• Live the life in the anime universe with Goku by using these 'Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot' tips and tricks 
  • Acquire Z-Orbs to improve skills
  • Study the opponent's fighting moves

“Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot” lets users live life in the anime universe with Goku. The video game offers the experience to be in the “Dragon Ball Z” world not only battling some of the finest fighters but also fish, eat and wander around.

Here are some tips and tricks for “Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot” that could help you gain more power, upgrade skills and play smartly:

1. Keep the health restoration materials ready: Battling a difficult boss in “Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot” is a challenging obstacle to cross. It is important to keep health restoration items prepared for a boss battle.

2. Check the Ki Gauge meter during fight: When one is busy fighting the boss, it is easy to forget about Ki Gauge. The Ki blasts take away your Ki. While playing, keep checking the blue-color Ki Gauge meter. Moreover, don’t forget to replenish your Ki by holding down Y/Triangle.

3. Take advantage of Side Quests: One can easily miss the Side Quests, however, they are useful missions to acquire items like Soul Emblems, ingredients and consumables. In order to play Side Quests, check for blue exclamation marks on the Mini Map and World Map.

4. Collect all Z-Orbs: The Z-Orbs are used to upgrade your attack abilities in “Dragon Ball Z: Karakot” and the effectiveness of the player’s signature moves. Red, green and blue are the most commonly found Z-Orbs and must be grabbed. However, players can look for rare ones, namely silver, gold and rainbow. The rainbow Z-Orbs are usually placed around the open maps and can be in remote locations. The best way to get rainbow Z-Orbs is via story and sub-story fights. Two rainbow Z-Orbs are awarded to a player after defeating a story enemy.

5. Study your opponent’s patterns: A battle in “Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot” is all about perseverance, smart play and studying the boss’s pattern. Take time to analyze the moves and respond accordingly with brute force to take down the boss.

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot
Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot has been a hit since its initial release in January 2020 dronepicr/Flickr