Summary: When my brother came home with this title, my first thought was "Eh, i don't fee like another Z game is in the cards for me", but i still gave it a shot. And boy, that shot must of had some oomph to it, cause what i found is one of the greatest fighting games, never mind Dragonball Z,i've ever played Gameplay With all the freedom this game gives you, you'll never want to go back to a Budokai title again. Tenkaichi has opened up the battlefield.
Summary: Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 3, is said to be the best of the series and possibly of all the DBZ games. The game has countless characters, different levels, more fighting abilities, and more capsules to help you out during battles. Not to mention the graphics are amazing for the PS2 and the voices were nearly perfect when it came to acting! Guess what? NOW you can fly but its more like your on the ground but your just in the air..
Summary: This is a fantastic game,it not only improves every time, but it keeps it's originality, which some sequels lose. Giving the player more freedom in story mode, is just one of the pleasures you will enjoy while playing this game. It retains it's original format of battle, but it gives you more characters and skills, having you differ from a defensive fighter, blaster, or phyical all out fighter.
Summary: This game is cool. They've added some stuff to the fighting system, such as dodging and teleportation, as well as some new characters, such as Kid Goku. The only complaint I have is it could've used some more unlockables. If you're a DBZ fan, get this.
Summary: I must say that I was very Impressed with Dragon Ball Z Budikai 3. I am a DBZ fan, but I was still able to rate this game fairly. The first two DBZ games were good but this one actually feels like the show. From the punches to the energy blasts it just kept getting cooler. Even the way the energy surrounds your body is cool. Fighting is just so fun on this game and with forty charcters to choose from it stays fun.
Summary: Atari and Dimps have once again tried their best to give Dragon Ball Z fans a decent fighting game based on the series. It appears that they have finally reached that success with Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 3. I am a fan of the series and of all fighting games (except for "Fight Club"), so I have played every Budokai game and even used to own Final Bout for the PS1. The two prevoius Budokai games were good and stayed true to the series, but they just didn't feel complete.
Summary: So far this is the best yet especially with the saiyan overdrive system, teleports pursues and the hyper mode, but it is a bit more difficult to activate the ultimate attacks, and the only other problem is that we need to be able to jump Once we have that it will be perfect.