Summary: It's an okay, run-of-the-mill DBZ game. You fight and kick people's tail; that about sums up every DBZ game up. One thing I wasn't fond of was that fact that the story mode follows the movies, which I never watched because I'm just not a big fan of DBZ movies (I'm just a show fan). Still, it's a good game for the PSP with excellent graphics and pretty good sound effects.
Summary: I am a dragon ball z fan, and I like the Budokai games more then the other games because its game play is like tekken. It's really like your buying budokai 3 on the ps3 with a few new people to play around with. If you love dbz like I do, just get shin budokai: another road. Its the same just different story line and I think it may have a few more characters.
Summary: If you like DBZ, you will like Shin Budokai since it models the fighting of the tv series very well. Don't expect a deep story, it's just like the tv series. You walk the road and beat up whoever you meet.
Summary: this game has the same engine as budokai 3 for ps2 and that was my favorite dbz game the only thing i didnt like is that you cant just transform whenever you want you have to pick the transformed version of the character
Summary: HE REALLY LIKE THE FIGTHERS AND THE IMAGES THEY REALLY LOOK REAL , I BOUGHT FOR MY KID HE IS 11 YEARS AND HES HAPPY WITH THE GAME, THE ONLY PROBLEM WITH THE GAME IT IS TOO SHORT AND HE END THE GAME PRETTY SOON
Summary: If you have played a Dragonball Z Budokai game before, then you know what to expect- it's very similiar to the ones on PS2. Like all DBZ games, there is no tutorial mode, so get ready for a few frustrating battles with the computer trying to figure out combos and such. Unfortunately, playing for a while can induce some serious hand cramps, because of the size and layout of the PSP. On a positive note, it's very fast paced, and the graphics are gorgeous.