Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Features a Brand New Character Named Bonyu


Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot keeps learning better and better as we see more and more of the game. While we know it will mainly be adapting Dragon Ball Z, it is not completely devoid of new content. Like Android 21 in Dragon Ball FighterZ before it, Akira Toriyama has designed a brand new character named Bonyu for Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot.

According to Bandai Nacmo, Bonyu used to be the sixth member of the Ginyu Force, but she is no longer with the group. She is a red-skinned member of the Brench-seijin race and sports a long ponytail in addition to the battle armor one would expect a former Ginyu Force member to have. Not much else is known about her character at this time, though Bandai Namco Entertainment is promising that Bonyu will play a big part in one of Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot’s major sidequests.

Until we learn more about her, you can check out the first official art of Bonyu below beside some screenshots from the Cell Arc. Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot will release for PC, PS4, and Xbox One sometime in 2020. You can learn more about Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot through DualShockers’ preview from E3 2019, and it can also pre-ordered right now on Amazon if you are interested. 







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Janemba Is Coming to Dragon Ball FighterZ on August 8


Following the conclusion of the EVO 2019 Dragon Ball FighterZ tournament, Bandai Namco took the stage to give players their first look at the next DLC character, Janemba. Additionally, SSGSS Gogeta was briefly shown at the end of the trailer. You can check out the reveal trailer for yourself down below.

Janemba is the latest villain coming to Dragon Ball FighterZ. The character made his first appearance in the 1995 Dragon Ball Z film Fusion Reborn. In the film, Janemba was defeated by Gogeta so it only seems appropriate that the fusion character was shown off right after Janemba’s reveal.

Janemba will be available to download on August 8. As of right now, no release date has been given for SSGSS Gogeta, he’s only listed as “coming soon.” The final character that’ll be a part of the second season pass will be Dragon Ball Super’s version of Broly. Fans can purchase characters in the second season pass individually for $4.99 each or purchase the entire season pass for $24.99 which will give you access to a total of six new characters.

The final match up in EVO’s Dragon Ball FighterZ tournament had Goichi “GO1” Kishida take on Dominique “SonicFox” McLean. If you remember last year’s tournament, SonicFox took home the top spot, defeating Goichi in the game’s final set. This time around, Goichi came back for revenge and took home the gold.

Dragon Ball FighterZ is available right now on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. For more on the game, you can check out our review.

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Dragon Ball FighterZ Kid Goku (GT) DLC Launches with Goku Day Trailer


Bandai Namco launched today the new DLC for Dragon Ball FighterZ adding Kid Goku from Dragon Ball GT. Together with the DLC’s launch, Bandai Namco published a brand new trailer for “Goku Day”.

The trailer retraces most of Goku’s life, starting with his first fight against Vegeta, till the end of Dragon Ball Super. All the iconic Goku moments are there, recreated with the gorgeous cutscenes from Dragon Ball FighterZ and some well-choreographed gameplay. All of it with Dragon Ball GT‘s opening song playing.

After multiple weeks of teasing, Kid Goku GT  was launched today on May 9, because it’s Goku Day. In Japanese, five can be pronounced as “go” and nine can be pronounced as “ku”, so May 9 is Goku Day. It’s not an exaggeration to say there are more pop culture-dedicated days based on puns like that than the numbers of days there are in the year. Along with Goku day, one of the most popular ones is Hatsune Miku day, on March 9.

The previous trailer with Goku GT was more traditional, and details on his moves were previously shared as well.

Dragon Ball FighterZ is available on PC, Xbox One, PS4, and Switch. Kid Goku can be obtained by buying the Fighter’s Pack 11 DLC or through the Season Pass.

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Dragon Ball Fighterz Will Add Dragon Ball GT Kid Goku in May


Bandai Namco revealed in the latest issue of V Jump magazine that Kid Goku from Dragon Ball GT will be added in Dragon Ball FighterZ during May.

Screenshots from the magazine have emerged on Twitter, and it also included new details on Kid Goku’s moveset.

