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Dragon Ball FighterZ competitors impressively clash attacks for 20 seconds straight during match

Even if it is rehearsed, that's still a cool feat

Posted by Dakota 'DarkHorse' Hills • November 12, 2022 at 5:39 p.m. PST • Comments: 7

Although they don't accomplish much on their own, clashes can create some of the most hype scramble situations in fighting games... or they can be leaned into even more to try and make the anime battle real.

During their set at this week's offline Wanted event, 2 Dragon Ball FighterZ players in Kasuga and Seyhan managed to pull off an impressive sequence where they clashed attacks for basically 20 seconds straight.

With Kefla as both of their point characters, Kasuga and Seyhan clash together 10 normals simultaneously, which of course got the commentators popping off.

Their combined choreography didn't stop there, however, as they called out Android 18's assist at the same time, Dragon Rush, swap sides with Kefla's command dash, and slammed Supers together before Seyhan eventually landed the first hit.

If it wasn't obvious, Kasuga and Seyhan did indeed choreograph this setup before their actual match, but that barely impacts how impressive it is to nail it on the big stage.

They both had to sit down and sequence well over a dozen hits and practice to the point they could stay in perfect rhythm with each other.

Plus, FAV|Sako and DNG|Itabashi Zangief's choreographed Street Fighter 5 match showed that even if a fighting game is scripted, it can still be fun and cool.

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