DRAGON BALL FighterZ PSP ISO Android | PPSSPP
After the success of the Xenoverse series, it’s time to introduce a new classic 2D DRAGON BALL fighting game for this generation’s consoles. DRAGON BALL FighterZ is born from what makes the DRAGON BALL series so loved and famous: endless spectacular fights with its all-powerful fighters. Partnering with Arc System Works, DRAGON BALL FighterZ maximizes high-end Anime graphics and brings easy to learn but difficult to master fighting gameplay to audiences worldwide.
Allows players to train and master more than one fighter/style which brings deeper gameplay.
Using the power of the Unreal engine and the talented team at Arc System Works, DRAGON BALL FighterZ is a visual tour-de-force.
Download DRAGON BALL FighterZ PSP ISO for Android
There have been numerous PSP emulators available over the years, such as UltraPSP by UltraGameEmulators, AwePSP- PSP Emulator, PPSSPP
but the one I find myself coming back to time and time again is PPSSPP
. It’s one of the most stable PSP emulators
I’ve used so far, and that’s reason enough to keep coming back. I’ve used it on a Samsung Galaxy S8, HTC 10, Pixel, Mi note4 and LG G5 with no issues. Plus, it’s free.
There’s a legal gray area when it comes to downloading ISOs due copyright and intellectual property issues. As such, we can’t link out to any specific ISOs or even to download sites. If you were to google Emuparadise or CoolROM to look up PSP games, though, we certainly wouldn’t stop you.
Once you’ve picked a site, look up a game you’re interested in playing and download it. Technically, you should have a physical copy of the game you want to play, so proceed with caution. Read the prompts carefully, and make sure you select the right download link on the page. Once it starts downloading, you should see the downloading icon in your status bar, and you can keep track of the download’s progress in your notification tray.
Once your file has been downloaded, make sure that the file size in your device matches the one that’s posted on the site. After that’s been verified, proceed to the next step.
Extract the DRAGON BALL FighterZ Game File
Once you’ve downloaded the game, you’ll have to extract the RAR, 7Z, ZIP, etc. archive to access the ISO file. You will need to install an Android app that will extract RAR, 7Z, ZIP, etc. archive file types, such as the free Easy Unrar, Unzip & Zip utility, ZArchiver
- Open Zarchiver.
- Scroll down and tap on the Download folder.
- Tap on the archive file for your game to check the box.
- Tap on the “Extract” button.
- On the popup, tap the file again to check it yet again.
- Tap on “Extract” one more time.
Once the folder is done extracting, scroll through the files inside to make sure there are no other files that need to be extracted. If you find another archive file, make sure to extract it as well. Once you see the ISO file, you can exit Zarchiver.
Start the Game DRAGON BALL FighterZ
The hard part is out of the way, so now it’s time to play! Open up PPSSPP, tap on the control pad symbol, then select “Games.” Select “the “Home” button, then open your Download folder. Note that you have the option of viewing your selections in a grid or list format.
In the larger green boxes (the folders), tap on the game title that you unzipped—not the actual RAR, ZIP, whatever file. It’s DRAGON BALL FighterZ.
If you only had to unzip one archive file, then you should see a cover image of your game title in a folder box. If not, tap on the game folder title again until you see the game’s cover image. Once you see the image, just tap on it to start the game.
Play DRAGON BALL FighterZ on Android
Now just sit back and enjoy the fruits of your labor. As you can see below, DRAGON BALL FighterZ is working perfectly on my device. The controls will be overlaid on top of the game itself, which is how every other video game console emulator works.
Download DRAGON BALL FighterZ PSP ISO for PC | Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10
Versions of Windows 8 and beyond provide a built-in capability of mounting ISO image files on a virtual drive. Versions of Windows 7 and require third-party software in order to create a virtual disk drive capable of mounting ISOs. Once the image is mounted onto the virtual drive, you can install a game much like using a real disk. The following methods will allow you to understand how you can create a virtual drive, how to mount an ISO image file and how to install a game from the ISO file for all versions of Windows.
Installing from a PSP ISO in Windows 8 and Beyond
Mount the ISO file onto File Explorer. File Explorer in modern Windows operating systems allows you to mount an ISO file to a virtual drive. Right-click an ISO and click on “Mount.” The ISO will automatically be mounted to a virtual drive and will open a new File Explorer window showing the ISO’s contents.
If you do not see a new window, open File Explorer by clicking on the Folder icon on the taskbar or press the ⊞ Win+E keys. In the left panel of the File Explorer window, click on “This PC” to show all drives and virtual drives.
Run the setup program. The program may feature a “Setup.exe,” “Install.exe” or “Autoexec.exe” to run the installer program. Double-click on these files to run the installer.
Follow the setup prompts to install the game. If the game requires the disk to be present for the game to run after installation, make sure the ISO is mounted in the virtual drive.