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GF Rating
6.8

3761 ratings

Critic & User Reviews

GF Rating
1

Horrible

wow

posted by madaki (LIBERTY LAKE, WA) Dec 28, 2011

Member since Jul 2011

The first thing that comes to mind when I play this is equivalent to what comes out of me after a Mexican buffet. Although I think that was to nice to say for this game....this game sucked the fighting was press x 5 times and then a mini game against the opponent....cut scenes every 30 seconds from battle, way to easy to beat....seriously this game sucked.

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GF Rating
1

Horrible

WOW

posted by ANONYMUS (BEAVERTON, OR) Dec 28, 2011

Member since Dec 2011

this game is garbage. more loading then playing and the story mode is filled with mini-games that are horrid.

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GF Rating
2

Really Bad

...and here's another one..

posted by JBooken13 (SAN ANTONIO, FL) Dec 22, 2011

Member since Dec 2011

This is my first review I have ever written about a game but I just had to give my thoughts on this one. Like some of us true fans we grew up playing the original DBZ games like Ultimate Battle 22, Final Bout like the Japanese one and the spring, etc. and those were a great beginning to the fighting series but in my opinion, ever since this whole "3D" experience of DBZ fighting, they just cannot seem to grasp what we truly want. I Jumped right into the story because I figured this was just like all the other Tenkaichi's but I was proven wrong.. I was so lost with this whole only pressing X to do moves, a spirit bar, and having to be in a blast range and a melee range?? What the freak is this?? In the show you could blast right in their faces. Between the lame guitar music, the awkward wait while you're doing a signature move, the OBVIOUS tutorials, 2 button to attack, DBZ Sagas is looking wayyy better than the "Ultimate Tenkaichi". One piece of potential I see in this game is if they can combine the 3D and 2D style of fighting into one game. Other than that. c'mon guys its been how man years since we've seen a decent DBZ game?? The first Budokai had the best story since they actually acted it out, Budokai 3 was the best game period, and Tenkaichi 2 was the best 3D experience especially for Wii. They give and take characters only to add more the next game so we can keep buying but as you see we rent them not buy anymore because they aren't worth the $60+. As fans waiting for years.. we deserve the "Ultimate DBZ GAME" and nothing less... Thank you.

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