Reviews and Problems with Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi
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Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi
19 December 2011
Summary: Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi is an incredible looking game that is marred by one of the worst fighting engines I've ever seen. If you're a fan of lengthy (and unskippable) conversations, fights that go nowhere and button mashing, then this is the game for you.
Summary: A fans dream? I can’t be sure, but there are certainly a lot of characters and stories shoehorned on to the " Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi’s " disk. Bar a few issues with walls of text relaying story I get the feeling the game does exactly what it wants to do, but that that doesn’t necessarily...
Excerpt: The latest EXTREME FIGHTER has arrived on the XBox 360 with Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi which is an over the top fighter based on this popular cartoon universe. Like the previous instalments, this current Dragon Ball Z game allows players to engage with characters such as Goku as they perform...
Excerpt: I really liked last year’s DBZ game, Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit 2. It felt like the franchise had finally achieved some serious attention with a game that was both deep and fun.
This year, we …
Conclusion: Well repetitive and certainly simple, it is hard to deny the fun Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi provides in terms of multiplayer. Especially to fans of the series, having some friends over who all know the classic lines from the series allows for forgiveness in terms of the problems the game...
Summary: "Dragon Ball Z für Kinect" hat leider keine gute Basis. Schnelle Kämpfe, wie sie nun mal bei "Dragon Ball Z" üblich sind, können über Kinect nicht umgesetzt werden. Zwar ist es ein tolles Gefühl, ein Kamehameha abzufeuern, aber davon alleine kann das Spiel nicht leben.
Pros: Viele Moves, Exklusive Episode
Cons: Schwache Gegner, Schlechte Grafik, Unkorrekte Bewegungserkennung, Nur zwei Spiemodi