Reviews and Problems with Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit
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Almost, but not quite
2 June 2013
Summary: Coming from the budokai series, I was more hoping for that feel. The combos and tactics and even more strategy are a nice touch to the budokai series, that I feel that burst limit lacks. When going against computer enemies, they will block most of the time, making combos incredibly hard to master because the amount of practice you acquire from fighting them is minimal. I would compare this more to a tenkaichi series game.
Summary: This game is a fantastic very fun game the only problem is that it has almost no characters and it only goes up to the cell saga . I recommend this game because it is very very fun but if you like a lot of characters (like me) only buy it if you can get a good deal.
Summary: The game itself was in pretty good shape. I didn't like that the game case was damaged and I wasn't aware of that at the time of purchase. I like all my cases to be in tact and whole. But I love the game!
Summary: This game had some of the nicest graphics out of all the DBZ games to this date. The graphics made by Spike for Tenkaichi and Ultimate Tenkaichi (manga style) were garbage. Dimps used the cel-shaded graphics for this one. The sound quality was excellent as well. Combat is fast and fluid and does not suffer from a complicated control scheme, camera glitches, or zone walls like in Tenkaichi/Raging Blast.
Summary: I'm not an expert on gameplay, but I have a great time actually playing it. It has pretty simple controls, and game mechanics. I've only had this game for about two weeks, but I'm doing pretty well in Very Hard mode, earning a Z rating on all levels so far except for one level (fighting that bastard Frieza!!!). The reason fans dump on this game is that it is more like a fighting game than a DBZ simulator like the Tenkaichi series.
Summary: Awesome game. However lacks in amount of playable characters, story depth could have been better. Needs to have a bit more customizations. The offline multi-player is great, the online multi-player can be a bit laggy from time to time, often occurring right before a super move.
Summary: If you are a DBZ fan this game will entertain you. However it is Very short and Is over in just a couple sittings. This game only goes to the cell saga which is a bummer but some extra characters do make their way into the end. I would recommend this for anyone who is a fan of the series or games. But don't get your expectations too high.