Reviews and Problems with Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 2
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30 June 2014
Summary: First off, the game is very fun. Dragon World mode does require more thinking than that of other games as well as asking more from the gamer through its difficulty and strategy. Dueling mode is excellent. As you unlock characters in Dragon World, you may use them in any other mode of the game. It is also very easy to achieve super saiyan and SSJ2. Training and practice is what it is.
Summary: I have played several of the DBZ games and I still think this one is the best. The gameplay is challenging but not overly complex, the storyline is fun, the comentary (while cheesy) is entertaining and you never get bored playing it.
Summary: My sons love it and my daughter sometimes join in to play with them on co-play / two player by hooking up an extra controller. The characters respond well to the controller and the graphics are clear and the colors vibrant. Voice acting and sound are excellent in my opinion. My kids are happy so i am glad i bought them.
Summary: I bought this item for my lil cuzin that had seen it. So went ahead a got it for him. By the way it was so cheap i believe i paid less than 5 bucks. I ask him the other day wats up with the game and he was happy and told me, "now that u mention it, im gonna go play it"
Summary: This game is totally worth the play. My twelve year old son damaged his old copy and it was a must that it be replaced. He has played this game with passion and continues to do so every chance he gets. Worth every penny.
Summary: Great game, I enjoyed it when I owned it before. I enjoyed the storyline. Missed the Original Budakai cinematics with this one. They added a board game type storyline and I don't know how I feel.
Summary: Right off the bat this game does almost everything wrong... The combat is dumbed down from the original Butokai, forcing an unnecessary and tedious RPG element. The difficulty is horribly scaled and no preset difficulty option exists. The game strays as far as it can from the story without straying far enough to make the game a unique and enjoyable experience.