Excerpt: Dragon Ball Z is one of the few series who could keep me away from the computer when I was a kid. I could really enjoy those immensely violent cartoons, even though I didn’t understand a word they said because it was all in French. What I did understand was who were the good and the bad guys.
Excerpt: If there is one thing the Tenkaichi series has been good about, it's been accurately duplicating the look and feel of not only the characters in the DBZ series, but also the fast-paced and high-impact fights themselves. Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3 is no exception.
Summary: DBZ: Budokai Tenkaichi 3 delivers an extreme 3D fighting experience, improving upon last year's game with over 150 playable characters, enhanced fighting techniques, beautifully refined effects and shading techniques, making each character's effects more realistic, and over 20 battle stages.
Excerpt: Crouching Tiger, Hidden Control-Scheme. I have a confession to make. This game confuses me. Like the cartoon and manga upon which the game is based, I don’t quite get it. I feel a bit like the 80-year-old who insists on calling Transformers “Transformerbots” or calling Pokémon “Pokey Mans”.
Conclusion: What Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3 lacks in innovation it makes up for with quality. This is undoubtedly the best anime fighter available and subtle tweaks have made it better than its previous installments (even if only slightly).
Excerpt: OVERVIEW With a name like Dragonball Z - Budokai Tenkaichi 3, you expect bold things, and boy does this game deliver. I am about to step forth and utter the ultimate blasphemy, but I was never a big fan of Dragonball Z.
Excerpt: There’s an extremely good chance you’ve at least heard of Dragon Ball Z. One of the most popular manga and anime series in the world, Akira Toriyama’s creation has stood the test of time, and has captivated viewers and readers with powering up for nearly two decades in Japan, and just over a decade...