Reviews and Problems with Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi
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Value for money 5
A One Button Punch Line
13 February 2012
Excerpt: DBZ holds a special place in the nostalgia center of my heart, so of course I'm excited when I hear of any form of new DBZ media. This goes double for games due to my love of gaming and the ability to enjoy the game with friends.
Conclusion: The game is average, it has a smaller roster then most of the recent Dragon Ball fighting games, and the gameplay is very limited however it is the first outing with this new battle system so I look forward to seeing what they can do by improving upon it.
Excerpt: Over the years, Dragon Ball Z games have managed to entertain throngs of anime fans, even though the series went through its most popular anime run years ago. Namco Bandai must have a heavy reliance on this, because it’s back with yet another game in the series, Ultimate Tenkaichi.
Excerpt: I want to make one thing immediately clear, I am not a game reviewer who automatically discounts a game because it is based on the Dragon Ball Z universe. In fact I’m a huge fan of Dragon Ball, I own the entire unedited series on DVD.
Summary: Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi er, næsten alene på grund af den visuelle fremstilling, et must for alle Dragon Ball fans.Det er et utrolig flot og fængende kampspil, med en historie der gør det til andet og mere end et trivielt slå-på-tæven spil.