Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot allows players to find the legendary Dragon Balls and make wishes using them. Here’s every wish in the game & how to use them.
Dragon Ball wishes have special properties in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot. This guide will explain how players can access these wishes and what each of them can accomplish. Dragon Ball is one of the world’s most popular and profitable anime properties in the world. It is heavily responsible for the surge of popularity for western fans when the series would air on Cartoon Network’s Toonami block back in the early 2000s. The series has created an ever-evolving franchise of animated series, video games, manga, and merchandise for fans all around the world. The newest entry in the video game series comes in the form of Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, an action RPG that focuses on the story of Goku. Here’s what every Dragon Ball wish can accomplish in the game.
Many Dragon Ball Z video games follow a similar formula with its storytelling. Each entry retells the story of Goku during his time in the animated series. This includes battling the evil Frieza, Cell, and Buu to protect the world. Although this time, players can control Goku in an open world where players can fish, fly, eat, train, and battle. The game hits the anime’s most popular moments and retells them with stunning 3D animation. This may be a player’s first time experiencing the story of Dragon Ball Z. Along the way, players will be able to find all 7 of the legendary Dragon Balls, artifacts that once collected can grant the wishes of its owner. Here’s what player can wish for in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot.
Every Dragon Ball Wish (& How To Use Them) In Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot
After collecting all of the Dragon Balls, here’s what players can wish for in the start menu.
- Fight Raditz Again: Lvl 32 Side Quest To Beat Raditz Appears (Unlocks Raditz Soul Emblem)
- Fight Nappa Again: Lvl 32 Side Quest To Beat Nappa Appears (Unlocks Nappa Soul Emblem)
- Fight Dodoria Again: Lvl 32 Side Quest To Beat Dodoria Appears (Unlocks Dodoria Soul Emblem)
- Fight Zarbon Again: Lvl 32 Side Quest To Beat Zarbon Appears (Unlocks Zarbon Soul Emblem)
- Fight Ginyu Force Again: Lvl 34 Side Quest To Beat The Ginyu Force Appears (Unlocks Their Soul Emblems)
- I Want Z Orbs: 10k Red Orbs, 10k Blue Orbs, 10k Green Orbs, 10 Rainbow Orbs, 20k Orbs Post Buu Saga, 20 Rainbow Orbs Post Buu Saga
- I Want To Be Rich: 30k Zeni (Frieza Saga+), 50k Zeni (Cell Saga+) ,100k Zeni (Buu Saga+)
- I Want Rare Items: A Bunch Of One Star Food And 5 Awakening Water + Superior Awakening Water. Level 2 Dishes after Cell Saga, Level 3 Dishes After Buu Saga
- I Want To Fight Appule Again: Side Quest To Beat Appule Appears (Unlocks Appule Soul Emblem)
- I Want To Fight Cui Again: Side Quest To Beat Cui Appears (Unlocks Cui Soul Emblem)
- I Want To Fight Cell Jrs Again: Side Quest To Beat Cell Jrs Appears (Unlocks Cell Jr Soul Emblem)
- I Want To Fight King Cold Again: Side Quest To Beat King Cold Appears (Unlocks King Cold Soul Emblem)
- I Want To Fight Android 19+20 Again: Side Quest To Beat Android 19+20 Appears (Unlocks Android 19+20 Soul Emblem)
- I Want To Fight Babidi Again: Side Quest To Beat Babidi Minions Appears (Unlocks Four Emblems Total)
The Dragon Ball series continues to remain relevant in the mainstream since it receives new content every few years. The Dragon Ball movies make appearances in movie theaters for limited-time runs and new games released almost every year. The last major title in their gaming line-up being Dragon Ball Fighterz, a competitive team-based 2D fighter. That game also receives new updates with patches and additional characters. For a more casual Dragon Ball experience, Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is the best place to look.