As we already know, Kid Goku fights untransformed and will transform into Super Saiyan 3 Goku during his Super Kamehameha. However, this will only happen if one or both of Kid Goku’s teammates are Down, else he will transform into Super Saiyan 1 Goku. Moreover, if Kid Goku uses his Meteor Attack (Ultimate) when one or both of his teammates are Down, he’ll transform into Super Saiyan 4 and unleash Dragon Fist Explosion on his opponent. This is a secret, second Meteor Attack which can only be used this way.

While I initially didn’t like Dragon Ball GT much when I first watched it two decades ago, I’ve come to appreciate it even more recently seeing what happened with Dragon Ball Super, so I’m happy about Kid Goku getting in.

Dragon Ball GT‘s Kid Goku was revealed to be joining Dragon Ball Fighterz in last month’s issue of V Jump. Later on, Bandai Namco published screenshots showing Kid Goku in action. 

Kid Goku can be bought alone or through the game’s second Season Pass. Dragon Ball FighterZ is currently available on PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.

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Dragon Ball FighterZ World Tour Finals: Kazunoko Asserts Dominance


We have reached the stunning conclusion of the Dragon Ball FighterZ World Tour Finals and the Japanese player Kazunoko definitely didn’t mess around. With big names including Sonic Fox, Fenritti, Go1, and HookGangGod there were plenty of great matches in the mix.

The first round of matches was full of a lot of upsets, particularly with the American players HookGangGod and Sonic Fox. First off HookGangGod, went off against Dogura. The matches were actually crazy close, basically to the very last pixel at times. Hook just couldn’t clinch it out over Dogura and lost (2-3). He had a second shot in the loser’s bracket, however, he had to face top Japanese player, Fenritti. The matches didn’t last long as Fenritti swept (3-0).

Sonic Fox was probably a top contender coming into the tournament since he won EVO and multiple other tournaments for DBFZ. He was no match for BNBBN (pronounced Bon-Bobon) and was defeated (2-3). Sonic Fox also trekked in losers and even beat Kindevu along the way. However, Sonic Fox too had to face Dogura. And like HookGangGod, Sonic Fox suffered a similar outcome and was defeated (3-1) and walked home with 5th place.

The takeaway from these American defeats, is pretty much Japan was just very prepared for this tournament and played exceptionally. Players like Fenritti, who made a huge impact and went all the way to Grand Finals, defeating players like Dogura and Go1 along the way.

But the real star of the show and the champion of the Dragon Ball FighterZ World Tour Finals was of course Kazunoko. If you don’t recall, Kazunoko is the man who single-handedly earned four out of the seven possible dragon balls, causing four back-to-back last chance qualifiers yesterday. People may have thought Kazunoko was done there, but they couldn’t be more wrong. Kazunoko dominated the bracket, defeating Go1, Dogura, and Fenritti (multiple times). Though Fenritti almost caught up and stirred a bracket reset in Grand Finals, Kazunoko adjusted and blasted with a 3-1 win.

And with that, Kazunoko rightfully earns the World Champion title and retains his dominance in fighting games once again. What’s more impressive is also the fact that the top four placings were also from Japan as well, putting a real flex on the rest for the world. We’ll just have to see if Japan continues to reign dominant on the second world tour this year.

The win wasn’t the only news to come out of the tournament though. Dragon Ball FighterZ announced their second season of characters, including Jiren, Videl, Broly (Dragon Ball Super), and Gogeta. On top of that, we see a brand new trailer for the upcoming Dragon Ball Z Action RPG.

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Dragon Ball FighterZ Season 2: Jiren, Videl, Broly, and Gogeta Leaked


The conclusion of the Dragon Ball FighterZ World Tour Finals are upon us, and with that comes the next season of Dragon Ball FighterZ DLC.

In the leaked announcement trailer, we finally see the long-teased Jiren of Universe 11. His playstyle roughly mimics the anime, with counter hits and armor moves accompanied by powerful hits and blasts. We also see a sneak peek at his super finish, which has Jiren completing a destructive blow on Goku. Jiren wasn’t the only character revealed, however.

