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Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World

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Overall 3
3.2

Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World

The Gamers Temple
3 July 2009
  • Excerpt: Remember a few months ago when Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit came out? If not, you probably aren't alone; the game just didn't turn out to be very good. Or particularly memorable The drama piece system unnecessarily broke into the game's bread and butter – the fighting – and the combat simply wasn't interesting enough to keep most gamer's attention in check.
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Overall 4
4.0

PS2 Review - 'Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World'

WorthPlaying
23 February 2009
  • Summary: Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World combines all the best elements of previous DBZ: Budokai games, whilst also boasting new features such as Dragon Missions, new battle types and drama scenes for fans to delve deeper than ever before into the Dragon Ball Z universe.
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Overall 4
4.1
Gameplay 4
3.9
Graphics 5
5.3
Sound 5
4.7
Control 4
4.2
Addiction 4
3.6

Expert Review

PSX Extreme
29 January 2009
  • Excerpt: The Dragon Ball Z phenomenon has proven its staying power over the last few years, as the fans continue to watch the shows, buy the merchandise, and play the video games. It has gotten so huge, in fact, that a non-animated feature film adaptation will hit theaters in the spring, and although we’re not holding out much hope for it, we still think Namco Bandai is fully capable of churning out top-notch DBZ fighting games.
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Overall 3
3.0

Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World

GamesRadar
24 November 2008
  • Pros: 40 characters, a zillion transformations, Character customization with capsules, Nice new music
  • Cons: Ho-hum fighting system, Useless story mode, No 4p, no online, no inspiration anywhere
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Overall 4
4.0

Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World

GamePro.com
4 November 2008
  • Excerpt: As the last DBZ game in the PS2's library, Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World is both a mediocre effort and an overall disappointment from Atari and Dimps. Even fans of the series will be hard pressed to favorably compare DBZ: IW against the rest of the Budokai series, mainly due to a modestly tweaked fighting system, a frustrating new mission mode, and tons of missed potential. If you've played a Budokai game before, feel free to skip this last entry.
  • Pros: Huge character roster, customizable skills, long story mode and dual-language voice tracks
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Overall 4
4.0

Dragon Ball Z : Infinite World

gamekyo.com
28 June 2009
Overall 4
4.0

Dragon Ball Z : Infinite World

gamekyo.com
28 June 2009
Overall 4
4.0

Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World

PS3Hype
1 January 2009
  • Summary: Is Infinite World dan een gemiste kans? Nee. Het is gewoon te veel. Het is het zoeken naar een manier om nog even snel, goedkoop en makkelijk te cashen. Copy, paste and downgrade. De moves zijn nagenoeg allemaal hetzelfde, de game ziet er exact hetzelfde uit (wat overigens prima is) en als rotte kers op de zandtaart krijg je als gamer minigames voor je kiezen waar je haren van uitvallen.
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Overall 3
3.0

Dragon Ball Z : Infinite World

Tom's Games
9 December 2008
  • Conclusion: En définitive, l'illustration over cheap ornant sa jaquette nous renseigne assez bien sur la qualité de cet Infinite World . Paresseux, voire limite rétrograde, le titre de Dimps ne présente pratiquement aucun intérêt malgré son système de combat efficace en versus. Pour quarante euros, autant se procurer Budokai 3 et Tenkaichi 3 d'occasion plutôt que d'engraisser encore un peu plus Namco Bandai, Atari, Dimps, Toei et ce bon vieux Toriyama qui n'en a de toute façon plus...
  • Pros: Des combats dynamiques
  • Cons: Un retour en arrière, Aucune nouveauté, mais vraiment aucune, Réalisation dépassée, Mode > inintéressant, 40 euros, l'arnaque
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