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Submitted by Relientk77 830d ago | review

Dragon Ball Z for Kinect review | GamesRadar

GamesRadar - For followers of the Dragon Ball Z franchise, there could be no greater fan service than the ability to physically reenact the dire, potentially world-destroying battles the series is famous (some would say infamous) for. Dragon Ball Z for Kinect approximates the sort of schoolyard make-believe one might have seen among the '90s-era, Cartoon Network set who are now grown up and, presumably, the ideal audience for this title--insofar as it's an over-exuberant, exhausting experience with not much in the way of staying power. (Dragon Ball Z: For Kinect, Xbox 360) 2/5

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