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In a totally unpredictable change of pace, Videl is also releasing alongside Jiren. Videl’s appearance is straight from the Great Saiyaman saga, short hair and all. Her moves seem to be a mixture of quick moves, rekkas, and assists from none other than the Great Saiyaman. Videl’s portion capped off with a great finish featuring her and Great Saiyaman dealing out a finishing kick to Majin Buu. Videl looks like a lot of fun, and as a Great Saiyaman fan myself, this will definitely be a character worth picking up.

Dragon Ball FighterZ Videl

Fans won’t have to wait long for Videl and Jiren however, as the two characters are set to release January 31. That’s right, come Thursday you can add Jiren and Videl into your roster.

The announcements don’t stop there as Broly and Gogeta from the new Dragon Ball Super: Broly film are also announced with the line up of new characters. The trailer, however, didn’t have any in-game renders of these two characters, only showing clips from the movie instead. No word as to when these two come out, however.

Dragon Ball FighterZ Season 2

No word yet on a price for the next season or any other additional content at the moment due to the leak, so stay on the lookout for further updates after the conclusion of the Dragon Ball FighterZ World Tour Finals.

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Dragon Ball FighterZ Likely to Add Jiren for Season 2 After Shonen Jump Leak


A scan of Shonen Jump appears to confirm rumors that Jiren, from the Tournament of Power arc of Dragon Ball Super, will be the next DLC character for Dragon Ball FighterZ.

The scan came from Twitter user @Spy_0taku and comes hot on the heels of another tweet from Bandai Namco that claimed, “And more news coming to DRAGON BALL Fighter Z! The Warrior from Universe 11 is joining the fight!” Eventhubs has a translation of the image caption that states, “Goku and Jiren clash… !? This is the latest illustration for the highly popular Dragon Ball FighterZ game!! For the full details, tune in to the world championship! Please look forward to it!!”

This comes hot on the heels of Bandai Namco’s Dragon Ball Games Super Showcase in which producer Tomoko Hiroki teased the season pass but withheld any real information, pointing towards the Dragon Ball FighterZ World Tour Finals set to take place from January 26-27, 2019.

It was at this same livestream that Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission was confirmed to be coming to the West for Nintendo Switch and PC on April 5, 2019.

Jiren is perhaps one of the more divisive characters introduced during the latest season of Dragon Ball Super, as someone not even SSGSS Kaio-ken Goku could touch. His inclusion has sparked speculation on whether or not yet another Goku could be added to Dragon Ball FighterZ. Ultra Instinct Goku who was the only solo fighter who could match Jiren during the closing moments of the Tournament of Power. As with any fighter the desires of many different fans appear whenever discussion or rumor of a new character’s addition appears, with everything from Videl to Raditz to SSJ4 being tossed around as possibilities.

Season 1 of Dragon Ball FighterZ included the following DLC characters: Base Goku and Vegeta, SSGSS Vegito, Fused Zamasu, Cooler, Broly, Bardock, and Android 17. The season pass was only $34.99 though you could purchase characters separately for $4.99 each. Whether or not the second season pass will contain eight new characters remains to be seen, though we’ll hopefully find out what to expect as far as content and price after the World Tour Finals for Dragon Ball FighterZ.

 

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Dragon Ball FighterZ: Bandai Namco “Committed to Expand” the Esports Scene with Harada Leading Strategy


We are no closer to finding out what the speedbump is that is making tournament holders pull Dragon Ball FighterZ from competitions. With that said, Bandai Namco’s Katsuhiro Harada made a statement moments ago to the fighting game esports community that Bandai Namco is “committed to expand” the tournament and community scenes for Dragon Ball FighterZ, as well as other fighting games like Tekken 7 and SoulCalibur VI.

The news comes by way of Twitter, where one of Bandai Namco’s most prominent directors and producers Katsuhiro Harada issued a statement about his new involvement in Bandai Namco’s esports strategy. According to his TwitLonger message, Harada-san has “become the leader and supervisor” of the studios’ eSports Strategy team as of today. This will not impact his role as producers of these titles.

