Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit
Good GamePlay but AWFULLY(Horribly)Short Story
I got this for christmas at first it was cool but when i beat it i found out it didn't have the buu saga i also knew before i beat it i had a book of cheat codes and it had no one from the buu saga so it was fine but i wouldn't recommend it to big fans of dragonball z if your friend is a fan and you never seen the show or seires then buy it
This is a good Dragon Ball Z game. I love playing this game all the time. It has all my favorite charters from the anime. Its too bad not many people play this game online.
Best Dragon Ball Z Game To Date.
Let's see what can I say? DBZ: Burst Limit is a very fun game. The graphics are really cool and all. The sounds are amazing. The story though has a little missing points here and there,but if your a true Dragon Ball fan you won't care as much. Another thing with it, is that the voices don't match up to the characters animations like in Budokai. Aside from that you can just change the Audio to Japanese. This is a very great game in my opinion. It's totally worth your time and money. I don't really buy Dragon Ball Z games due to the fact that there all the same and there's like billions now, but I tell you buy this game. You won't regret, the controls take a while to get use to and the combos will too. Once you get the hang of it, man...You'll be kicking your friends butt with them. Now there isn't that many characters and it only ends at the Cell Saga. I just recently heard that there's a Burst Limit 2 coming out, but don't let that stop you from buying the first Burst Limit. This video game is well worth your money. I give it a 10/10.
Looks awesome! But...
Dragonball Z Burst Limit looks incredible and I'll probably get it, but it only goes to the Cell Saga. That's about a 6th of the story, even less if Dragonball is not included. I downloaded the demo for XBOX 360 and it lokks cool. The style is more like the Budokai series (with a few control twists) than the newer Tenkaichi series. Whether that's good or not depends on the player's opinion. Another good thing about this game is that the cutscenes are actually interesting and blend into the game. When I say the cutscenes "blend in," I mean the cutscenes and the gameplay don't have any "gap" in beween, they flow together. Remember the awesome Budokai 1 cutscenes that had more action than talking? Well they're back in Burst Limit! There will probably be two other Burst Limits to finish the story, just like all of the other games. Why the developers can't extend the release date and actually finish the game is a mystery to me, unless they're just trying to get as much money as humanly possible.
Just What I Was Waiting For
This game was exactly what I was looking for in all the games all along. I was a huge DBZ fan when I was young, I haven't had a Playstation or Nintendo to play any of their games on, so it had been awhile. I seen the previews for this, and said " Why not give it a shot? " So I did and it didn't dissapoint. I have a great time playing it, the achievements aren't too easy, nor are they too hard. I already have 30/50 cause that's how much I play. If I'm 14 and don't usually give a crap about Dragon Ball Z, and I picked it up and loved it.... If you're a hardcore DBZ fan, then you'll worship it. So, I do recommend it. It is really great. Like other people have said and if you don't quite understand why, here's the mouth movement/ sound issue's source. The game was originally made in Japan, so it was dubbed into English. The mouth movement stayed the same though. It does have great graphics, I feel like I'm playing in the show. This is definately worth your money folks, get out there and buy it.
Atari's Last Dragonball Z Game
Dragonball Z Burst Limit for the Xbox 360 and PS3 rates a pretty decent game. The gameplay is combines the style of Budokai 3 and Tenkaichi game and fairly easy to do. The graphics are really good. The one problem that it didn't reach the standards of a great dragonball z game although the gamplay and graphics are good it lacks the focus of the characters of DBZ series. No characters from Dragonball, DBGT, and the later characters from Z like Videl, Pikkon, or any of the Buus. The game has less characters making this game limited to people who know very little about DBZ.
Taking a good thing and making it bad.
First, the disclaimer: I HAVE ONLY PLAYED THE XBOX LIVE DEMO. Based on that: The art design was great, it really reminded me of the show. The sound was good as well however the voiceovers left much to be desired. I have played previous games (Tenkaichi 3 and Budokai) and they were all excellent in art, level design, interactivity, and story. Now they took the ability to throw, kick, blast or fly your opponent to another part of the stage out of the game, which to me was the most fun. Gone are the days of blowing up a building, mountain or tree with your opponent inside. I HEARD it only goes to the Cell Saga, which would be a huge let down given the number of characters in previous games. The combos and their respective visuals are watered down and bland - if you manage to do anthing that looks cool to begin with. Now there's a "savior system", so to speak, if you're getting beat a character will come in and save you or vice versa. Bring back the world destroying super combos and let me fight with ALL OF THE CHARACTERS!!!
A solid fighting game
What to say about this game... Well for starters I'll state that this review is coming from someone who as literally watched every episode of Dragonball, Dragonball Z and Dragonball GT. Also I have played tons of fighting games, Soul Calibur, Mortal Kombat, Tekken and Super Smash Brothers. I'll start off by saying if you are a fan of fighting games or DBZ you will enjoy this game, if not I wouldn't really recommend it over other fighting games Including other DBZ fighting games. If you want a really good DBZ fighting game go with DBZ Budukai Tenkaichi 2 or 3. To start of the roster of this game is lacking, the roster in Tenkaichi dwarfs this game's. This game disappointed me because it leaves out so many key characters like Jeice Guldo and Burter of the Ginyu Squad. It has Captain Ginyu and Recoome, not the others though for whatever reason. Although the roster is comparatively small, it is an okay amount of fighters so it isn't all bad. The combo system is fair and the special moves are fair too, nothing great but nothing bad really. It has the standard moves like Kamehameha wave, Galick Gun, and Special Beam Cannon. I love shell-shaded graphics though I find that there is just something a bit off about this game's graphics, I don't know maybe it's just me. The difficulty is pretty standard, a bit easy on normal but challenging on harder difficulties. All in all it is a solid game, but I just can't recommend it over the other titles in the DBZ fighting game series.
its very nice mannnnn
i like the story mode one thing i dont like is the amount of caracters there is overall its gooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooood
I've watched the DBZ series ever since the first show came out many years ago when I was younger, I completed watching the series when the last dragonball gt episode was out, so I'm a big dbz fan. I own basically all the dragonball z games (budaki, techni, etc. I abandoned these games a long time ago when I got my 360) so I'm very comfortable for the gameplay here. First I would like to point out is the sound, it's like the best ever. You get to hear everything happening at once so vivdly so clearly, second, if you're a dbz fanatic like me, you'll be pleased on all the content that's in here, but it's basically all the dbz games combined in 1. This game is awesome. The only thing bad about it are the short cut scenes during fights, sometimes they're cool, most of the time they last 3 seconds and you wish you could skip them but you can't, sadly. This is probably the best fighting game out for 360 and ps3 now. Soul calibur 4 has some competition.