Cheats & Tips for Dragon Ball Fierce Fighting

  • In order to use your Special Abilities, you need to conserve power. You can do that by pressing ‘K’.


  • The Special Abilities can be triggered using ‘U’, ‘I’ or ‘O’. Be careful not to miss though because it can happen.
  • You do more damage as your combo number increases. Make sure you get it as high as possible. There is a small delay before the combo finishes so you aren’t required to continuously attack an enemy.
  • If you are fighting multiple enemies, keep in mind that each one of them has their own HP bar. The enemy HP Bar from the right of the screen is the HP Bar of the last enemy touched.
  • Try to hit multiple enemies at the same time. It will be faster and it will make your job easier.


  • Most of the playable characters can jump. Use that to your advantage – you can trigger special attacks and you can dodge a lot of enemy projectiles.
  • In order to get the Dragon Balls, you need to fight very powerful enemies (their level is not even displayed on the screen). Even though you can attack them right from the beginning, it is wise to get used to the game before you try or else you will be squashed like a bug.
  • Double-tapping on the movement buttons can trigger some special effects: some of the characters will flash forward, some of them will dash and some of them will fly.
  • You can change your character before a mission. It doesn’t matter if you win a level with one character and you want to continue with another. Just make sure you win beforehand.

Dragon Ball Fierce Fighting Review

Probably the most watched anime series in the world is Dragon Ball. Every child, boy or girl, has seen at least one episode of these wonderful anime. Most of them kept watching and even helped their hero save the world, resurrect, find the dragon balls to revive his fallen friends and so on. I was one of those loyal fans so anytime I have to review a Dragon Ball themed game I am really enthusiastic.


The feature I like the most about Dragon Ball Fierce Fighting 2.6 is the fact that the game has a lot of playable characters. With each new version of this title, there are more and more characters you can play with. I really appreciate the developers’ work because creating rather balanced various characters must be hard. In addition to this, I like the fact that Dragon Ball Fierce Fighting 2.6 has more than enough content and you will spend a lot of time with it. There are stages that you are required to unlock (more than 50) and you can do different side quests such as…I don’t know…recover the dragon balls.

One other great thing that I encountered during my playtime is the fact that each character has its own skillset which fortunately is similar to the one used by each of this characters in the anime. I am not so sure about the licensing rights of Dragon Ball Fierce Fighting 2.6 but as long as the game is good, as a player, I will not complain or question morality. I also think that it is worth mentioning the fact that the game runs on most personal computers even though they are not very good from a hardware point of view.

There are more than a few things I don’t like about Dragon Ball Fierce Fighting 2.6 either. First of all, I think that the game is a bit outdated. The graphics really need some sort of upgrade because people are more and more interested in this aspect. A new title with improved visuals but with the same core can become really popular among browser games so the developers should consider doing so.

Secondly, I don’t like the fact that I don’t have a character progression. I would have loved to be able to upgrade skills or to unlock different power-ups to my characters. It can be hard to implement but I honestly think it will help Dragon Ball Fierce Fighting…and it will probably help it a lot. It has already been proven that if a user identifies himself with the character, it will play the game for much longer.

Last but not least, another thing I don’t like about this game is the fact that the story is really vague. If you aren’t familiar with the Dragon Ball series (shame on you), you will have some difficulties understanding exactly what you are supposed to do. A bit of information and some tips here and there can help a lot.

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Overall, Dragon Ball Fierce Fighting 2.6 is a game I would probably recommend. I haven’t played such good Dragon Balls titles in a while and even though I’ve seen better I still think that this game can provide a decent experience.


Artwork: Dragon Ball Fierce Fighting 2.6 gets a rating of 5 out of 10 for its artwork. The theme is colorful and it reflects the fact that the game is inspired by an animated TV series. As I mentioned before, the graphic engine used in this game is really outdated. The environment is almost non-existent – it is basically a pixelated background picture which changes every once in awhile and there is no interaction with it. The animations are almost average but probably because of the overall looks of the game, they look rather bad as well. The only thing that is decent about the artwork is the character design – they look like they should.

Music & SFX: I give Dragon Ball Fierce Fighting 2.6 a rating of 8 out of 10 at this section. It may come as a surprise but one of the best features the game has is the soundtrack. There are just 1 or 2 songs but they are really good. The soundtrack fits the theme and it provides a great atmosphere – you really feel like playing something related with the Dragon Ball series. The sound effects are interesting and they can compete with more “powerful” versions of the game – consoles and such. The problem with the SFX is that after a period of time they will feel repetitive (especially the sound effects that are triggered during combos).

Story/Originality: Dragon Ball Fierce Fighting 2.6 gets a rating of 7 out of 10 at this segment. Unfortunately, I was not able to pinpoint the real developer of the game so, as I mentioned earlier, I am not sure about the licensing rights of the game. Because of this, this title gets the benefit of the doubt. There is a story in the game but for some odd reason, it is not clearly explained to the users so you should guess what your role in all of this is. That is a bit disappointing because the players will expect much more.

General Gameplay: I give Dragon Ball Fierce Fighting 2.6 a rating of 7 out of 10 for its gameplay. There isn’t a tutorial at first and you will most likely be confused by the game intro (you need to press ESC to get to the menu). The controls are decent but if you are a lefty you will have a hard time. There aren’t any complicated mechanics and with the exception of the combos which you will naturally learn, everything is straightforward – you must defeat your enemy by all means. For the time I’ve played I haven’t encountered any major bugs, freezes or crashes.

Addictiveness: Dragon Ball Fierce Fighting 2.6 gets a rating of 8 out of 10 for its addictiveness. If one thing is certain about this game is that you will have fun playing it. The game has a possibly interesting story (remember the fact that you don’t exactly know what you do) and there are dozens of characters which you can play so boredom will not install quickly. Probably the best thing that this Dragon Ball game has to offer is the availability of a hot seat multiplayer mode – with a friend there will be twice the fun.

Overall, Dragon Ball Fierce Fighting 2.6 gets a rating of 7 out of 10. The final rating basically reflects the game as a whole – an average one. There isn’t anything that stands out in particular but with a bit of luck and smart marketing moves, Dragon Ball Fierce Fighting 2.6 can become really popular. Only time can tell.

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