Summary: I bought this for my lil bro and he likes it, its more of a children's game with fast and exciting graphics, I'm not much of a DBZ fan and it come mediocre for my taste. I rated it 4 stars for my taste but my brother would probably give it a ten.
Summary: I played this game for like 50 hours and still only had 53% completion total. I had just beaten the Buu saga at that point. I had not done every side objective that I had available but I did several, and had pretty good fun but it was somewhat boring because I have seen every episode from the very beginning of Dragon Ball Z to the very end of the Buu saga (and I think that might be the end of Z but I am not sure).
Summary: I love the game. The graphics are in keeping with true DBZ form and the concept of it all and extra features make it very interesting but, if it lacks anything it would be the lack of adult design. It sounds (both the music and especially the dialogue) like something for children when more than half of the DBZ fan base have already grown to young adulthood or older.
Summary: There are more installments in the Dragon Ball Z Budokai series than Lindsey Lohan has bad ideas. In other words, the Dragon Ball Z games come out basically every other year, and unless there are major changes to the fighting game, there really won't be much to go to. The Budokai series has always had slick, and well detailed cel shaded graphics, a wide varieties of moves, counter attacks and special attacks, and very fast paced action.
Pros: Amazing visuals, Intense action, Addictive gameplay, Fantastic multiplayer, Just plain fun
Summary: Not much to say really, if you're not a fan of Dragonball Z then you might as well skip this review. If you are a fan then damn, there's a ass load of fighters to choose from. Problem is, they all play the same just with different attacks. Since it's Dragonball Z, you can forget about a balanced fighting game, as characters like Broly will make everyone one below him in power will be his bitch for life.