Yes, the controls are difficult to learn at first, but hey we are all new to this Wii craze. Once you got it down the game it's a blast. Yes 120 characters and all the super moves. This has to be one of the best games that has come out for the Wii. Story mode is pretty informative on how the dragonball saga comes together and how all the characters interact and there are cut scenes and the begin and end of every battle. This is a must have for any dragon ball fan out there.
The game itself is great, for the Ps2... Nintendo Wii has failed to reach its almighty greatness for its new control for this game because it takes a few days, yes a few days, just to learn the controls, unless you're a fast learner. I played the game for two days and find myself giving up on trying to learn the controls and always making repetitive visits to "Ultimate Training", where they teach you how to play the game, which was not good enough for me. The game is great, nice graphics, voice overs are ok, if you're a fan the story is great if not still great nonetheless. I suggest this game to be played on the Ps2 to receive the best enjoyment of this game because its hard to enjoy it on the Wii when your arms are tired and your brain is frustrated from the continuing attempts to learn the moves but then again that's in my opinion. If you like challenges and moving ur arms don't bother you, I would recommend this game for you, other than that don't bother you'll be upset you rented it for the Wii and now wait in line for the Ps2 version of the game, like I am now -.-..
This is my howl for this game. Thank you for reading and enjoy your day of gaming and fun with friends and family.
I played this game for about 10 minutes with the Wiimote and it was awful. Once I plugged in the gamecube controller it played a lot better. I am sorely disappointed that this game was ported to the Wii so carelessly, not worth owning on the Wii in my opinion. If you have another system get it over there.