Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot‘s combat system doesn’t allow players to come up with some stylish combos, but it is flashy enough, and this should be more than enough for all fans of the show.

While stylish combos are not exactly possible in the game, it’s still possible to finish off enemies in a very epic way by triggering Super Finishes. Here’s how to do so.

How to Get Super Finishes in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot

Super Finishes are an extremely cool way to end fights in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, but they can only be activated by certain characters and only if the right conditions are met.

For starters, you can only use certain special attacks to trigger Super Finishes. All versions of Kamehameha work, with the exception of the Guided Kamehameha, as well as Goku’s Spirit Bomb, but only the two-handed, powered-up version. While attacks like Vegeta’s Big Bang Attack and Final Flash work like the Kamehameha, they cannot trigger Super Finishes, so characters like Vegeta and Piccolo cannot Super Finish enemies in any way.

Using the right Special Attack isn’t enough to trigger Super Finishes, as the character using it must also be transformed and in Surge Mode. The last enemy in the battle must also be defeated by the Special Attack, obviously.

Triggering a Super Finish, unfortunately, does not reward you in any way on Nintendo Switch. On PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, you get a trophy or achievement for triggering a Super Finish the first time, while on Switch you only get the satisfaction of having blasted away the enemy from the face of Earth!

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