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Namco Bandai announces Dragon Ball Z for Kinect


12:58 PM on 04.11.2012
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Finally, everyone can become a Super Saiyan.

Namco Bandai has just announced Dragon Ball Z for Kinect on the Xbox 360. There will be over 50 playable characters with over 100 possible moves. Moves will range from punching, kicking, mimicking ki blasts, charging stances and so on. You'll even be able to do the Kamehameha move. 

Some of the characters that were shown off include Goku, Gohan, Vegeta, Krillin, Piccolo, Trunks and many more of the staple Z Warriors. Fans will be able to get their hands on QR cards that will let you unlock new characters through the Kinect, but exact details on how you'll be able to get the cards weren't revealed yet. 

Dragon Ball Z for Kinect will be out October 2012. The game is playable here at Namco Bandai's Gamers Day and you can be sure I'll be making an ass out of myself on camera for your amusement. 






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