Reviews and Problems with Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi
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More annoying than fun most of the time
Soldier First Class Steven, Amazon
25 April 2013
Summary: 90% of the time all the enemy does is just stand in one spot and launch energy blasts at you making it almost impossible to do anything(and that on every mode and every fight. Objectives for winning can be really frustrating when you have to survive for 60 seconds against an enemy who can kill you with one hit. But it can be a decent game to play at times depending on mode. I suggest getting Budokai Tenkaichi 2 it may cost a bit more but its worth it big time.
Summary: maybe thats the point in dragon ball z but theres much more to the show then just fighting i have dbz bt 1 and 2 but i dont like games where all you do is fight i got bt thinking it was an open world game of dragon ball z i have had one before and loved it sadly it was a rental the game in witch you can walk around and stuff (open world) is dragon ball z sagas Dragonball Z Sagas , although i don't personally like this game its not bad some other people might think a game...
Summary: Ok everything about this game is good except the camera angles during battle. I liked it when you could actually see both you and your oponnents on the same screen,and it's even worse in split screen! Especially when your winning and your oponnent goes into hiding!! Overall this game has alot of characters, great moves but horrible camera angles.
Summary: It's a fun game, no doubt about it. You get to play with most of the dbz characters with most of their cool abilities. You can use the wiimote and the nunchuck while playing and using your combos. All in all a fun game, especially if you're a dbz fan. I like the dueling more than the campaign, which isn't that great.
Summary: Tenkaichi took an inovative aproach to the Dragonball z franchise. The third person over the shoulder perspective pissed off many loyal fans to the series, but they don't see what Spike is trying to do. They are trying to break away from the arcade style fighting so common in games and are trying to capture the lightning speed and unique fighting of the series. The game does have its flaws however.
Summary: I was looking forward to this game. From the advancements in the Budokai series, my expectations kept building and building, and perhaps that's part of the reason why this installment just didn't provide the punch I was looking for. Budokai 3 was a successful improvement upon the previous two games, but I think Tenkaichi actually backtracks a bit in overall enjoyment. First off, there's an extensive list of characters, yet it still isn't complete.
Summary: Pros: It's Dragonball Z, has all the favorite characters, and worlds. Cons: Bad camara angles, controls are bad and dont always respond, fighting style is different from the last games. Overall the game is OK but Amazon streaches the truth by saying that you can custom create characters but you can only customize the pre-built characters. On the box it says 57 characters but Amazon says over 60.