Excerpt: The idea of adapting one of the Four Great Classical Novels of Chinese Literature into a videogame may sound as if it must have started out as a drunken bet, but that is exactly the challenge that British developers Ninja Theory have stepped up to with Enslaved: Odyssey to the West. The ancient and beloved tale of Monkey, Trip and their motley band of followers has been successfully adapted into all sorts of media in the past from cult TV shows to an opera, but you have...
Conclusion: But as with many other aspects, online code proved more than a little ropey on a few occasions, taking the gloss off what could have been a thoroughly entertaining aspect of the game. And that's International Cricket 2010 summed up really. A commendable effort at the basics and an improvement on the previous formula, but deeply hampered by a few baffling decisions and a noticeable lack of polish in all areas.
Excerpt: Dragon Ball fans are, for lack of better words, insatiable. Each and every year, a new DBZ themed fighting game is released. Sometimes, we get more than one. This isn't necessarily a good thing, though. Most of them are tired rehashes of the same stripped-down fighting game. Dragon Ball: Raging Blast 2 is a tired rehash of the same stripped-down fighting game that released last year. Sure, it's a pretty game.
Conclusion: It goes without saying, but Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 2 is still just a Naruto game. Full of loose, yet accessible mechanics, the game is a love letter to Naruto fans that seems to forget that it needs to complete its sentences to get its point across. While creating a memorable and faithful experience for those who love the source material, it still can’t shed its niche stigma.
Summary: Dragon Ball: Raging Blast 2 is the sequel to last year’s high-flying, fast-hitting, and intense versus battles series. Dragon Ball Z fans can rest assured that the destructible environment, and character trademark attacks and transformations will be true to the series.
Conclusion: But there isn’t much in the way of cricket games in the shops at the moment, and shop around and you’ll find it quite cheap. If you can overlook the games many poor qualities, there is a game here that is at times fun to play. This is a title more for the big cricket fans, rather than the general sports nut.
Pros: Wide variety of game types. Easy to pick up and play.
Cons: Poor finishing quality. Terrible camera. Annoying AI
Conclusion: Seit über 20 Jahren macht Dragon Ball nun schon die Welt unsicher. Seit jeher hat sich das Merchandise auch auf Konsolen jeglicher Art erstreckt, doch gerade in den letzten Jahren kamen immer wieder Beat’em’Ups für die PlayStation 2 und 3 auf den Markt. Und seit Dragon Ball Z Budokai hat sich auch nicht wirklich viel verändert.
Pros: viele Kämpfer, gute Anime-Grafik, hervorragende Atmosphäre, passende Soundkulisse, viele unterschiedliche Angriffe
Cons: schlechte Balance, kaum Langzeitmotivation, wenig Abwechslung