Hey there. We’ve got a fairly-new game we’d love to share with you. Dragon Ball The Breakers.
First of all, we do love a good survival game. And secondly, we’re huge fans of the Dragon Ball franchise.
We even devoted a couple of great articles about the Dragon Ball franchise. Yes. We had nice feedback on the franchise itself with our Digimon Survive game. Check it out here. And we even had a list of the great Dragon Ball fights. An article that was inspired by Dragon Ball FighterZ. You can read it here.
But for now, we’re gonna focus on Dragon Ball The Breakers. More specifically on the three main villains. Cell , Frieza and Buu. However, before we could go any further with this article, it’s best to give you a nice glimpse of the game itself.
What’s Dragon Ball The Breakers All About You Might Ask?
Developed by Di9mps and published by Bandai Namco US, DRAGON BALL: THE BREAKERS is the newest action/adventure game for the patient fans of the franchise. And for everyone that loves a good Dragon Ball video game.
DRAGON BALL: THE BREAKERS is an online asymmetrical action game in which a team of 7 ordinary citizens tries to survive the Raider (a classic DRAGON BALL rival such as Cell, Frieza, and Buu), who will hunt them down and evolve during the game into an unstoppable force. Escaping won’t be so easy!
• Escape as a team… or on your own!
Cooperate with others while there is still time, but the Raider or other Survivors’ decisions might force you to go at it alone. What will be your playstyle?
• Trapped in a Temporal Seam
Escape from large maps composed of several areas, but be careful; the Raider always watches over you and may destroy areas to reduce the space at your disposal, making your chances of escaping much slimmer.
• Enjoy playing as a Raider: an iconic Dragon Ball rival!
As a Raider, you will enjoy overwhelming powers to hunt and wipe out Survivors. Master each Raider’s unique abilities to track, catch your victims to evolve, and become even more powerful!
• Customize your playstyle
Whether you’re a Raider or a Survivor, choose your progression path and unlock skills, skins, and items to fine-tune your own personal strategy to escape as a Survivor or triumph as a Raider.
Dragon Ball The Breakers is available for purchase here at IndieGala. So is the DRAGON BALL: THE BREAKERS Special Edition, which you can purchase here. Get it for yourself (or your loved ones). Get it here.
And if you’re more into the older Dragon Ball games, don’t despair. Dragon Ball FighterZ is also available for purchase here. And so is Digimon Survive here. Well, we can’t simply forget about Dragon Ball Kakarot. You can also get it here at IndieGala. You’re welcome. And now, back to the topic at hand. The three main baddies of The Breakers. What’s so special about them? Scroll down to find out more.
And What Are Some Of The Steam Comments Saying About Dragon Ball The Breakers?
- Is fun and it’s perfect with friends, says Doffney in the Steam comment about the game.
- While Lucid adds: Highly recommend if you like Dragon Ball.
But for now… Let’s meet Dragon Ball The Breakers: Meet Cell, Frieza and Buu.
Cell: The Perfect Warrior?
It seems to be. Cell is the main villain of the Cell saga. And the ultimate creation of Dr. Gero, designed to have all the abilities of the greatest fighters to have ever inhabited or visited Earth. He’s also the ultimate creation of Dr. Gero, designed via cell recombination using the genetics of the greatest fighters that the remote tracking device could find on Earth. The result is a thing called „perfect warrior “, according to multiple sources. It has numerous favorable genetic traits and special abilities from Goku, Vegeta, Piccolo, Frieza and King Cold. But when it comes to his personality, he’s a bit different. He’s arrogant sure. But at the same time, he’s very cautious, sneaky, cunning, and knowledgeable. Not to mention calculating in achieving his main goal of perfection. However, Cell’s overall personality changes drastically with each transformation, and that’s what makes him such a fascinating character.
Fun fact: Cell was named after the English word for “cell” because he absorbs Earthlings and transforms.
Frieza: As Iconic As It Gets?
Yes. It. Is. It’s such an iconic villain in the Dragon Ball universe. And it’s not just the appearance that sparks interest. It’s also the modus operandi of Frieza. What is it you might ask? Well, Frieza lights a spark of energy on his index finger. Once enough energy is gathered, this spark may grow to the size of a small moon and is thrown towards the target. But yeah. Despite not appearing until the manga’s second half, Frieza is considered to be the most iconic villain from the Dragon Ball franchise. He effectively catalyzed many of the events depicted in the story, due to the destruction of the Saiyan homeworld Planet Vegeta at his hands.
Fun fact: The character’s name is a pun on a freezer. And because of this, his minions and the members of the Ginyu Force are named after fruits and dairy products. You know… Items one would normally put in a refrigerator.
Majin Buu: The Gennie-Like Baddie
Buu for short is first introduced in chapter #460 “Majin Boo Appears?!”. A manga was first published in Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine on March 1, 1994. But in a nutshell, he is a genie-like magical life form. Awoken by the evil warlock Bibidi that terrorized galaxies by destroying entire planets, millions of years before the events of Dragon Ball take place.
Being the final villain faced by the protagonists in the original Dragon Ball series, and the franchise at the time, Buu is the most powerful of them all, possessing vast superhuman strength, speed and reflexes beyond comprehension. Majin Buu can fly at high speeds, is superhumanly strong and durable, can manipulate pink Ki Energy in many different forms, and has a completely elastic body. Buu’s pink Ki is extremely destructive capabilities, able to easily destroy large planets with minimal effort. Along with being malleable, Buu’s body can regenerate on a vast molecular scale. And here’s the fun part about it.
Fun fact: Buu is the only one of the four major villains who did not have a tail.
Tell Us About Your Dragon Ball The Breakers Impression
We sure wanna know. Let us know who’s your favorite Dragon Ball villain. We’d love to know all about it too.