Reviews and Problems with Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi
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Too many good reviews on a not so good game..
OhiTzGrim , GameStop
8 March 2014
Summary: Dragon Ball Z Ultimate Tenkaichi looks great, sounds good but plays terrible. The Character roster is decent not the biggest but definitely plenty of characters to fight with. The story mode is pretty average, covers everything from Dragon Ball Z more or less and has pretty cool cut scenes. What isn't cool is that the whole concept of the game is cut scenes. You literally enter a combo with a few buttons and its followed by a cut scene.
Summary: this game isn't good. the story mode is long but the gameplay is horrible. DBZ games and pure luck don't fit. This ruins the xbox live experience for me. The Hero mode is OK but nothing to be excited about. I still hate the KAI dub, but I'm starting to get used to it. The bgm is good. I would not recommend this game, maybe just rent it out.
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.
Most expensive game of rock, paper, scissors ever.
camsupport21 , GameStop
16 August 2012
Summary: The majority of the game is based on chance. You make a move, your opponent has "X" percent chance of blocking it by pressing a certain button. There is some, albeit very small, skill involved. If you're into mindlessly pressing buttons and hoping for the best then this game would be great for you. This game is a very far cry from the Tenkaichi series and I was really disappointed with it. Maybe better luck next time?
Summary: this game is probably one of the best in the series, if by best you're looking for constant button mashing and repetitive gameplay. the graphics are awesome but after about 5 days, you've already completed the most the game has to offer
Summary: the gameplay is just like the ultimate guessing game you prees Y or X, X is alot of tiny smacks, and Y are big strikes, if attacker pushs the X button and the defender pushs the X button then the defender moves out of the way and hits the attacker but if the defender pushs the Y button then the attacker gets to do a combo, overall the game lacks fun and i only think you shoud get it if love dragon ball z and would firgive it for this sin.
Summary: Alright, first of all I would like to say don't buy this as your first Dragonball Z game, it is not as good as the others like Raging Blast 2 (my personal favorite). The problem with this game is that the fighting in this game is EXTREMELY limiting. The melee range hardly allows you to go anywhere at all and pretty much every character is the same they just look different.
Summary: can we please get a dragon ball z game that's a bit more grown, like the Japanese intended! And i think its high time that either the graphics get better along with the gameplay or another company takes over the making of these games. I would prefer them to make DBZ an RPG like Skyrim! i want to be able to fight as i go and level up. I'm so sick of going to an area, fighting, leaving , going to an area fighting, leaving and so and so forth.
Summary: I'm a huge dragon ballz fan, I thought this game will be awesome but it's not the story was waaaay off, they skipped so many fights and the gameplay was very dumb. Since when does a dragon ball z game turn into a game of chance? You have guess the correct buttons to do moves SO STUPID!!!!! Bandai/namco are not good at making games like this! You should have let Atari make this game it would have been the best DBZ game ever!