Reviews and Problems with Dragon Ball GT: Transformation
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Dragon Ball GT: Transformation
3 January 2006
Summary: Another formula game set in the massive Dragon Ball universe.
Pros: A good Dragon Ball GT package featuring many secrets to unlock; good sound effects and music represent the Dragon Ball experience.
Cons: Uninspired backgrounds and repetitive enemies take away from the visual accomplishments of the game; levels are too alike and enemies too repetitive; replaying to unlock all of the secrets may be painful for some.
Excerpt: Dragon Ball GT: Transformation is a Final Fight-style beat-'em-up set in the universe of the popular Dragon Ball GT cartoon series. The game doesn't bring anything new to the this genre, but its rock-solid design and succulent visuals should be more than enough to satisfy Dragon Ball fans that are looking for some on-the-go butt-kicking. You can swap teammates at any time. There are nine characters to pick from.
Pros: Solid beat-'em-up design, Beautiful environments and characters, Flexes GBA visual effects, Fun multiplayer modes