DRAGON BALL Z: KAKAROT + A New Power Awakens Set Cheats on Nintendo Switch
- First Released: Sep 21, 2021
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Much like any other fighting game out there, players look for every little bit of help that will put them on the top of the ladder. Thankfully, those dedicated players on the internet have designed trainers that can offer you cheats to make the climb easier. Downloading a trainer from a trusted site can give you access to cheats such as:
- Unlimited Health - Toggle Numpad 1
- Unlimited Ki - Toggle Numpad 2
- Instant Support Cooldown - Toggle Numpad 3
- Max Tension - Toggle Numpad 4
- Unlimited surge duration - Toggle Numpad 5
- Unlimited items - Toggle Numpad 6
- Unlimited Orbs - Toggle Numpad 7
- Unlimited Orbs (Trunks DLC) - Toggle Numpad 8
- Unlimited Zenri - Toggle Numpad 9
- Unlimited Zenri (Trunks DLC) - Toggle Numpad 0
- Unlimited Medals - Toggle CTRL Numpad 1
- Unlimited Medals (Trunks DLC) - Toggle CTRL Numpad 2
- Max Community level - Toggle CTRL Numpad 3
- Set XP - Toggle CTRL Numpad 4
- One Hit Kill - Toggle CTRL Numpad 5
Make sure to use these sparingly, as overuse can make the game lose its shine and end up being a boring mess.
Use your healing itemsHints
As mentioned before, healing items are one of the more important things in the game. Making sure that you have enough in your inventory is a key factor in the game. In addition, make sure that you have equipped the healing item before you enter a fight. For most of the game, you might be fine fighting opponents without healing items, but once you reach certain fights, you are going to wonder why you cannot beat a certain opponent. These opponents are the ones where healing items are going to be the difference between victory and defeat. So make sure that you have enough healing items and that they are equipped before entering battle.
Pre Raditz CharactersEaster Eggs
Let's be real, millions of people have watched Dragon Ball Z, it shaped some of our childhoods, but not many people have watched or read the original Dragon Ball. If you have seen the content from Dragon Ball, you will be in for a treat. Meeting certain NPCs in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, you might just notice that there are some characters from the original Dragon Ball series. Characters such as Nam, Eighter, and Launch make an appearance, so if you haven’t, do yourself a favor and read or watch the original Dragon Ball and you will see some of your favorite NPCs shape the world of Dragon Ball Z.
Bringing Back the AnimeEaster Eggs
Throughout the game of Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, you will get brief periods where you enter a free roam the state, in this state, you can wander around and collect items. These collectible items each show a brief picture from the original Dragon Ball Series. If you have watched the original anime, you might just get a bit of nostalgia, if you have not, then they might just convince you to try it out.
Firstly focus on your cooking skill and your training levels on the community board, you are going to want to try and max those skills before moving on to the next step. If you can not max them, mainly focus on increasing your Battle Experience level and your Mill Effect Duration. Once maxed, your battle experience will boost your experience gained in any fight by a ton. For your cooking, you are going to want to use an item called Mega Mass. If you use Mega Mass Level 5, your experience gained will be boosted by 50% for three minutes, so using this before a fight will help you out a lot. Head on over to the training battles, choose a battle that is quick and that you can repeat a lot. Here is where the experience boosts will come in handy. If you have the New Power Awakens DLC, choosing to battle is your best option and you will soon find yourself with tons of XP and a high level.
Learn to use the vanishing dodgeHints
Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot offers many different fighting styles, but in any fighting style out there, dodging is present. Learning to use the dodge is crucial to your fight, Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot offers two types of dodge, the vanishing dodge, and the vanishing dodge attack. Many players will think that the vanishing dodge attack is the best form of dodge, and in many cases, it is, however, it uses a ton of your Ki which can lead to you getting into trouble as you cannot do much after losing all your Ki. The vanishing dodge does not use your Ki, but it is very hard to perfect, as your timing needs to be just right to use it effectively. Timing it so that you use the vanishing dodge just before an attack hits you will mean that you will dodge it successfully. The best way to make sure that you can use it effectively is to go into training and back away from your opponent so that they use projectiles and practice the vanishing dodge there.
Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot offers side quests like many other games. These side quests are not like other games' side quests that can be completed at any time of the game. The side quests offered are only available at certain times of the game, if you were to continue to the next part of the game without completing a side quest or accepting the side quest, it will be counted as failed and you will not be able to complete the quest in that playthrough. This can cause you to lose out on a lot of rewards throughout the game, so make sure to take a look around and complete any side quest that you come across before moving on with the main story.
Whether to Grind or notGlitches
In many games, the most annoying part of the game is grinding, making sure that you are getting the experience from those random mobs so that you can continue with the main storyline. Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is different, it is actually recommended that you do not grind, as the main storyline and side quests in the game make sure that you are at the right level and can handle the fights that you get. The main storyline generally will award you with experience as you go, it offers many different missions where you train, and the training offers you large amounts of experience for no reason. Once you receive that experience, it makes all the grinding you have just done almost irrelevant.
How to handle your moneyHints
Throughout the game, you might not gain too much money as you go, as it is not awarded for progressing in the storyline or by doing sidequests. Your main source of income will be to sell items or to wish for them once you get access to the dragon radar. Your money generally will go into healing items throughout the game, so earning money can be an important part, do not spend too much of it and not have enough for when you really need it. In the early game when you do not have access to the dragon radar, talk to named characters that are dotted throughout the map, they will generally hand you healing items so that you do not have to spend your hard-earned cash.