Conclusion: If youâ€™re looking for a fun action-RPG to pass some time as you travel this holiday, Dragonball Z Buuâ€™s Fury is a solid, but not mind-blowing game. I had fun with the title, despite very little prior knowledge about the series. Dragonball fans Iâ€™m sure will take a run at this from a much different perspective.
Conclusion: find pleasure from the title. One of the first things that you’ll notice is the vibrant colors and stellar graphics. For a GBA titles, Buu’s Fury uses all of the GBA’s capabilities to the max, and boy does it look good. Cities, characters, items – pretty much everything came out nearly perfect, adding great atmosphere to the settings, a hard task for a GBA developer. The fighting system, a RPG style with real-time actions, is very fun and addicting from the start.
Excerpt: The third chapter of the DBZ trilogy finally hits stores. Surprisingly, Atari didn't give this game a 'Legacy of Goku'? title, even though it is a direct continuation. I never really got into the LOG series because I thought they just lacked a point. I absolutely hated the first game in the series, which was the first DBZ game to hit stores in years. I was so excited about it being released, then I felt so robbed when I saw that it was a really dumb game.