Reviews and Problems with Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi
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Its worth a play
Sebastian Zdarowski, Amazon
22 April 2014
Summary: I love dragon ball Z, I have ever since I was a kid. This game follows the Anime pretty closely so you will get a full DBZ experience. Unfortunately the game play is very repetitive, it feels like you are doing the same fight over and over again. For the HARD core fan I reccomend this as a buy, but if your looking for some deeper game play I suggest moving on or renting this game.
Worth adding to your collection, but not worth the dedication
29 May 2013
Summary: almost all dbz games are the same in one way or another. where as raging blast takes skill, this requires chance. you can be an awesome gamer, but if you dont win a clash (occurs after any combo) then the fight can quickly turn to their favor. story mode is pretty simple, hero mode is the best part of this game considering its backwards game mechanics. if you own budokai 3, or tenkaichi 3, or raging blast 2, then you DONT NEED this game.
Summary: If you're looking for a legitimate fighting game, look elsewhere, this is more of a quick time event/ cinematic experience telling the story arc of Dragon Ball Z's main story arcs and the movies.
A honest, long review about everything you need to know about this game
Leo Stark, Amazon
29 July 2012
Summary: Alright. I have borrowed this from a friend, and while we were at my house, the main word I used to describe the game was "ass" (while he laughed.) that isn't a very good start, I understand, but keep reading, as I found it to get a little better. The game has a story and a hero mode, which I will be talking about. They are the 2 main parts of this game that need to be discussed.
Addition to DBZ collection, will never beat PS2 Budokai Tenkaichi games!
8 July 2012
Summary: I change my mind, before I gave this game a 4.5 but not it's worthy of a 2.5! Definitely does not deserve a 1 like whomever posted earlier but definitely does not deserve a 5. Too much was cut out and replaced with cinematic, is that what video games are moving towards?! I am a true fan of DBZ and was disappointed. How are characters who played a major roll in the anime series get cut out???
Could be better. [DragonBall Z Ultimate Tenkaichi]
1 July 2012
Summary: Has to be the most complete DBZ game made thus far. I just wish you could create more characters. Good graphics...although, flying is limited. You only can fly to fight destinations and not "free-fly". OKay for the DBZ fan.
Summary: There is not a whole lot i can add to the reviews here. However as a long time fan of the series I am embarrassed to see the direction Bandai took with this franchise. I've never been so glad to rent a game in my life. The game is really more like an Interactive Anime rather than a game. Half the evil charicters are missing and every fighter is a clone save for their super moves.
Summary: This game opens up with great visuals and the original opening music from Dragon Ball Z. Then it goes downhill. The game play is a big change from the Tenkaichi series from the Ps2 days which I was expecting seeing as how the decided to give them the same name. I would have been fine with basically a raging blast 3 kind of thing. In fact I would have prefered had it been that. In this game they made it so that you aren't as directly controlling the game.