Reviews and Problems with Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit
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Basically, a remade version of the first Budokai.
Michael Kobrinetz, Amazon
2 February 2013
Summary: This game was a major dissapointment to me as a DBZ fan, my biggest complaint, is that the characters that are involved in this game are the exact same roster as the first Budokai game. Aside from the fact that Broly, and Bardock are playable. Overall, my experience with this game was very short lived, the games online feature was boring, and could've had a lot more effort put into it.
Summary: I think this game is not so good. I mean you get Goku Super Saiyan and Teen Gohan Super Saiyan and Super Sayian 2 etc. But Goku only has 1 super saiyan! The older games before this even had goku super saiyan 2! Plus no Vegito or Gogeta.
Not a Good Dragonball Z Game for Fans of the PS2 Games
G. Bunker, Amazon
6 October 2010
Summary: I grew up playing Dragonball Z Budokai, and later Dragonball Z Tenkaichi, on PS2. Thinking that this would be a continuation of those games, I bought it and was sorely disappointed. The combat system of the Budokai and Tenkaichi games, while certainly evolving while on the PS2, was mostly the same; any changes were easily learned with just a few practice matches. This game, however, has a completely different combat system, a system that I, personally, dislike.
Ryan L. Lopees "Read more at www.GameTechWorl..., Amazon
27 June 2008
Summary: What did they do to my precious DBZ fighting game series? Okay, it looks beautiful. I will admit that. I've heard people say "It's so nice looking that it looks like your are controlling the Anime itself". Well, the graphics actually blow the decade old animation out of the water. It would be nice to see the series re-done using this level of animation. And the positive reviews stop here. I'm an avid fan of the DBZ series.
Summary: I played Dragon Ball Z: Shin Budokai 2 on my PSP, and I was expecting something like that I guess. The fighting style is similar but there is lack of some features like charging KI and KI rush that made this type of fighting actually good. Also I hate that there is absolutely any type of character customization at all. I love to make my chars stronger, and here there is nothing like that, just some crappy items that are useless during the battle.
Conclusion: When i got a ps3 the first game i wanted to get was this. I was so exited, and despite being bullied by everyone i know i still got the game. Now the graphics are fantastic dont get me wrong, but it is the only reason i gave it even two stars. The gameplay is hideous, theres no sense of drama, theres no real control, its just like playing the first dragon ball z game. The strongest character in the game is vegeta *super vegeta.
Conclusion: I started playing the game and as the minutes went on, my interest in the game depleted. Unfortunately it does not live up to the expectation that many dragon ball z fans like myself had. The game itself for one is too short. The gameplay is repetitive and after a while seems to lack serious imagination. The tenkaichi series however was much better.
Conclusion: i was gettin well into this game, lovin it!!! then suddenly the final credits come up. it dnt even have the best saga of the series in it, the majin buu saga. so you also don't have alot of the charcters or transformations that appear in that saga either. dnt get me wrong the gameplay is really good, best of the dbz games so far but whyever did they stop after the cell saga, it seems lyk a prologue, as in a lil demo of the game to be released in the future, so therefore...
Summary: Gameplay of this DBZ game is amazingly fun and is very captivating.. However!!! for a ps3 game to not go through all the sagas- THOROUGHLY
disappointed :( Also, the story mode wasn't quite as I had expected… All it was, was
pictures, no RPG map at all.