The latest Dragon Ball game released on the Switch was 'Kakarot' - a video game retelling of Goku's story in the Dragon Ball Z anime series. If you're still not sure whether this would interest you or not, then why not give the newly available demo a try.
Yep, that's right - Bandai Namco has made a "free demo" of the Switch game available via Nintendo.com and the eShop. It's available worldwide, can be downloaded right now and is about 1.7 GB in size.
If you've not played this game yet, here's how we summed it up in our Nintendo Life review:
"Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot might not do much more than retelling the story of Dragon Ball, but it does that well enough that existing fans will find joy in exploring the world and fighting iconic villains from the franchise. Despite the lack of depth to its combat and a minor internet-based technical inconvenience to work around, the game saves itself by expanding on the already massive amount of Dragon Ball lore available and giving fans the slice-of-life moments we've so sorely needed. Non-fans won't find much to love here, but it's a more than serviceable retelling of an iconic story."
If you do enjoy the demo - the full game is currently on sale for $35.99/£29.99 instead of the usual price of $59.99/£49.99.
Will you be downloading this demo on your Switch? Have you already played it? As always, leave a comment down below.