AU New Releases: Dragon Ball XenoVerse Ki Blasts on to Multiple Platforms
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Dragon Ball XenoVerse kaioken attacks on to multiple platforms at Australian retailers this week. The game will launch on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One on February 26. A PC version will be released on February 27.
Xenoverse was originally scheduled to launch earlier, but according to publisher Bandai Namco the game was delayed to "ensure the highest possible gameplay experience" for players. Xenoverse is developed by Dimps, who also worked on the Dragon Ball Z: Budokai series and co-developed Street Fighter IV. Xenoverse will feature a custom character creator, with players able to choose from a variety of races including Saiyans, Namekians, Earthlings, and Majins.
The story in Xenoverse centres on that of a malevolent force who is messing with time, changing the outcome of events in the past. With the help of Trunks, the player must step into the series' history and correct the timeline back to what it originally was.
If you prefer to go further back in time, Dynasty Warriors 8 Empires will launch for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 this week. The game will feature 83 warriors to choose from and new customisation options, should you want to create your own original warrior.
For those who haven't picked up Dying Light digitally, the game is available at retailers this week. An open-world survival game, Dying Light contains elements of parkour and is set in a zombie-infested city. The game was praised in GameSpot's review for its movement and combat, but criticized for poorly designed missions. For more details on games out this week, check the list below.
February 24, 2015
Dynasty Warriors 8 Empires (PS4, Xbox One)
February 25, 2015
February 26, 2015
Dragon Ball XenoVerse (PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360)
February 27, 2015
Dying Light (PS4, Xbox One, PC)
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