Summary: The sad truth is that this game had it all, but threw it all out the window with the repetitive rock, paper, scizors fighting style. The cinematics, dialogue(although lacking mouth movrment) and story is probably the best ever seen in a DBZ game.
Summary: I was extremely disappointed in this game. Besides the stunning visuals, the actual game play lacked in variety. Every character pretty much fights the exact same, minus the moves that are theirs. I guess I was hoping for more of a Budokai 3 style of fighting.
Summary: I have bought almost every DBZ fighting game that has come out so far with the exception of a few. I was very excited for this game because they were bringing new elements into it such as character creation.
This should have been called Raging Blast 3, not Tenkaichi
Shane Enochs, Amazon
7 December 2011
Summary: I was INCREDIBLY disappointed in this game. The gameplay isn't even close to what Tenkaichi was. I understand some things had to be changed since it was moved forward through time, but they didn't keep anything at all (besides the loading screens). It is totally different.
Summary: I played a few dragon ball games in the past but this one has to be the worst of the worst. The fighting style of the game really lacks the overall feel of playing the game as one of the characters. Mainly all your doing is a strong punch or a punch to break a block on your enemy.
Summary: I was expecting more of a traditional type of dragon ball Z game, but oh, was I in for a big surprise. The graphics and visuals are spectacular for a dbz game, but where it dies off is when you are in combat.
Summary: The main issue is that during the course of the game nothing is lip synced even in Japanese. The music is repetitive and boring. While I relish the challenge of unlocking my favorite characters the overall effect is mind numbing and boring. I honest felt I could enjoy a Dynasty Warriors game more.