Summary: There are some glitches and bugs but this is probably the best dbz game of all time. There is an incredibly huge selection of characters from kui to broly. The gameplay is what you would expect from this prestigious series and nothing less. A typical stress releaving button mashing Dbz game and nothing more to it. The storyline is pretty much the anime storyline. The graphics are good for a ps2 game and the sound is good as well.
Summary: If your a fan of DB,DBZ, or DBGT, I would totally recommend this to you. If youve had Tenkaichi 2, you should know how to play. This game, is so far the best dragon ball z game ever made. I hope Ultimate Tenkaichi is gonna be alot like this. If you have a choice of this or another fighting game, youll probaly want this instead.
Summary: When I first bought this game I thought that it would be an average game, and it is awesome! With over 150 characters to play as I couldn't stop playing. The graphics were great, gameplay was awesome. The controls were hard at first but since I played it for a year it I got the hang of it finally. The giant battles are fun but I really dont like the unlockables. The tag team battles are long but good when you can do fusion.
Summary: Although I haven't played Burst Limit, I consider this to be the best overall game in the series. the graphics are great, gameplay is awesome, and... well, the music could be better. It would be nice if they took some of the music from the US released movies and put them on the next game (If there is one), but other than that, greatest game ever! For newbies, the game controls can get a little frustrating in combat.
Summary: I used to be in love with DBZ and saw the game used for cheap so bought it. After beating the game in three days I thought I would be disappointed but I was not. You are able to unlock what seems to be all the characters in the show, and the Transformations are AWESOME. You can even choose early, mid and late style people. Example: early Goku can use KaoKan Late Goku can go SSJ4 so you have many different choices in characters. Now the VS.
Summary: This is definetly a game to pick up if you're a fan of the series or just fighting games. Graphics: The in-game graphics look very good for the PS2, and are very seldom glitchy. The look and feel of the characters definitely resembles the anime. Challenge: Definitely a difficult game, no matter what setting you put it on. With a large amount of different characters with different moves and strengths, it can be quite a challenge to defeat and master them all.