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Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2 (PS2) Review
16 September 2007
Summary: has a lot of gameplay potential, tons of unlockable characters, and a variety of play modes. It also is submerged in the sometimes-confusing depths that is the
license, which makes the make-or-break choice solely dependent on your enjoyment (or lack thereof) of the anime. To sum it up, if you're a
buff, you'll probably love this game. If you're not, this game will steer very clear of changing your mind.
Excerpt: Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2 continues the visually flashy and overall stunning style of the previous DBZ Budokai games. Everything from the cel-shaded characters to the huge arenas to the various special moves look and feel just like they did in the shows. Whether you are fighting on a destroyed Namek, or a peaceful mountain pass, fans of the show should be able to easily recall epic battles fought in each location.
Excerpt: 'I am stronger than you are!' 'No, I am strogner than you are!' And then the two guys start screaming and powering up, and there's a lot of fighting. Yes folks, that's my summary of the craziness that is Dragon Ball Z. But despite that, it makes a pretty fun fighting game! And once you'll read this, maybe you'll understand why.
Pros: ups: great graphics, easy-to-learn battle moves, customization