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Kamehameha on everything in this new Dragon Ball mobile VR app

Kamehameha on everything in this new Dragon Ball mobile VR app

by LouisApril 15, 2017
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And of course it’s coming from Japan.

The Dragon Ball series has established itself as one of the must-watch and very historic anime franchise which roots can be traced back to 1984 and has since then become a huge hit, spanning 500 episodes over 5 series. Perhaps one of the most iconic moves from the series that combines martial arts with power levels of over 9000 is the Kamehameha, or the “Turtle Devastation Wave”, which serves as the signature attack of the series protagonist, Son Goku, as well as other main characters related to the titular Saiyan.

You know what they say, a family that Kamehameha’s together, then you better get the hell out of the way.

As kids who grew up with the series, many, if not everyone has tried performing this move, with all results pretty much negative since we haven’t received the proper training from Master Roshi himself but soon we may be able to do a Kamehameha of our own, well in Virtual Reality at least, in an upcoming VR application and add-on from BotsNew.

Pairing Virtual Reality googles, a mobile app, and 2 mobile touch VR controllers, BotsNew’s VR Dragon Ball Z really lets you blast waves of energy on EVERYTHING without all the negative repercussions like, you know, destroying stuff and leaving huge craters all around your town.

You can watch it in action in their announcement video below

The whole kit, which includes the app, the googles and the controller, which are all marked with the Capsule Corp. logo (because of course it will) is still tagged as “Coming Soon” and hopefully, will be sold outside of Japan once it’s out.

 

 

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Louis
Gaming know it all, dresses like a thug at conventions, loves to spam Spiritbreaker in Dota 2, and only owns video games because of free keys and game codes.

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