Conclusion: Dragon Ball Z: Sagas is another title to be added to the pile of promising franchises not living up to their potential. For the casual gamer looking for a decent action/fighter title, there are a slew of better possibilities. I hate to even recommend the game to fans, as the core gameplay elements are incredibly frustrating. The look of the show was captured perfectly, and it is more Dragon Ball Z goodness to be had, but really, is it worth having?
Summary: The first Dragonball game on Xbox isn't a bad game, but it is no where near a good game...unless you are a true Dragonball Z fan. If you're not, well then you are going to have alot to complain about in this weak representation of an action/adventure game. Dragonball Z: Sagas looks very promising but looks can be decieving, very decieving. The graphics match the anime perfectly easily making the game look so much better than it actually is.
Pros: Looks and feels exactly like the anime! DBZ fan's dream...almost.
Excerpt: Dragonball Z: Sagas is out now for the big three consoles, and, well, it's another Dragonball game. Unfortunately, we've seen power levels much higher than this in the past, and, well, Blaine will break the news to you as gently as possible in his review.
Pros: ups: Destroyable environments
Cons: downs: Camera perspective, inadequate flight abilities, poor graphics