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xQc rages after Dragon Ball Z game crashes at the worst moment possible

by Michael Gwilliam
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Twitch streamer Felix ‘xQc’ Lengyel’s power level may have peaked at over 9000 while playing the latest anime game: Dragon Ball Z Kakarot.

Lengyel, who was loving the game and watching the anime at the same time, finally reached a portion in the story where main protagonist Goku transforms into a Super Saiyan - a powerful evolved form with iconic blonde hair.

Kakarot follows the events of the main Dragon Ball Z anime. Goku’s transformation, which xQc had been waiting to see, occurs after one of the villains Frieza kills the character of Krillin.

Twitch's xQc is overjoyed at Goku became a Super Saiyan (SSJ) in Dragon Ball Z
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xQc is stunned at Goku's Super Saiyan transformation.

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“What? He made him implode!” xQc gasped as the scene played out. As the character of Goku began to transform into a Super Saiyan, a smile began to emerge on the streamer’s face.

“Pogchamp,” he smirked as the ground beneath Goku shook. “Oh sh*t! Finally, dude,” he grinned as Goku leveled up.

Unfortunately for xQc, before he could even lay a hand on Frieza with his new power, his game crashed.

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“Game crashed, fatal error! What the f**k happened?!” the streamer exploded with enough rage to make Broly blush. As a ‘fatal error’ message appeared on stream, Lengyel roared with anger.

“Are you kidding me, dude?! Too much power!” he screamed, seemingly implying that Goku had caused the game to break. “Too much power! F**k off.”

As it turned out, the Android saga may have begun sooner than expected, because the former Overwatch League pro began blaming “bots” to causing the game to crash.

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Luckily for the streamer, his last checkpoint wasn’t that far off from when the game froze, so he was able to get back to fighting Frieza in no time. Still, it was quite aggravating for xQc who had been waiting so long to reach that point in the game.

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is available now on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.