After offering his thanks to the support of the fighting game esports community, Harada-san delivered a message that Bandai Namco is “committed to expanding the horizons of both tournament and community scenes” for Dragon Ball FighterZSoulCalibur VI, and Tekken 7.

In doing so, the team already has plans in the works which includes a strong roster of official and community tournaments for the coming years:

We are already planning to have as many official tournaments as possible for next year—while continue supporting tournaments held by the community. Furthermore, we are dedicated to figure out ways where we can assist tournaments and community activities in the future.

Not addressing the latest Dragon Ball FighterZ controversey directly, Harada-san then points all question and inquiries to go to the local Bandai Namco office. DualShockers is still awaiting comment on the recent issues regarding the fighting game being pulled from esports tournaments.

If you are out of the loop on the scenario at large, lately Dragon Ball FighterZ has been pulled from a series of major tournaments with no explanations. Both convention holders as well as Toei Animation, the Dragon Ball property holders, have denied their involvement in getting these tournaments pulled. The end result has been general confusion and disheartenment from the fighting game community on future support for Dragon Ball FighterZ.

With this all in mind, the statement from Harada-san is very likely a boon for the community. Though questions do remain unanswered about the current situation, it does indicate that we will see further support for all three contemporary Bandai Namco fighting game franchises moving forward. In fact, the majority of responses to Harada-san’s tweet seems to be positive, especially given his reputation and proven track record as a director and producer:

It will remain to be seen if we get a statement from Bandai Namco on the rest of the tournaments for this year, however a Dragon Ball FighterZ competition is still listed for Combo Breaker early next year.

Dragon Ball FighterZ is currently available on Nintendo Switch, PC, PS4, and Xbox One, and you can grab the game on Amazon now.

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Toei Animation Claims It Has “No Knowledge” of Preventing Dragon Ball FighterZ from Tournaments


As the arguable breakout hit in the fighting game community in 2018 (and for games as a whole this year), Dragon Ball FighterZ dominated the conversation at events such as EVO 2018 this year. However, while the game has built up popularity among fighting game enthusiasts, Toei Animation — the IP-holder to Dragon Ball — has commented in the building criticisms on why the game hasn’t appeared in more fighting game tournaments and events.

On the official Toei Animation Twitter account, the company replied that it had “no knowledge about preventing DBFZ tournaments” in response to a fan comment about the apparent “blocking” of Dragon Ball FighterZ from competitive events:

While Dragon Ball FighterZ appeared at EVO this past summer, notably the game was left out of EVO Japan’s roster for the tournament coming up in February, alongside the recent newcomer Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

This led to speculation that Dragon Ball FighterZ‘s lack of appearances at recent fighting game tournaments may be the result of barring from the right holders of the Dragon Ball franchise, which is split between a few different entities such as Bandai Namco, Toei Animation, and Shueisha.

Most fingers with the fighting game community were pointed at Toei Animation, the current license holder for Dragon Ball. This wasn’t a complete shot in the dark — Toei has in the past gotten Japan’s Embassy to request that the Mexican Government block an illegal broadcast of Dragon Ball Super from being publicly broadcast in Mexico.

While there is always the possibility that Toei Animation’s comment could mostly just be a blanket statement coming from the company’s PR-facing side, hopefully we’ll see some of the situation regarding Dragon Ball FighterZ‘s presence in fighting game events change, given its increasing popularity in the FGC scene.

With both Aksys and Toei theoretically out of the question, why is Dragon Ball FighterZ being pulled? That is unclear. The best guesses would be related to the game’s developer Arc System Works or publisher Bandai Namco. We have reached out to representatives of both companies for comment on the situation.

Dragon Ball FighterZ is still listed as an event at Combo Breaker, but we’ll have to see if that tournament follows the same fate. In the meantime, Dragon Ball FighterZ is currently available on Nintendo Switch, PC, PS4, and Xbox One, and you can check out the DualShockers review. If you aren’t too concerned about the competitive scene, you can grab the game on Amazon now.

