Summary: This review is on behalf of my three sons who says the games is great, and they enjoy playing it, but two sons say its not as good as a couple of other games we have, One son likes it a lot, so hence they have agreed that the rating is about 4 stars..
Summary: amazing! the graphies is awesome. one thing bad is no kid trunks and kid goten. but you can create a fighter kinda like wwe games. main story is awesome. the hero mode is a story for a created fighter only. it is cool but kind of hard even when is on easy.
Summary: Hi! I did read a lot of reviews of this game before my purchase, and most of them, was a lot of bad comments of this game. But I took the risk and in my point of view, if you are a really fan, you will enjoy this game! You will find a lot of fun in history mode, here you will face a lot of the characters of Dragon Ball Z and you will be able to evolve and to earn the fighting style of your opponents.
Summary: This game has superior graphics and features, but it seriously lacks characters. There is no SS4 or original Gotenks, Gogeta, or Vegito. It's ridiculous. The create a saiyan is AMAZING allowing you to change your name and appearance at any time. I just wish they broadened it to where you can choose a race, sex, color of saiyans hair, etc. Overall, story is fun, but hero modes story is weak and some of the dialogue is a little too lame. No hardcore dialogue at all.
Summary: I like DBZ and I like gaming. I'm going to give it to you straight, with a review of the experience as a whole and a review of the different gaming aspects individually. Here goes; Individual Gaming Aspects 1. Graphics- The best of any DBZ game hands down. The character models don't look 100% anime-like, and to my surprise, I actually like it better this way. Melee and Specials(whether regular or ultimate) really capture the epicness of the series.
Summary: By now, you should know what to expect from a Dragon Ball Z game. Ever since Spike introduced "Budokai Tenkaichi" to the world, DBZ games have fundamentally not changed from entry to entry. Exceptions to that rule are the excellent handheld entries (Legacy of Goku, DB Origins, Attack of the Saiyans), as well as fun, one-off anomalies like Dragon Ball: Revenge of King Piccolo or Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit.
Summary: It is a decent game. Not great but not bad. Simple to play and easy to enjoy. So good for someone that is just getting into games and likes DBZ. Hard core fans of fighting games might not like it as it is fairly simple.
Summary: I think my title kind of sums up the fighting in this game, however that does not mean it's a bad thing. This game does require a lot of luck, however there are moments where skill is required, so I suppose that it combines the two to make some unique game play. I am a very big fan of the anime/manga of Dragonball Z. I don't think words do it justice. I have owned most Dragonball Z games since Final Bout.