The beauty of Dragon Ball FighterZ is that it not only allows for dream match-ups within its vast roster of characters, but it also makes those fights look like they were pulled straight from the anime series. That authenticity is dialed up even further when players unlock a dramatic finish, a cataclysmic climax to a match that cycles in extra animations to create a cinematic finale.
With the release of Super Saiyan 4 Gogeta in the game’s third character DLC bundle, comes a new dramatic finish that finally settles the debate of which version of Gogeta is the most powerful. But also not really. In the one corner you have Super Saiyan Blue Gogeta, a perfect fusion of Goku and Vegeta that has attained the power of a Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan and is capable of punching through reality itself.
In the opposite corner, you have Dragon Ball GT’s Super Saiyan 4 Gogeta, a fusion that has harnessed the primal power of the Saiyan Great Ape form and merged it with the Super Saiyan transformation to create a unique power-up. Both forms are currently the apex of Saiyan power and come with their own limit-breaking skills. So which one is the most powerful when facing off against each other?
Neither one. And at the same time, both:
That’s a bit of a cop-out. In the video above, the dramatic finish all comes down to player skill. If a Super Saiyan 4 Gogeta player wins the bout, they’ll end the match by remarking “You’re me so naturally you’re good. But you’re still not tough enough to handle Super Saiyan 4.” If a Super Saiyan Blue Gogeta player wins, the fight will end with that fusion saying “Of course you lost. I am a Super Saiyan with the power of a Super Saiyan god!”
And that’s the end of that debate then! At least for the next five minutes, as the Dragon Ball Reddit is about to blow up with detailed essays on the power levels of these characters and why they should win. Does it matter? Not really, because the real winner here is anyone who enjoys playing one of the best fighting games of all time, and gets to relive those afternoon memories of seeing burly space invaders clobber one another across the cosmos.
Last Updated: March 9, 2021