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Dragon Balls Wishes in Dragonball Z Kakarot

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The Dragon Balls and Wishes


Making a Wish in Dragonball Z Kakarot, but...

Okay, out the starting gate, these wishes suck! I finally got to a place in the game where I can start trying to hunt down these wish-granting objects of indescribable power. However, I have gotten to a point where I was at once excited to be able to get the Dragon Balls.

But, from what I've seen so far the wishes are NOTHING like I expected. You know, when you watch the television series, it makes you really look forward to doing the same exact thing in the games.

To date, the only Dragonball Z game to get this right and make it worth your while to boot, Dragonball Z Budokai Tenkaichi 3 on PS2. When you get the Dragon Balls, you can wish for anything and everything like adding Future Gohan to the playable character roster. A big plus in my opinion.

That's a game that made you work for it and you could play the campaign knowing that when you collected the Dragon Balls, you knew what awaited you. So now, we come back here to the present day and you look at these wishes, if they can so be called that, what the fuck were these guys thinking?

Looking at these wishes, I feel like the game devs just gave all of us a big middle finger saying "you got your game, work it out ha, ha, ha". Fuckin' dicks! I want it to go on the record that while Dragonball Z Kakarot did shape up to be an above awesome game, the Dragon Ball aspect sorely lacked.

I mean, what these guys couldn't be bothered to do better about the most signature, basic and overall greatest aspect of the Dragonball Z-verse. Personally, I can't help but to be a little offended by these wishes. I mean, hell, only two possibly three are worth a damn.

As far as the wishes themselves, there is no reason for the game devs to be this lazy. Bring certain bad guys back from the Other World so you can fight, kill then send them right back to the Other World again.

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Will you tell me what kind of fuckin' sense that makes, why would you waste a wish on bringing back one of your sworn enemies only to send them right back. This is stupid on so many levels. For one, at my current point in the game, I'm far stronger than anyone I fought within the last several hours.

Second, the individuals wouldn't even provide a decent warm up. I mean, if I'm being honest, once Goku, Gohan, Vegeta and Trunks go Super Saiyan and beyond, the only one who can even touch them let alone put them styx feet is the all powerful Lord Beerus, God of Destruction of Universe 7.

Bringing some laughable peons back from the grave just to send them back to Hell again is pointless and I'll have no part of that tomfoolery. And you know what, I sincerely hope with my heart of hearts that no one, nowhere made such a foolhardy suggestion.

I'm not normally a violent person but if someone did make that suggestion, I'm going to find them and kick the crap out of them. Anyway, so after carefully analyzing the wishes, only 3 of them are worth a damn.

If you look closely, you'll see which ones that obviously is. Everyone wants to be rich, Z-orbs aplenty for unlocking moves and finding rare items doesn't get old. So those are obviously the only ones you're going to target.

I mean, some more thought should've went into these Dragon Balls and the game devs should've been a LOT more imaginative when it came to these mystical orbs of power.

I'm going to reiterate my first point, these wishes suck! In order to get a couple of the trophies, you have to summon Shenron a total of 10 times. You know the problem with that is, if you can't summon Shenron to grant you the same 3 wishes then that's a problem, a BIG PROBLEM!

In which case, you'll only be summoning Shenron once; at most, 3 times. After that, there's no point so I hope you can summon Shenron to get the same 3 wishes granted so here's to hoping.

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