Reviews and Problems with Dragon Ball: Raging Blast 2
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A small step forward, and over 9000 steps backward...
John Clayton III, amazon.co.uk
29 December 2010
Summary: Oh dear... just when things were looking up for the long suffering, deeply inconsistent Dragonball games series. Raging Blast 1 was a massive step in the right direction from the truly awful Burst Limit that preceded it, taking the excellent Budokai Tenkaichi series of games and updating them for the current generation of consoles worked out incredibly well last year, so with some refinement, this sequel should easily have delivered the definitive Dragonball game...
Summary: This game is overly priced for what you get. The graphics and battlefields are an improvement, however after playing the game for an hour it got increasingly boring. The special attacks mostly cut to a small scene where it wipes out the opponent, but for most of them it seems the same. Transforming takes too long especially when you have to press R2 and then another button in order to choose which form to go to.
Summary: je suis fan de la série et c est pour ça que je l'ai acheté, mais ce jeu est une grosse M---- pour rester poli, ce mode galaxie me gonfle, il y a rien de plus gavant dans un jeu de baston que de jouer avec la barre de vie proche de zero ou qui diminue constamment, sans oublier cette caméra que je trouve injouable, c est tellement le bordel que l'on ne sait même pas ou se trouve son adversaire.