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DualShockers’ Game of the Year 2018 Staff Lists — Jordan’s Top 10


As 2018 comes to a close, DualShockers and our staff are reflecting on this year’s batch of games and what were their personal highlights within the last year. Unlike the official Game of the Year 2018 awards for DualShockers, there are little-to-no-rules on our individual Top 10 posts. For instance, any game — not just 2018 releases — can be considered.


The past couple of years have been this sort of Japanese reawakening in gaming for me. From turn-based JRPGs, fighting games, action-hunting, and so many more, Japanese developers have come to introduce and reintroduce tons of beloved characters that continue to define what makes gaming so great. It’s not only been a pleasure covering many of these titles, but also playing them alongside many of you.

With 2019 on the horizon, it’s never been a better time to be into this subculture of gaming (fingers crossed for more on Final Fantasy VII Remake). So without further ado, I present my personal top 10 favorite games of 2018. Some omissions may come as a surprise to many, and it was certainly difficult narrowing things down, but I’m confident I’ve chosen the 10 titles that left the biggest impact on me. Please enjoy!

10. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate seems like an unfair pick in my mind since it’s obviously the game that’s freshest in my mind. But, there’s something to be said at the ridiculous amount of fun a Smash Bros. game can provide, whether you’re playing for fun or competitively. As soon as I gathered around the couch to play with some longtime friends of mine, I knew Super Smash Bros. Ultimate would provide years of enjoyment…and even more arguments. But I wouldn’t have it any other way.

Check out the DualShockers review of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

9. Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age

Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age delivered a turn-based JRPG experience that I’ve been craving for years. While the series’ popularity has fluctuated in the west for some time, I think it’s safe to say that it’s back in full force. Dragon Quest XI is so incredibly big, and with a cast that’s absolutely lovable, this one is an easy recommendation to old fans and new ones. Final Fantasy and Persona better watch out: Dragon Quest is back and it’s out for blood.

Check out the DualShockers review of Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age.

8. Shenmue I & II HD

Shenmue‘s certainly a series that means multiple things to many different people. For me, the original titles provided a sense of scale and storytelling that I had previously never seen in my life. How could a video game offer an experience that’s so immersive? Seeing these titles get a re-release was an absolute treat and going through them again is nothing short of an absolute nostalgia trip. Any gamer who appreciates the history of the medium, or fans of the Yakuza series, should check out this HD collection.

7. Monster Hunter: World

Monster Hunter: World has solidified itself as one of Capcom’s greatest series. With World, the series has finally been adapted for modern hardware and it’s never looked, or played, better. I won’t soon forget overcoming the tremendously large Anjanath for the first time in this game, and only going up from there. There’s no doubt in my mind that I’ll be revisiting this title throughout 2019, and I can’t wait to see where it’s upcoming expansion takes us next in late 2019.

Check out the DualShockers review of Monster Hunter: World.

6. Fighting EX Layer

Fighting EX Layer

As I became more accustomed to the fighting game genre than ever before in 2018, Fighting EX Layer entered the scene and I almost instantaneously fell in love with its cast of characters. While many of these fighters haven’t seen the light of day since the Street Fighter EX series, they’re all back now in full force. Fighting EX Layer is a labor of love and it still has so much room to grow. I enjoyed playing hours of online battles in this one, and can’t wait to see what Arika does with the game in the coming months and years.

5. Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom

Level-5’s Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom did away with many of the first game’s original gameplay mechanics. While in most cases that would totally hamper a sequel to another beloved game, Revenant Kingdom is actually an equally amazing game. It offers a varied experience that’s a heartwarming Ghibli-esque tale alongside fun and engaging action-RPG gameplay. At around 30 hours long, Ni no Kuni II is a solid recommendation to anyone looking for a very doable JRPG experience that’ll offer enjoyment in every moment.

Check out the DualShockers review of Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom.

