Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot
The game is an RPG fighting game somewhat similar to Dragon Ball Xenoverse and it's sequel. The game is not considered open world with one massive sandbox but instead divided into individual hubs that will be locked until reaching a certain point in the story, only then will these areas be unlocked for exploration. These individual hubs are not small and the openness of these areas gives all the more reason to have flight as a mode of travel with both the verticality and area being impressive. Some areas are full of life and cities whilst others are more barren and devoid of life. There are several mini-games including fishing and baseball. One of the game modes is called Training Grounds and allows players to face other characters in order to unlock or improve Super Attacks.
Intermissions are brief periods of free time between sagas in the main story. The player is given more freedom to explore, train, or complete mini/sub stories. It is also a perfect time to make preparations before the next Saga. Additionally the player can change who is in their party though they will not have direct control over support characters and certain intermissions have limited support characters (such as post-Saiyan Saga which only features Krillin as a support for Gohan due to Goku bring injured and the others being dead).
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Additionally the game includes a Cooking mechanic to create meals that can permanently boost stats and/or grant temporary buffs. Player's can eat raw foods, cook food themselves, or seek out various Cooks. Regular cooks can only prepare one dish at a time, but Chi-Chi can cook full course meals though at the start of the game she can only cook single dishes. Full Course Meals become available during the Intermission after the Saiyan Saga, during which Chi-Chi wants to make Gohan a full course meal after his release from the hospital though she misplaced the recipe and Gohan volunteers to get it from the Kooky Cook in a small village near Goku's House who had given the recipe to Chi-Chi as thanks for repeatedly saving the cook from wolves during her trips to the grocer in Orange City.
Gohan gets the recipe and receives the meals required to make the recipe, as Full Course Meals use single meals as ingredients. More Full Course Meals can be acquired through talking to NPCs. Campfires allow the player's party to cook fish catch or the meat of animals that have been caught through hunting though these are eaten as soon as they are made while single meals and raw ingredients can be carried and eaten on the go. Eating meals or raw ingredients triggers an auto-save making it a convenient method for trigger auto-saves. Cook Houses are a business found in cities where Cooks can be found to cook meals. Interestingly the Cook Houses in both Orange City and West City are located right next to their city's Grocery
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