Mixed or average reviews- based on 61 Ratings
Oct 25, 2011Ultimate disappointment, ultimate letdown. I have played all dragon Ball fighting games, including SuperNinendo, PlayStation 1, 2, and 3, Saturn, Xbox360 even Arcade editions- This is the most boring and horrible of all times. Gameplay is terrible, almost depressing. It is not fan like Budokai 2 and 3, it has not the freedom and depth of tenkaichi 3. The only good thing about this game are the visuals, and even this is arguable. The story mode is as boring as counting clouds, repetitive, slow... What the **** is this, seriously. Please give us a Tenkaichi 3 in HD. I want my money back.… Full Review »
Dec 9, 2011This has to be one of the worst Dragonball Z games i have ever played, and i have played most of them since i was so willing to buy this despite the Â£38 price tag (Buyers remorse)
Positives first, the graphics are nice, good scenery, good models, good effects on the ki charging and the power ups and the energy attacks, but that is it.
The negatives, well lets just say everything else is a negative.
There is no freedom in the fighting, you are almost forced to continuously use combo attacks which initiate themselves after the shorts amount of punching (3) this is the only was to gather enough energy to fire up a Kamehameha wave, which is sad because the amount of damage the punches do means the fight is almost over after 2 Kamehameha waves.
the camera is shoddy and the story is horrendously boring, don't get me wrong i love DBZ and the story, but something is missing here.
the world travelling system is boring too, and pointless. The fights are always the same no matter who you are and you are always forced to do the same horrible combo's (watching goku chase after a number of different enemies he has just punched becomes boring even before the end of the saiyan saga.
All in all, a boring game unfortunatly, DBZ raging blast series was better, and burst limit was better than that.… Full Review »