4. Castlevania Requiem: Symphony of the Night & Rondo of Blood

A Konami game in my top 10? I sure am surprised. I should say that Rondo of Blood is partly to blame here. This incredible collection offers two of Castlevania‘s best, Symphony of the Night, and Rondo of Blood. I had never experienced Rondo of Blood before and it completely took me by surprise. It’s so freaking hard for Castlevania noobs like myself, but in return, it has the most refined and rewarding gameplay of the pre-Metroidvania era. Whether you’re revisiting these titles or not, it’s definitely worth checking this rad collection out.

3. Red Dead Redemption 2

What more can be said about Red Dead Redemption 2? I don’t consider myself a Rockstar fan at all, and yet the Red Dead series has always stuck out to me. While I was initially skeptical after finding out Red Dead Redemption 2 would be a prequel to the first — after seeing the credits roll, I wouldn’t have had it any other way.

Red Dead Redemption 2 had me thinking about video games in ways that I haven’t before. The attention to detail in every instance of the moment-to-moment gameplay is astonishing. Again, Rockstar has raised the bar in terms of what a AAA title can be and because of that, I will never forget my journey with Arthur Morgan and John Marston.

Check out the DualShockers review of Red Dead Redemption 2.

2. Octopath Traveler

Octopath Traveler

Octopath Traveler came as a shock to me. It offered something both wildly unique and familiar at the same time. With its incredibly stylized graphics, refined turn-based combat, and beautiful score, Octopath Traveler is a JRPG wet dream on the Switch. It’s exactly what I was waiting for on the handheld-console hybrid.

While its story leaves more to be desired, the unique gameplay designs carry this game to the finale. I loved exploring the world, experimenting with my party members, and taking on beautifully-illustrated enemies. Octopath is proof that the creativity behind game creation is still thriving, and even older game elements can be revived in new and exciting ways.

Check out the DualShockers review of Octopath Traveler.

1. Dragon Ball FighterZ

Dragon Ball FighterZ

Arc System Works has created the best Dragon Ball Z game of all time with Dragon Ball FighterZ. The game recreates the iconic visuals of Akira Toriyama’s original work with environments and character models that are brought to life through masterful animation. There’s not a single game on the market right now that’s as visually-engaging as Dragon Ball FighterZ. 

Whether you’re a fan of the Budokai series or Guilty Gear, Dragon Ball FighterZ offers a simplistic pick-up-and-play control scheme that’s given an impressive amount of depth through additional mechanics, making it a staple in the fighting game community. I’ve sunk more than 300 hours into this title in 2018 alone and I plan on doing so much more with it in 2019. I’m still growing, still getting better, and I’m still not tired of seeing the Ultimate techniques I’ve viewed hundreds of times by now.

I love this game so much, and it brought me right back to my childhood watching anime on Toonami every Saturday. It’s easily a step above the rest for me personally; the bar has been set, and I’m honestly not sure if anyone but Arc System Works can top it.

Check out the DualShockers review of Dragon Ball FighterZ.


Check out the other DualShockers’ staff Top 10 lists and our official Game of the Year Awards:

December 17: DualShockers Game of the Year Awards 2018
December 18: Lou Contaldi, Editor in Chief // Logan Moore, Reviews Editor
December 19: Ryan Meitzler, Features Editor // Tomas Franzese, News Editor
December 20: 
Reinhold Hoffmann, Community Manager
December 21: 
 Scott Meaney, Community Director // Ben Bayliss, Staff Writer
December 22: 
Ben Walker, Staff Writer // Chris Compendio, Staff Writer
December 23: 
Grant Huff, Staff Writer
December 26: 
Iyane Agossah, Staff Writer // Jordan Boyd, Staff Writer
December 27: 
Max Roberts, Staff Writer // Michael Ruiz, Staff Writer 
December 28: 
Noah Buttner, Staff Writer // Rachael Fiddis, Staff Writer 
December 29: 
Steven Santana, Staff Writer // Tanner Pierce, Staff Writer
December 30: 
Travis Verbil, Staff Writer // Zack Potter, Staff Writer

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