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  • Summary: In Dragon Ball: Origins 2, players battle through the Red Ribbon Army saga covering Goku’s first encounters with the nefarious Red Ribbon Army up to the resurrection of Upa’s father, a member of the native tribe who serve as the guardians of the mystical Korin Tower. The new action-adventure game includes an array of features including the ability to play as different characters along the way and the option to team up with a friend for co-op multiplayer challenges. [Namco Bandai Games] Expand
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  1. A must-own for Dragon Ball fans.
  2. Dragon Ball Origins 2 its a nice follow-up to the 2008 original game. It has a better storyline and the same gameplay style, but unfortunately, Game Republic doesn't fix the controls and there are some problems related with the framerate.
  3. Dragon Ball fans with something to prove, though, should find themselves right at home. [July 2010, p.85]
  4. Overall, even considering the frustrations, this game is above average and if you love the source material you're going to love the game even more.
  5. Why can't film tie-ins be as nicely done as this anime spin-off, eh? [Aug 2010, p.73]
  6. Aside from the actual battle sequences themselves, Dragon Ball Origins 2 reeks with a lack of polish and feels aesthetically bland at times.
  7. Unless you're a die-hard fan, there's no reason to pick this one up.

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