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“Dragon Ball Z” fans can finally know the answer to the age-old question, “Can I train like a super Saiyan?”
Stacks on stacks: On Friday, Professor Yutaka Hirata from the Department of Robotic Science and Technology at Chubu University answered how high gravity would affect you, if it would make you stronger and what’s the best way you could train without breaking every bone in your body, according to the official Dragon Ball website.
For “Dragon Ball Super” fans who have always wanted to relive and take part in their beloved series, this is the perfect simulator to do just that. An amusement center in Japan is gaining a lot of attention mostly for its attractions that lets visitors experience games instead of merely playing them.
Tokyo’s VR Zone Shinjuku has added an attraction that lets fans step out of their living room and experience the world of “Dragon Ball” for themselves. According to SoraNews24, the virtual reality attraction is called “Dragon Ball VR Secret Kamehameha”, a VR experience that first opened its doors on July 14.
An 11-year-old boy from Phoenix, Arizona miraculously survived being stung by 400 bees after pretending to be Vegeta from his favorite anime, Dragon Ball Z, putting his power level over 9,000!
Andrew Kunz and his friend were shooting BB guns at an abandoned car, but they didn’t know of the swarm of deadly Africanized honeybees living inside the vehicle.