Reviews and Problems with Dragon Ball Z: Tenkaichi Tag Team
Showing 1-10 of 56
A Worthy Addition To The Tenkaichi Series
Erokengo "Chris deMonch", Amazon
23 June 2014
Summary: To be honest I wasn't really sure what I was expecting when I picked this game up. I'm a giant fan of the Tenkaichi/Sparking style games and was looking for something I could play on the go. I was pleasantly surprised by this game, as it really seemed like a little version of Tenkaichi 3. It lacks the giant characters, but enables ye to fight up to 2 on 2 matches which are more fun than they would initially seem.
Summary: He's been wanting this game for a while now. I finally decided to snatch it when I saw the quantity keeps decreasing. I'd be heartbroken if stocks diminished and couldn't get anywhere else. He's a Dragonball fanatic and he really likes it.
Summary: Overall it is a good game to play and keep but it didn't meet all my expectation (e.g. many of my favorite characters from DBZ Tenkaichi 3 for the ps2 are missing from this game, etc.) and gameplay is fun though can be addicting at times.
Summary: not just like any other dragon ball games, punch, kick, blast, block, throw, flashing images..etc... this time, it comes with new system and fighting tag team style which you've never seen before.. I wouldn't buy it because of it's just dragon ball game.. it's special one.. I love it.. Thanks to PA again..
Summary: imagine budokai 3, tenkaichi style (3rd person view and layout) with 2 vs 2 aspect. they will never release a 100% new dbz game. its always a throw up of what theyve done with 20% changed and a title shift.