Last week, Dragon Ball FighterZ made headlines when the EVO Japan 2019 games line-up was revealed, and the popular 2018-fighter from Bandai Namco was missing.Now, Aksys Games has announced that the game also won’t be present at Anime Ascension. And again, a reason why, isn’t divulged and isn’t […]
Due to unforeseen circumstances, Dragonball FighterZ will no longer be run at Anime Ascension. We’re sorry for the inconvenience/disappointment! Please stay tuned for future announcements. pic.twitter.com/lLsUxQKicx
— Aksys Games (@aksysgames) December 21, 2018
It's sad to see what's happening to the DragonBall FighterZ community. It literally might be a one and done.
— Joey Cuellar (@MrWiz) December 21, 2018
This is the 2nd flight I've had to cancel because of this. It's costing me money and time.
— Yohosie @ FrostyFaustings (@yohosiefgc) December 21, 2018
It sucks, & I hope it won't happen ofc, but imo DBFZ players should begin seriously considering that they may be forced to drop the game. I know I'd be real hesitant to put much effort into something that's liable to vanish at any time
— Regular UltraDavid (@ultradavid) December 21, 2018
RT this is you think that @ToeiAnimation should let Dragon Ball FighterZ exist at conventions and fighting game tournaments from now going forward. LISTEN to your community, PLEASE.
— Romanova @ GBDojo Weeklies (@RomanovaNRS) December 21, 2018
LOL RIP DRAGON BALL FIGHTERZ
— Mizumi @ Labbing Zelda in Smash Ultimate (@_Mizumi) December 21, 2018
So wait, hang on. Toei is C&D'ing Dragon Ball FighterZ tournaments?
Never seen a company try to KILL a game that brings them exposure for a currently marketed product before.
— Zenrotto (@Zenrotto) December 21, 2018
Seeing a corporation swing its weight around to kill the tournament scene for Dragon Ball FighterZ sure is disheartening
— Jen Unkle, Certified Cutie (@jbu3) December 21, 2018