Summary: For a Kinect game this is easily one of the most active games I have played granted I have only probably played about 10 different ones. That being said you really don't have down time once you have committed to a fight, whether you're on the offensive or defensive you got to be moving. Man I felt really out of shape after playing this I could only play a few matches before stopping. I really love this game definitely my favorite Kinect game.
Summary: Its an interesting game....kids would love it. The kinect doesnt catch your movements completely though. Also the game looks too easy, always giving you an upper hand. But if you are a DBZ fan.....try it !!
Summary: Wasn't sure what to expect.....especially when coming to a Kinect game. Usually it's hit or miss. While not the best DBZ game ever.....it does give you a sense you're fighting them.....from all the flurries of kicks to making the motions for the special moves. The Kinect doesn't register all the moves 100% of the time....maybe about 80-90 but still accurate for the most part...think charging takes the most getting used to. It does give you a great workout!
Summary: Where to start, 1. Very frustrating, the Xbox Kinect has a long way to go in the perceivable future, let just hope that Microsoft has Improved it with the Xbox One version. 2. Not much creativity, It's basically Dragon Ball Z Ultimate Tenkaichi with the controls dubbed for the Kinect, and got rid of the custom character maker. 3.
Summary: At first I thought, after reading a lot of gaming site reviews and Metacritic that this game would be as bad as they said, but I risked buying it, and I was very surprised when I found this game isn't nearly as bad as they wanted to make it look like, I think the "professional reviewers" never watched Dragon Ball Z or never were fans, because to make this game work, you must move like in the anime, it has some problems, yes, sometimes the Kinect sensor doesn't register...