Reviews and Problems with Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi
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Not the best budokai
20 December 2013
Summary: This game I believe was a rushed project. Not much to say except controls are bad(I couldn't even finish the tutorial),It takes forever to defeat an opponent, & in hero mode you can only pick a male saiyan as your character.
Summary: Being a huge fan of DBZ I was excited to get to see what one of the latest installments had to offer. Particularly I was exceptionally excited to learn that this particular game boasted a character creation mode but my excitement stopped once I actually started playing the game. Don't get me wrong, the graphics are probably the most gorgeous I have seen out of any DBZ fighting game I have played thus far and the soundtrack definitely feels like it was ripped right from...
Summary: The Video game itself wasn't that bad but I never really got to play it because there was a problem with the video display. The game was flashing and blinking in black and white so it was very frustrating to attempt to play to I eventually stopped playing it. The amazon service and delivery was good but I would have appreciated a working game. But on a positive note the graphics of the game were awesome and the boss battles were intense.
Summary: This game is decent at best but me being a huge Dragon Ball Z fan I like it. The graphics are great and hero mode was awesome but the game play isn't that good. It gets kinda boring after a while because it feels like you're doing the same thing every fight, and the characters all feel the same. Same animation flow no matter what character you choose.
Summary: I know a lot of people hated this game. To me it wasn't that bad. I only disliked three things in this game: 1- Gameplay depends on luck not skill... although I do enjoy playing it. 2- The charactor roster is messed up. 3- Character creation is too limited.
Summary: The effects are good, but the fight itself it's some boring; it's to expensive for that. The campaing is long, but it seems the same fights always. The characters must be combos unique moves like Mortal Kombat and not only with the special moves, that just need to grow the Ki and move R down; It's too simple! But the effects are amazing!
Summary: Definitely not as good as it's predecessors. Still a fun game, but I was not excited playing it - not like the older versions. I did like the fact that you could make your own character but there wasn't much freedom. The controls aren't nearly as polished (from what I remember) from the last 2 Tenkaichi games either.