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DBZ tenchaichi tag team

posted by yowasupman (AURORA, CO) Nov 12, 2010

Member since Nov 2010

1 out of 21 gamers (5%) found this review helpful


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Above Average

i'm ready for my next game.

posted by superflykid89 (INDIANAPOLIS, IN) Oct 24, 2012

Member since Aug 2012

send my next game i'm done with this game it a awesome game it fun i didn't beat because it hard but t a good game buy.

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DBZ: Tenkaichi Tag Team

posted by Gungnir (HENDERSON, NV) Jan 9, 2011

Member since Jan 2011

8 out of 11 gamers (73%) found this review helpful

Being a DBZ fan, since the first episode of the anime I have loved the games through thick and thin. Tag Team actually seems to be a high point in the DBZ video game franchise.
Starting from the beginning of the story mode in Tag Team to the very end, you are these chibi DBZ characters flying across the laid down map, entering battles where you are throwing fists and energy waves at anyone(or thing) that dares threaten your beloved planet. What long time DBZ fans will love most of all is how well they have kept to the original storyline whether it be reading the text scrolling across the screen or listening to the voices while in mid-high speed flying action. Some times the story will jump ahead for a bit, but then you may go back a chapter or so to play a portion of the game that may or may not be significant to the stories plot. Your time, your choice. As in past DBZ titles Tag Team uses actual audio cuts from the anime from time to time to stay true to the epic tale that is Dragonball Z.
The fighting in this particular game is quite fun, and easy to play with one button on the psp doing a certain action, and another doing different. For example: Box = punches Triangle = Ki Blast. Simple, right ? There are "combos" that you can also combine with Box and Triangle, but i find these to just stop me in my tracks for a brief moment in the middle of a fight with cell, enraged with anger in furosity !! ahem.. anyway, timing seems like a lot to do with the dodging process in this particular DBZ title as oppose to others on core consoles, except still possible. After taking a good heap of a beating, usually you or your opponent will revive with a sensu bean, revenge, etc. and you start your fight again.
The customization in this game is short of lacking although you can learn new "combos" and such from rewards but doesnt live up too much. Great selection and variety of all seasons of DBZ characters with mypersonal favorite being the fusions. Overall8/10

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