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[DSOG] Hyper Dragon Ball Z: Champ’s Build

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Not sure if there are many fighting game fans on here, but thought id post this (even though its fairly old news) as its quite a detailed edition of Mugen which features built from scratch spites and some fairly deep fighting mechanics. (The video below is from the official youtube channel for Hyper DBZ).


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Ronnie Dieleman has released a new version of Hyper Dragon Ball Z. Hyper Dragon Ball Z is basically a MUGEN 2D DBZ fighting game. However, and contrary to other MUGEN titles, this one seems really polished and comes with reworked sprites for pretty much all characters.

The Champ’s Build version of Hyper Dragon Ball Z contains updates and re-balances to all the existing characters and adds new characters as well as a couple of new stages and a more polished screenpack. This build also comes with two brand new movelists. Both are located in the ‘information & movelist’ folder. One is the ‘HyperDBZ – Printable-Movelist’ (opens with Wordpad / Word), which as the name suggests, allows to be printed so you can have a neat movelist lying in front of you whilst playing the game. The second is the ‘HyperDBZ – Detailed Movelist’, which is a folder.

North American server:
http://justnopoint.com/HyperDBZChamp.rar

European server:
http://xgargoyle.mugenguild.com/Hyper…

South American server:
http://z2.smeenet.org/HyperDBZChamp.rar

[Source]


Also, while im at it, check out the emulation of the PS2 game called Super DBZ if you've a copy (and Infinite world, for something different). Super is also surprisingly deep and had Noritaka Funamizu (Street Fighter fame) as executive director. Heres a great little write up that some chap did about Super DBZ. Well worth a read imo.

Last but not least, have a gander at hyper Dimension being played by the pros. I never new it could be this full on as i always thought its visuals were the main draw. I was wrong. You can emulate Hyper Dimension via Zsnes and even play online MP (which you can see being demonstrated in this video with the online chat that happens on screen)


Edited by LoLomgbbq - 4/23/17 at 1:58pm
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Absolutely fun, I've been watching this game lately on youtube.
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This is...surprisingly good. Very nice.
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Holy crap, that's a MUGEN game? It looks incredible.

They've come a lot farther than I remember. I posted about this game years ago and it's only gotten better since then.

Quality stuff. thumb.gif
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Absolutely fun, I've been watching this game lately on youtube.

Yeah, watching fighting games being played online is my new thing along with actually getting into them proper and learning mechanics. I just needed a game that actually required some amount of real effort to play and learn about as the majority of AAA games and even indie stuff is all the same tired fps/tps generic gaf. Imo.
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Yeah, watching fighting games being played online is my new thing along with actually getting into them proper and learning mechanics. I just needed a game that actually required some amount of real effort to play and learn about as the majority of AAA games and even indie stuff is all the same tired fps/tps generic gaf. Imo.

Fighting games are a great genre. Simple enough to pick up, but the skill ceiling is as high as you want it to go. Unfortunately I'm getting worse as I age lol
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