Excerpt: And things seemed to be going so well for Goku. Last year's Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 3 for the PlayStation 2 seemed like it could be the herald of a new era for games bearing the Dragon Ball Z license. No longer would the license carry the weight for shoddy gameplay and slapdash presentation! In fact, the games would be good enough that you wouldn't even have to like Dragon Ball Z to enjoy the games.
Cons: Gameplay is simple, repetitive, and thoroughly unengaging, Tells the same DBZ story, one more time, Can be finished in just a few hours, Graphically unimpressive, Complete dearth of enthusiasm in the execution
Excerpt: Each of the game's 20 different levels puts players in control of one of the 10 different Z warriors. Initially, you'll start out playing as Goku from the beginning of the Saiyan saga. As you play through subsequent levels, however, you'll get the chance to control characters such as Gohan, Vegeta, Trunks, Brolly, and so on.