Reviews and Problems with Dragon Ball: Raging Blast
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Okay, but has extreme negatives
SadisticDude , GameStop
5 March 2014
Summary: I first thought this game would be really good. Not exactly what I thought. It is true that the story mode is long and fun to play, but it does not cover the lacking gameplay that it has. The character models are the best in any dbz game though. The character roster is nothing compared to BT3, Super battle trial is boring. Honestly, I just played it for the achievements. Team Battle in super battle trial is a rip off of MIssion 100 from BT3.
Summary: I was impressed with the concept of the game to a point. I actually bought the game to see what Broly and Vegeta would be like at SSJ3. However, the overall play of the game I have yet to truly discover because I am still doing the training stages. One thing I have discovered really quickly was that I cannot read the font used because it is so kriffing TINY! I have to be six inches away from my screen to read what is being posted on the screen which is REALLY annoying!
Summary: I run a DBZ News Channel on YouTube and for the last 5 months I've been mostly reporting and anticipating what I thought would be the best game ever. I was VERY disappointed in this game. Now I played the Wii version of Budokai Tenkaichi 3, and after playing this. Wow. I'm disappointed. PROS: - The graphics are great.
Summary: Well a little story for me is i am a huge dbz fan. I have all the collection box sets of the series and have pretty much purchased and played all versions of dragon ball z games including the unreleased japanese snes games. I was coming into this game with amazing hopes and a huge let down from DBZ Burst Limit. Was looking forward to the open maps and the return of tenkaichi gameplay.
Summary: I played this game's demo a bit, and the main game, hoping it would draw me in more, but it never did. Yes, it was more fun then the previous game (Beacuse this was the sequel to the old Sparkling! games.) but it's less fun then the other games in the franchise. The camera seems more prone to frustration, the new controls are poorly explained and using the right bumper for special attacks seems out of the way.
Summary: I grew up playing Budokai on PS2 and I purchased every game up until Tenkaichi 3. Since then I went off DBZ games simply because they are all pretty samey. But as I started watching the anime again I decided to upgrade and get a DBZ game on a next gen console. I debated over RB2 and Ultimate Tenkaichi. From what I had read Tenkaichi's fighting style was pretty weak so I decided to for RB2 and the promise that skill was a key aspect.
Summary: I have only ever played Budokai 2 before which was in 2D so this was a vast improvement, would have liked a proper story mode but the fighting system is enjoyable if not a little complex at times.
Summary: I still enjoy playing this game, despite it's lack of variety. Instead of including as many pointless characters as possible (such as the endless versions of Gohan), the developers should have focused on making "Galaxy Mode" a little more plot oriented and included cutscenes, not just the same dialogue between various matched opponents. For instance, if Tien fights Cell 2, Tien says "Sorry Chaozu, I might die here" and Cell says "You are nothing to me Tien".
Summary: Did they wanted to turn Dragon Ball Raging blast 2 into some kind of a street fighter game?! The graphics make the characters look like wax figures but the effects on the beams were simply awsome! There are no cutscenes, no story mode, horrible voice acting and the player isn't able to feel the pain of his opponent! The combat system is changed and i can tell this follow up thing is superb. They didn't add DB and DBGT characters but only some from the movies.