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Dragon Ball Z Budokai HD Collection Review - Gametactics.com

Dragon Ball Z is one of if not the most loved anime series to ever air in the United States so it should be no secret that Bandai would be on board to create a fighting game based on the hit series, enter the Dragon Ball Z Budokai series the first major console release of a Dragon Ball Z game outside of Japan. When these games came out on the Playstation 2, Dragon Ball fans and anime fans in general rejoiced to finally be able to play as their favorite characters and launch giant shiny blasts at each other. Fast forward several years and Namco decides to bring the popular Budokai series up to High Definition standards so they release Dragon Ball Z Budokai HD collection, but has the game held up over time or is it a relic of a bygone era? Find out when Michael Thompson reviews Dragon Ball Z Budokai HD Collection for Gametactics.com. (Dragon Ball Z Budokai HD Collection, Xbox 360) 7/10

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