Reviews and Problems with Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi
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Fun, but disappointing
20 March 2014
Summary: This game brings a style of gameplay not seen before in the DBZ video game franchise, however it quickly becomes repetitive and stale compared to the fighting styles presented in other DBZ games. Save your time and money if you're looking for a quality game to enjoy with friends, because the small character selection and anti-climatic storyline is not worth it
it is a complete fail in comparison to its predecessor
24 September 2013
Summary: I have played it for a week and have completely lost interest, the battle style has a complete lack of creativity and randomness to confuse your opponent. What kept me playing for the week was the create a character mode, but lost its flavor when missions became repetitive.
Summary: It's the first time I play a DBZ game, I was expecting something more entertaining, or at least more difficult. Something Naruto games style which is easy but the cut videos and the way the story goes is very entertaining, this game is not. The story I already know it, but it is not engaging is boring, and the controls are the most repetitive thing ever, not even, Naruto feels so repetitive and that's a one button combat game.
Summary: Ok the new fight mechanics take 80%of the skill out of the fighting. its all button masking and reading your opponent like rock paper scissors. good idea separating melee range and blast ranges. good idea creating a character, but they limit it so constrictively! there are three sizes pf fighters to choose from, and they are all saiyan. don't even get your hopes up that you can change your hair through transforming.
Summary: I'll sum this up simply. Story mode is great, but brings nothing really new to the series. Combat is TERRIBLE, it's entirely possible for the weakest characters to dominate the strongest. Broly vs. Tien is a match that could go either way because of the 50/50 combat chance system. Hero Mode is extremely interesting and brings a new idea to the drawing board for future games, but because of the combat system it's wasted on this game.
Summary: I really wish I’d read the reviews before buying this game (rather than just looking at the overall ratings). I can understand why you might give if 2-3 stars because of the graphics, but seriously this is supposed to be a fighting game. Fighting games’ primary goal should be the game play, and the game play in Ultimate Tenkaichi IS TERRIBLE!!! Do you want to know how to complete this game as Goku, simple: push Square X 3, then any direction on L stick + Square.
The crazy fights made DBZ what it is but this game lacks it...
Gk Edwards "GarryKE", amazon.co.uk
14 November 2013
Summary: I bought this game expecting the fast paced craziness in a fighter that Budokai Tenkaichi 2 had and I'm really disappointed. The quick-time events are dull and half the fights are taken up with short CGI videos. If you want to play the fights like the older Budokai Tenkaichi games then get one of them. This won't deliver it to you. On the other hand the personal hero was semi fun. It probably needed a few more choices but it was okay.
Summary: I began playing this game with high hopes, I'll admit it was fun at first and the graphics are definitely the best I've ever seen in a Dragonball game, but it plays so much like a movie and you'll be doing the same moves so many times it very easily becomes repetitive, and why are there only 40 characters? Raging Blast 2 came out years before and has way more characters that all have good things about them.
Summary: I played Dragon Ball Z: Shin Budokai 2 on my PSP, and I was expecting something like that I guess. Fighting style is the worst, not much to do, always the same, and I got bored really fast. The story is ok, I liked the fact that the game shows some of the series shorts mixed with the game, that was cool. The story is long, I like that, u get lots of chars. But besides from that, game is not challenging and boring.