Reviews and Problems with Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi
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Great game! takes me down memory lane
19 March 2014
Summary: Great game, however not too enjoyable with Wii nunchuk and remote control. I recommend the classic Wii remote. Provides the best ergonomic feel and even takes you down memory lane. All else considered, it's a challenging but yet fulling game, which makes it very enjoyable.
Summary: i think the graphics are awsome but,the controls should be easier.the difficulties are a little out of wack for the first level, i mean seriosly frieza is fighting like she was in his 3rd transformation,i coundn't even touch him.the 3D movement is cool but how you can rise your ki is confusing.
Summary: My son is sooooo in love with this game. He loves the large amount of characters there are to choose from and the easy to access screen that shows the charaters special move. Judging by the amount of time he tries to spend playing this game, I would say it is a definite thumbs up!
Summary: I'm not a big fan of fighting games: where two characters fight against each other until one of their life line's is depleted. But throw in the fact it's a Dragonball Z fighting game, and suddenly, fighting is fun.
Summary: OK lets get starterd. DBZ Budokai Tenkaichi is one of the best DBZ/PS2 games out their so far. IT is the first real 3D DBZ game for the PS2, a good one Sagas dosen't count 'cause it kinda sucks.
Summary: This game is really fun to play espcially if you are a DBZ fan. It will take you a while to beat everything on it, plus you get to do alot of other cool stuff in the game. The controls took about a day or two to get use too, but after you learn how to do it via training mode nothing can should stop...