Submitted by Lavalamp 1089d ago | review

Dragon Ball Z for Kinect Review | GameTrailers

GameTrailers: "Dragon Ball Z for Kinect is non-stop fighting across its story and score attack modes, both of which lack multiplayer support. The battles are often tiresome, not only because of the activity level associated with the controls, but because fights tend to drag on with rock-paper-scissors type counter attacks, blocks, and deflections. While you can unlock over 50 characters, all of the fighters control the same, and the first-person perspective means you can't even see them in action. Considering the lack of new content and spotty controls, Dragon Ball Z for Kinect ultimately puts the 'sigh' in Super Saiyan." (Dragon Ball Z: For Kinect, Xbox 360) 4.7/10

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-MD-  +   1090d ago
4.7? Why not 4.6 or 4.8?

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