking to breathe new life in the formula, and it’s just so happens to be it might.
After a succesful trilogy where players followed the adventures of Commander Shepard, Mass Effect Andromeda takes players to a totally new galaxy. We make a fresh start as Pathfinder Ryder, a human tasked with charting the planets of the newly discovered Heleus Cluster in order to plan out how the fresh colonists are going to form new civilizations in a whole different part of the universe. Ryder arrives in a space ark, where thousands of volunteers have been sleeping in cryo-stasis for over 600 years, and reaches the only outpost yet established by space travelers from the Milky Way – The Nexus. After an eventful first impression of the new galaxy – and one with a less than ideal outcome – you become are tasked with finding new planets to inhabit for the people that wish to start a new home in Andromeda.