Reviews and Problems with Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi
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Fun to play in practice mode, but not in story mode.
13 November 2011
Summary: When I got this game for Christmas by accident (expected Tenkaichi 2) I figured "Well, maybe it is as fun as the second game." then I found out that it was not what I expected. DragonBall Z Budokai Tenkaichi 1's story mode is the worst mode in the game and you have to play it in order to unlock new characters of course.
Summary: this game sucks when my cousin came over he couldn't beat raditz after 18 tries and he was freaken cryin i meen come on man this games supposed to be fun and make people happy so anyway i took the control and started playing it took me 10 tries to beat this dude i swear this may be the first time i've played tis game but i would never lie hear me out don't buy this game please.
Summary: When a friend of mine told me that a new DBZ game was coming out, I was elated. The last game that came out, Budokai 3 was one of my favorite games; however, on buying the new game, Budokai Tenkaichi, I was more than slightly disappointed. I would like to first go through the main points of the game, and then I will discus the problems I have with it.
Summary: I can't tell you how excited I was to hear that there would be a new Dragon Ball Z game for the PS2! For months I waited and then finally it was released. My girlfriend bought me this for my birthday (a mistake because I ALWAYS rent games first before buying). There's a good reason for this. Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi is mediocre at best. The control system is horrible and anyone who loved the old control system is going to be VERY disappointed.
Summary: When I first heard of the new dbz game Tenkaichi, I couldn't wait for the game to be released. I got on line just to see some of the stuff the game had to offer and I must say I was excited about what I saw on a couple of websites. I did start to get a bit worried when I didn't see any of the characters transform during battle even when they were getting pounded, but I just figured the producers did not want to give it all away.
Summary: While budokai 3 was making dbz fans hyped about tenkaici its not as good. The battles are simple and all you have to do is power up, blast repeat, and you won. The cut scenes are horrible.There is too many characters not worth using. Bad camera angles and the same strategy to win. It does have its good points like some fun battles and cool super- finishing moves. And its fun to complete z battle gate but once its done there is little point in playing.
Summary: The tenkaichi title, a continuation from DBZ:Budokai 3, is definitely not an improvement. The only plus of the game is they transferred it into a 3-d landscape, and got rid of the lame capsule feature to some extent. However, the 3-d environments are small, and frustrating to navigate due to poor play control. The graphics is ok for the most part, but the superattacks are totally lame looking and sound pathetic.
Summary: I have been a budokai fan since the first one was released. Many skoofed me for my fandom, its lame they would say or your momma. I have to say after I bought tenkaichi i am starting to agree. The control takes getting used to and the half the fights are dang near impossible. Trying to survive monkey vegeta is an exersize in frustration. My biggest complaint is NO TRANSFORMATIONS. the different forms are different playable characters.
Summary: Ok, so this is the latest budokai game for the ps2 and boasts a whopping 50 Characters, Although half of these characters you probably will never use i mean who wants to play as Hercule or Choutzu when there are SSJ4 Goku & Vegeta? But anyway the game has been developed by a different company named Spike while Budokai 1-3 were made by Dimps Spike seem to have decided to start from scratch.